Mar 10, 2016 2:42PM

Oyster TV: The Internet On Being Black And Woke In 2016

Knowledge.

The Internet make hip-hop/soul music that is more outwardly feel-good than it is political. But that doesn't mean its members don't have a lot to say about black identity and the history behind their sound.

This became evident when we took the band to Melbourne's Little Saigon Markets for some local flavah feat. fresh produce and ornamental plastic plants. As we wandered through shiny shop aisles, the six chillers chatted about growing up in black neighbourhoods, the Trump situation, and how travel has given them insight into other cultures.

Get on their wavelength below.

Film and photography: James J Robinson
First AD: Shelley Liu
Sound/Interview: Emelia Portellos
Unit Manager: Bridgette Le