SOUL Benefits will take the stage at this year's Australia Day celebrations.
Brothers Zehrish, Storme and Aakell grew up in a family of performers and knew it was their calling to pursue a career in music.
"We started making music in our bedroom, then progressed to performing locally and now we perform all over Sydney," Zehrish said.
The Mount Druitt brothers have called themselves Soul Benefits for more than two years and are grateful for the opportunity to share their passion for rap music.
"We got to perform at the NRL grand final last year in front of 60,000 people," Zehrish said.
The singing siblings plan to bring their reggae, soul and hip hop inspired music to the Australia Day celebrations in Liverpool on the main stage.
"We have been rehearsing a lot over the last few weeks and will be with our band to give a feel good performance that mixes a soul vibe with raw hip hop," Zehrish said.
"We are going to rap about our upbringing, our surroundings, where we are and where we want to be."
Soul Benefits are part of Mindfield, a collaborative project between young musicians from south-west Sydney region and first grade NRL players.
It aims to empower young people through music composition and performance.
There are three acts performing from Mindfield from 5.30pm to 6pm on the main stage.
Details: For more information call: 1300 36 2170 or visit: liverpool.nsw.gov.au.