Over the course of the ‘90s - rocking microphones as one part of Koolism – and playing host to Triple J’s hip-hop show for many years, it’s quite apparent that Hau Latukefu is a busy man. So now, as he steps up onto the solo stage, you can tell there’s some serious heart and soul invested in his LP debut of The No End Theory, which dropped today.

Boasting a healthy selection of 16 tracks, The No End Theory provides plenty of listening pleasure, aided in part by a professional list of names across the board, sporting quite different styles. With appearances from Ngaiire, P-Money, Sky High, Che Fu and even Washington DC’s prodigy child, Oddisee, it’s hard to imagine that this release will be anything short of entertaining and intellectual.

It’s a milestone for Hau, but it also marks a unique achievement for Melbourne artists Remi Kolawole and Sensible J Smith too, as their newly pioneered record label House Of Beige is the entity that’s behind the albums release.

We’re sitting on the edge of our seats for future Hau success, but for now, we’re out to cop the album. Props Hauie.

The No End Theory is now available on iTunes, with physical copies on CD and Vinyl available via JB Hi-Fi and selected stores.