Ziggy Ramo

Ziggy Ramo is a singer and songwriter known for his lyricism and story-telling ability. The son of an Aboriginal and Solomon Islander father and a mother of Scottish heritage, Ziggy’s experiences with racism in Australia have led him towards activism, both in his music and in the wider world.

Through his music, Ziggy aims to tell the story of Australia’s true race history, so that we can move forward and find answers that will help us improve.

Ziggy captured the attention of the Australian public with his single Little Things, a heartfelt update of Paul Kelly’s “From Little Things Big Things Grow” which put forward a First Nations perspective on invasion, intergenerational trauma and deaths in custody.

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