Since emerging from Adelaide in 2014, Tkay has gone on to be one of the most recognised names, faces and sounds in modern Australian hip hop. Her first releases instantly won her a record deal and a loyal following, and over that time she’s been on a total hot streak. She’s released massive singles like ‘M.O.B.’ (which went Gold in 2017) and ‘Simulation;’ dropped that critically acclaimed debut album TKAY; was nominated for an ARIA; and has pulled together a rolodex of collaborators that features some of the biggest names out there, including Run The Jewels’ Killer Mike and French producer extraordinaire Martin Solveig.
She’s also firmly established herself as one of the few Australian hip hop artists who can actually gain traction overseas, having been nominated for a BET Award, performing at Governor’s Ball in NYC, appearing on French TV, and been part of an international advertising campaign for Mumm Champagne alongside the world’s fastest man, Usain Bolt. In July 2018, Tkay released the first instalment of her EP ‘Last Year Was Weird.