In the early 1980s, Hip-Hop culture hit the shores of Australia as it spread around the globe. At that time, like most white kids in the western suburbs of Sydney, all my mates and I were borderline “bogans” (trailer trash metal fans).
Hip-Hop was so new and exciting, and we jumped into it boots and all.
First off, it was the breaking, but in our innocence and enthusiasm we tried our hand at all the aspects: graffiti, rapping, and even rudimentary DJ’ing.
– an excerpt from Mistery’s upcoming autobiography entitled “Mi-Story”