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Hailing from Perth, Australia comes beatmaker/producer/DJ extraordinaire Kid Tsunami. Kid Tsu recently dropped his album THE CHASE worldwide digitally and physically on Headbop Music, featuring the best MC’s (KRS One, Kool G Rap, Masta Ace among others) in the world. A Zulu Nation Member, he is aiming to bring true hip hop back and is dedicated to preserving the ideals of peace, unity, love and having fun; the real ideals behind the hip hop culture.

Kid Tsu is looking to positively influence young people through music and positive thinking, aiming to influence our next generation to make a positive change in the world, in whatever way they hope to. Kid Tsu likes to think he is continuing the path that legends such as Marley Marl, Pete Rock, DJ Premier and Large Professor have set before him.


Listen to what others are saying about Kid Tsunami!, (Nov 08, 2013)

 “Don’t sleep on this one – banger after banger. Listen to the snippets for proof.” 

Half Time

 “…this is just some good old fashioned boom-bap with no additives or preservatives….” 

Ambrosia For Heads (Jun 23, 2013)

 “… this album is NOT TO BE SLEPT ON…” 

DJC Jones, Intrigued Music (Jul 02, 2013)

 “The 90’s production sound of the boom bap beats are the hallmark of how music is created and Kid Tsunami stay within the roots.” 

HillyDilly, Hilly Dilly (Jun 23, 2013)

 “Making sure classic hip-hop never goes to the wayside is producers like Kid Tsunami who can channel the sounds of old and yet keep things new and refreshing.”  

Ben Funnell, Grindin (Aug 11, 2013)

 “This is just a dope Hip Hop album, one of the best I’ve heard so far in 2013.”  

Hip Hop Gods

 “Kid Tsunami, an incredible beatmaker from Perth, Australia”

Dart Adams, Hip Hop Wired (Jun 28, 2013)

“Hip-Hop producer Kid Tsunami hails from Perth, Australia but his MPC skills make him internationally known.” 

Nathan G. O'Brien, Scene Point Blank (Jul 07, 2013)

 “This is on some real-ass hip-hop right here!”

Groove On Fire (Jun 24, 2013)

 “The Chase is pure old-school hip-hop joy from start to finish. Kid Tsunami’s beats and production are soulful and tasteful, and are filled with loads of great breaks, samples and turntable antics.”

CJ, The Opinionated (Jul 10, 2013)

 “All the beats are dope, and it’s not really a matter of who comes weak or not. Everyone comes correct. It’s more about who’s your favorite MC. Everyone brought their A-game, and Kid Tsunami matches the quality rhymes with quality beats.”

This Is Book's Music (Jun 27, 2013)

 “The Chase captures not only a vibe, but a time in history, when going for the paper chase was something you did while making an emphasis to create good music.”

Mike, The Essence of Rap and Hip Hop (Jun 18, 2013)

 “I’m going to rate the album 4 / 5 because this shit is fire.”

Steve 'Flash' Juon, Rap Reviews (Jul 23, 2013)

 “I’m hard pressed to find anything bad to say about Kid Tsunami other than to take playful jabs at his nom de plume, so I’m gonna leave you with this: if you’re nostalgic for what my friend K-Murdock calls “progressive rap” I think Kid Tsu’s “The Chase” is what you’re looking for.”

Jake Paine, Hip Hop DX (Jul 10, 2013)

 “His first Stateside-distributed album The Chase serves as an H.G. Wells time-machine back to the days of Timberland boots, and not only yields an incredibly enjoyable listen, but perhaps serves as a reminder to some of these guests about the sound and style the fans are begging for.”


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