Album Review: ‘Iconoclast’ – SWITCH1EIGHTY


We love bringing you fresh artists here on RIDE and this time we’ve got a belter of a debut album for you all the way from Sydney, Australia. Let’s check out the brand new project from SWITCH1EIGHTY, Iconoclast.

Before we dive into the album, here’s a quick lowdown on SWITCH1EIGHTY’s story. Writing his own lyrics since the age of 10, Switch has been working for years to get to where he is today.

He’s came a long way from humble beginnings rapping into combs in front of the mirror with his friends, having released 13 singles independently, starting with his 2019 debut Show Offs

SWITCH1EIGHTY then got his first taste of success when he won a Freestyle rap battle in Sydney. He won 2 free recording sessions, and the rest is history…

His brand new debut album tops off years of hard work, showcasing across 10 tracks why he’s becoming one of the most talked about underground rappers in Australia.

Bringing real rap back into fashion, SWITCH1EIGHTY hits with ice cold bars and head twisting flows from start to finish on this project.

Weaving enthralling narratives with super raw and real lyricism, Switch keeps you locked in with every track. Each cut gives an unfiltered insight to the trials and tribulations fo Switch’s life.

SWITCH1EIGHTY could be the next best thing out of the Aussie rap scene, this brand new project only further solidifies his raw talent in the booth. Get this one listened too ASAP!