SWIDT


SWIDT seemed to burst onto the Aotearoa rap scene already fully formed as a unit, with Hawaiian shirts, endless in-jokes, punchline driven rhymes, and the sickest beats imaginable. They put a mixtape into the Top 20, then their debut album hit the Top Five.

But there was more to the story of their success. One of their producers, SmokeyGotBeatz, was already working with heavyweight acts in the US, and the group’s MCs, SPYCC and INF, had a depth to their rhymes which came from a decade of putting in work.

SWIDT - No More Parties In Stoneyhunga (2016)
SWIDT in 2016. From left to right: Jamal, INF, Smokey, Boomer, AZA, SPYCC.
SWIDT's INF performing outside the Onehunga Library.
Photo credit: Gareth Shute
SWIDT - Little Did She Know/Close One ft. CJ Fly (2017)
SWIDT's SPYCC performing outside the Onehunga Library.
Photo credit: Gareth Shute
Alfred and Church (2017)
SWIDT - BUNGA (2019)
SWIDT: Smokey, Jamal, Boomer, INF, SPYCC.
SWIDT poster, Sydney Australia.
SWIDT Aotearoa tour poster, from the summer of 2017-18.
SWIDT's Boomer performing outside the Onehunga Library.
Photo credit: Gareth Shute
SWIDT 'No Emotions In The Wild' live at RNZ (2018)
NZ Hip Hop Stand Up (RNZ) episode about SWIDT’s track ‘312’
SWIDT, 2016. From left to right: Boomer, SPYCC, AZA, Jamal, INF, Smokey.
SWIDT - CONQUER (2018)
SWIDT - 312 (2016)
SWIDT at Roundhead Studios, Auckland.
SWIDT - KELZ GARAGE (Live at Roundhead Studios) feat Lomez Brown, Sam V & Village 90 (2022)
Members:

Jamal Muavae

Daniel Latu

Asher Schwencke

Aaryn Orchard

Amon McGoram

Isaiah Libeau

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