OneFour rap alongside Headie One, Stormzy, AJ Tracey on ‘Ain’t It Different’ remix

The Sydney rappers' remix is out now

OneFour have officially released their remix of Headie One‘s ‘Ain’t It Different’ today (September 25), also featuring Stormzy and AJ Tracey.

The remix was teased on OneFour’s Instagram account earlier this week, along with the hashtag “#HeadieOneFour”.

On their verse, OneFour allude to the police pressure that has jeopardised their ability to put on live shows in Australia: “The gang still can’t do no live shows until the law uplifts it / Now tell them ‘Look at what you made us do’ like Taylor Swift did.”


Hear the remix below:

‘Ain’t It Different’ was released by Headie One back in August, featuring Stormzy and AJ Tracey. The track incorporated samples from Red Hot Chili Peppers‘ ‘Pretty Little Ditty’ and M-Dubs’ ‘Bump and Grind’.

The track is lifted from Headie One’s forthcoming album, ‘EDNA’, scheduled for release later this year. The album follows on from his April mixtape, ‘GANG’, a collaboration with producer Fred again.

Earlier this week, OneFour featured in a remix of UK rapper Dutchavelli’s track, ‘Bando Diaries’. The accompanying music video included scenes of OneFour filmed back home in Sydney.

Today also sees the release of the group’s new collaboration with A$AP Ferg, titled ‘Aussie Freaks’. The track, appearing on Ferg’s new out ‘Floor Seats II’, marks the second collab between the two, following ‘Say It Again‘ earlier this year.


OneFour’s last original release was ‘Home and Away’ in July. The track arrived to coincide with the announcement of their forthcoming debut EP.

At the time of its release, OneFour explained how ‘Home and Away’ touches on life in their hometown of Mount Druitt, “a far cry from the sun-soaked sceneries that dominate mainstream depictions of Australia on television screens and tourism brochures”.