Jannah Beth

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Jannah Beth

Offbeat Collective Founder

Jannah Beth is a dedicated artist, songwriter, and rising music industry professional. As the founder of Offbeat Collective and proud A&R at Elefant Traks, she actively promotes diversity and representation. Jannah has been a driving force behind impactful projects, including One Off Traks, an all-female and non-binary writing camp, empowering marginalized voices to shine. Moreover, she has initiated Ya Ya’s program, which provides free studio time exclusively for women and LGBTQIA+ creatives. Through Offbeat Collective, a community-driven studio space and music platform in the Inner West, Jannah fosters collaboration and champions emerging talent. Her own artistic journey continues to inspire and resonate with audiences as she shows her own personal growth as an artist.

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Hip-Hop: How a Generation Is Changing the World

THU, OCT 19, 11:30 AM
Few cultural forces have empowered minority groups like hip-hop has. In recent years, thanks to the power of the internet, this revolutionary wave has firmly touched our shores and seen Australia become the latest hotbed of global hip-hop talent. But this is no accident. It is the effect of an abundance of diverse ethnic communities, combined with a long legacy of street culture, and a generation who knew how to best showcase their stories in an online world. As it has done globally, hip-hop is beginning to influence other areas of life in Australia; from social conscience to music industry operations, to the political landscape. We sit down with key figureheads and thought leaders among the current global generation of Australian Hip-Hop to discuss their remarkable journeys in building community, and how recent lessons learned from the domestic rise of hip-hop can ensure its longevity and sustainable impact for generations to come.
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