5 new Belgian hip hop tracks to start the week: Ikraaan, Sevens & more!
After last week’s album selection, we are back with another selection to blast through your speakers for seven days straight. Some of them who we should not introduce, and some we are ready to make all of you fall in love with. And while we are slowly getting back to live performances, like Zomerkamp in Genk these days, brighter days are upon us. A new selection of Belgian quality hip hop is ready to be served.
Article and selection by Yaell Monas
IKRAAAN - ALLEEN
Ikraaan, the R&B on trap beats singing queen from Mechelen, has released a new single called ALLEEN and we are here for it. After her first EP Happy Pill last year, the whole Belgian scene was waiting for what would come next and she does not disappoint. The music video is shot by RBEA winning Yaqine Hamzaoui, a star behind the camera.
SEVENS - GOLDEN GIRL
Together with producer Anders aka Remi De Roeck, Sevens just dropped the ultimate summer love hit. Golden Girl is about that one lady who makes his heart skip one, two, or even three beats. It’s a perfect cocktail between Belgian hip hop and summery beats on a hot night in august.
EYT - PRESENTATION
Brussels based collective Jeunes Boss Records just launched the first music video of their newest group EYT. A new name in our Belgian hip hop list. The French rapping boys released ‘Présentation’ as their first track and it hits. For the realization of their music video, they counted on Le S Production. We expect to see a lot more coming from the Jeunes Boss Record label and EYT.
LIL SKID FT. CHUKI BEATS - LOOP
Lil Skid has been around for a while now, and he took the chance to grow into his final form of being a rapper. The Ghent based artist released his first track under the 32 label and even took the time to get together with the homies and shot a music video for it. The Lances Foux or Playboi Carti inspired mumble rapper is ready to beat up the scene.
RAMZI FT. ZWANGERE GUY, MANLIKE & BRACKOS - HOELANG NOG
Ramzi got in the studio with Zwangere Guy, Manlike & Brackos to rap about the Black Lives Matter protest and it’s everything we needed from a BLM track. It’s real, it’s pure honesty and it was NEEDED. After protests in Brussels, the world needs a constant reminder of how important Black lives are. And this is that reminder.