Aboriginal musician

Miss Hood

Hip Hop & Rap, Soul

Miss Hood, also known as Meriki Hood, is a strong Aboriginal Kunai and Gunditjmara woman from the eastern and western districts of Victoria.

Meriki has been in the hip hop and urban rap scene since 2004, starting song writing and composing music at the age of 17. Miss Hood is one of the most accomplished Australian hip hop artists who has also been a Involved with the Indigenous Hip Hop Projects travelling to remote Aboriginal communities all across Australia teaching Aboriginal kids how to write songs, make up dance routines and making film clips.

Her father, Terry Hood, was a member of the Stolen Generations who grew up on Lake Tyers mission near Bairnsdale, Victoria.


Stronger (Single)

  1. Stronger (feat. Tash Knight)

It’s Fatal

  1. Intro
  2. Sleazy
  3. Stronger (feat. Tash Knight)
  4. Days Are Long
  5. You Don't Wanna
  6. It's Fatal (feat. Cee Cee Honey Bee)
  7. Miss Hood
  8. Struggling (feat. Cee Cee Honey Bee)
  9. Reality (feat. Cee Cee Honey Bee)
  10. At the Party (feat. Cee Cee Honey Bee)
  11. Part This Way (feat. Johnny Mac)

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