Australian rapper Miles Glyphers unveils new music ahead of the release of his debut mixtape, ‘Twisted Youth’.
‘They Are Free’ features US Gospel singer Clark Turpin, speaking on the new record, Glyphers stated that: "it's a song about challenging what you know, and escaping the 'same old things' of everyday life." For Miles that's about escaping the suburbs of Sydney and ties in with the fact he never feels at home.
Miles Glyphers sets the tone in ‘They Are Free’, as he gives listeners a storytelling-vibe throughout the song. The track samples the documentary 12 o'clock Boys, which is a cult documentary about biker gangs in the ghettos in the States.
The young star has already been co-signed by Complex UK as part of their: ‘Ones to Watch: 5 Australian Rappers Blowing Up The Spot’. Take a listen to ‘They Are Free’ below and see why Miles Glyphers has been rated so highly!