Kiwi Crusader

Having already cracked the Australian market, Kiwi hop hop superstar Scribe is now making himself heard in New York. NYT: “Scribe, 25, is at the forefront of the country’s exploding hip-hop scene – a posse that includes the artists Che-Fu, Con Psy and P-Money. With American-like production values and tattoos that improve on the standard ”Brooklyn” rendered in olde English across a stomach, these Kiwi rappers mean business: it’s suddenly possible that NZ could become known for more than just hobbits.” Read Scribe’s interview with Australian teen magazine Dolly.


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Rhys Darby and Terminix Unite for Campaign

Rhys Darby and Terminix Unite for Campaign

New Zealand actor Rhys Darby joined Adweek for an exclusive interview about his new campaign with American pest control company, Terminix. Darby, 47, is no stranger to humour – or bringing it…