5 new Belgian hip-hop tracks you should listen to this week
Let’s start December right with a fresh selection of Chase-approved Belgian hip-hop tracks. This way, you can take your daily playlist to the next level.
Article and selection by Maxime Fumaneri
Peet - Passer
After 'La vibe", Peet is back with a brand new tune, called 'Passer'. The other half of Le 77 has been cooking some nice stuff for his album MECMAN that will come out on December the 14th. Stay tuned!
MAXXO VI$ION - On the move
The Leuven-based mc MAXXO VI$ION dropped 'On the move' and it contains some really solid beats and lyrics. As he said himself: “dropping this little track to catch the feel of the tape and wake yo sleepy asses up”.
Caballero & JeanJass - Dégueulasse
2018 has been such a big year for Belgian hip-hop, especially for Caballero & JeanJass. After the release of 'Double Helice 3' in June, the infamous duo has been touring like crazy the whole summer. This week, they’re back a fire video for their track 'Dégueulasse', produced by BBL and Stromae. While last months video of L'Or du Commun's 'Homosapiens' was asking for a more humane approach towards refugees, the Dégueulasse video by Caballero & JeanJass calls the European attitude towards refugees 'dégueulasse'.
K1D - K1Ds world
K1D is definitely one of biggest upcoming Belgian hip-hop talents of 2018 to keep an eye on. After some wild shows this summer at Pukkelpop, Fire is Gold, Laundry Day and after being nominated for Chase Award at the Red Bull Elektropedia Awards, K1D is already setting the tone for 2019.
Lord Gasmique - Préluxe #3: 2k
Hoarse voice, heavy beats, dark and ego trip vibes… the Brussels-based rapper Lord Gasmique is back! Make sure to check the solid music video shot at Bloody Louis in Brussels. His upcoming project is currently in the pipeline and will be released in 2019. Stay tuned!
Still looking for some good vibes to add to your music rotation? Check last week’s selection here.
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