5 New Belgian Hip-Hop tracks to check out
Are you guys ready for your weekly update on Belgian Hip-Hop? This week we got music from Venlo, K1D, Cedje, Krapuul and Viziez!
Venlo - Story (Prod. Dee Eye)
K1D – Netflixxx
K1D talks about Netflix & chill while you can spot him on the tv screen edited in shows like Hot Ones, GGN Network, Everyday Struggle and even some famous movies. Definitely check out his 'High Hopes' EP if you haven't already.
Cedje - Comeback Freestyle
We haven't heard from Cedje in a while. But now he's back with his 'Comeback Freestyle' as a little teaser of what to expect from him in the near future. He's going to present the first single of his upcoming EP next week. Keep your eyes peeled!
KRAPUUL - DOORGESTOKEN KAART (PROD. TLOC)
We know Krapuul and Tloc have great synergy. This time they're not going back to back with verses. Tloc shows us he's not only talented with the bars. He can produce some sick beats too.
Viziez - Nergens feat. Storme (prod. by Luvvustiv)
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