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Hilltop Hoods top of the Oz hip-hop pile

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With three consecutive Number 1 albums including the biggest-selling Australian hip-hop album of all time, a swag of ARIAs and countless other accolades, Hilltop Hoods have not only risen to the top of Australian hip-hop, but have cemented themselves a place at the very forefront of the Australian music industry.

Numerous sold-out national tours and standout festival appearances have seen Hilltop Hoods singled out as one of Australia’s most vibrant live acts by press, industry insiders and fans alike.

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