Iraamin’s music shares a powerful message about the reality of growing up in a refugee camp in war torn Burundi. His music speaks of his personal struggles in life and the shortcomings of succumbing to peer pressures. Heavily influenced by southern style hip hop this is a gig for all you heads out there. Iraamin will also be joined by Melbourne rapper Tumi The Be who will have DJ Stay Nice laying it down behind him on the decks. Tumi will be dropping some smooth flows to help mellow out the night, while Allysha Joy (30/70) will close the night, helping us reconnect with ourselves.