Australian creative artist and rapper known professionally as Luke Mac has garnered a noble and rapidly growing fan base, continually redefining what it means to be an Australian rapper and musician, in the 21st century. Luke Mac continues to break new ground in the hip-hop scene as he looks to incorporate story telling, comedy, and quality music into an immersive multimedia experience for his ever expanding worldwide demographic.
From being added to Spotify’s Local Hype playlist & Apple Music’s Study Beats playlist, to featuring on the Netflix comedy hit “Rostered On” Luke Mac has proven that he is more than just another rapper, expanding his talents into multiple platforms.After gaining a supportive following touring with Australia legends Seth Sentry, PEZ, Drapht, Spit Syndicate & Illy, as well as international heavyweights Obie Trice, Futuristic, Merkules, Madchild & Chris Webby, Luke Mac has made a name for himself as one of the most reputable up and comers out of Australia, selling out multiple shows on his debut headline tour in 2019.
With quality releases such as his third EP, As Seen On TV, and a unique combination of hard rap and comedy, Luke Mac continues to find his own lane and push the boundaries of what is considered hiphop in Australia.
Luke Mac is one third of electro hip-pop group JERKSTORE. (w/ Joey Maker & Connor Jones)
Off The Clef
“Luke Mac is starting to release some really interesting content which makes me laugh every time I see it. This man’s got an acute eye for comedy and is a brilliant performer and also actor in his video clips. I could see Luke Mac being titled the Lil Dicky of Australia in not too long.” - Smizzy via Off The Clef
Hau Latukefu - Triple J Hip Hop Show
"Sometimes all you need is that energy and the big fella, Luke Mac, brought it on this one. Boom!" - Hau Latukefu on "Juice"
Luke Mac has performed from all over Australia at venues ranging from 75 to 1000 capacity, opened for Australian acts Illy, Seth Sentry, PEZ, 360, Drapht, Spit Syndicate, K21, as well as International Heavyweights Futuristic, Obie Trice, Merkules, Chris Webby and headlined the Juice Tour in 2019 selling out his home base of Melbourne, as well as the Brisbane leg of the tour.