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Liam K. Swiggs & Young Gho$t Share Single / Video 'Skate Park'

Liam K. Swiggs & Young Gho$t Share Single / Video 'Skate Park'

Chris Cudby / Friday 31st May, 2024 10:36AM

Canterbury's indomitable The Big Fresh Collective are taking it to the next level, capping off NZ Music Month / Te Marama Puoro o Aotearoa with a standout new single and video release from two of their mightiest ambassadors. Label boss Liam K. Swiggs pulls up his production socks in collaboration with Pōneke rap figurehead Young Gho$t (Bad Taste), dialling it back to those classic days getting up to low key mischief in and around the local 'Skate Park' — reflecting on time well spent, repping their crew and pondering how personal growth can be a funny thing — all driven along by frisky breaks and hazy sunset-like horn vamps.

Directed by Leo Smith, made with support from NZ On Air (check out that logo!) and dedicated to the memory of Jesse Crossan, the accompanying video for 'Skate Park' depicts the two kings roaming their domain, both rocking BFC-themed San Breakbeat gear. A very vibey and uplifting experience for this viewer, the clip perfectly encapsulates The Big Fresh Collective ethos and team spirit — making their own fun in suburbia, blazing up the club, showing off skills and celebrating the Warriors together. Self-described as “Think Home Brew meets… Footmahi!”, 'Skate Park' is a fitting testament to all BFC has achieved over the past ten years, smash that play button below...

"This track is extremely special to us as it ended up being dedicated to our very dear friend and all round Ōtautahi legend Jesse “Mother****ing” Crossan - who unfortunately tragically passed away last year in a car accident halfway through the process of us making the music video leaving us all with a giant hole in our hearts <3"

'Skate Park' is out today on major streaming platforms via The Big Fresh Collective.


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