Cult Shøtta

Rapper E11even and sex-icon lilgolo, give us Western Sydney rap duo Cult Shφtta. Noted for their eccentric 2000’s fashion and energetic stage presence, the childhood friends are nothing less than iconic.

Growing up the pair found themselves to be heavily influenced by the likes of Pharell, Kanye West and A Tribe Called Quest, later incorporating the sounds of trap, drill and techno, helping them shape their own original look and sound.

Cult Shotta’s energy and following hasn’t gone unnoticed, landing them performances at festivals such as Splendour in the Grass, Field Day, The Plot, Snow Tunes and Hard Grime as well as a sold out 10,000 capacity festival tour with J$R in Thailand. In 2022, the duo went on their first Australian headline tour, selling out Sydney’s most prominent venues such as The Landsdowne and Oxford Art Factory along with performances at Enmore Theatre, the Metro Theatre and Hudson Ballroom. The two have shared the stage with international artists including Lil Uzi Vert, Future, Thaiboy Digital, Youngohm, 1MILL, Younggu, Fiixd, Ghostface Killah, Fabulous and Chingy. And in Australia, Haiku Hands, Thundamentals Youngn Lipz, 21 district, A.GIRL, Lisi, NME and more.

Their vibrancy has seen them gaining coverage in established media outlets & blogs such as TMZ, Purple Sneakers, Complex AU, Life without Andy, Stoney Roads, AUD$ and Take Flight or interviews in Sydney’s The Edge, CADA and Cult Shotta have been featured on ESPN, House of Highlights and The Footy Show in addition to a ton of blogs and media outlets for their endless supply of viral videos. They have also been featured on Spanian’s popular “It’s All Eats” show, Jade Le Flay’s “Shake” series and Redbull x Acclaim Magazine’s “Rap Royale” game show on Youtube.

To date, Cult Shotta have amassed nearly 500k followers on TikTok with videos reaching over 60 million views. Their most popular song “250” is currently sitting on 3.5million+ streams on Spotify and they have amassed over 1 million views on YouTube.

With an attractive liveliness, Cult Shotta have also built many strong relationships in the music scene which have led to collaborations with international artists including Bam Margera, Reese La Flare (USA), 1MILL (Thailand), J$R (Thailand), Tarvethz (Def Jam Thailand), Ghetto Boy (Spain) & songs with producer Broisthatjambo who famously produced “super gremlin” by kodak black. Australian artists they have collaborated with include Manu Crooks, A.Girl, Creed Tha Kid, Spenda C., Moonbase, Oh Boy, Golden Vessel, Vin Sins & Isaac Puerile.