To put it simply, Briggs has become the voice of a generation. As a powerhouse rapper, he has helped usher in a new wave of Australian hip hop that is both outspoken and brutally honest in its coverage of issues affecting Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people. His lyrical storytelling in songs like "Bad Apples" touch on his experiences of race, identity and privilege as a Yorta Yorta man, who grew up in the small town of Shepparton, Victoria.
But Briggs isn't just a singer — he's also found success as the founder of Bad Apples Music, a record label which has signed several First Nations hip hop artists. And if that's not impressive enough, Briggs has also appeared in TV series, like Black Comedy, Cleverman and The Weekly With Charlie Pickering and authored Our Home, Our Heartbeat — a celebration of Blak culture, which is adapted from his song, "The Children Came Back".
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