5 new Belgian Hip-Hop tracks you don’t want to miss
Another week packed with Belgian heat. We got blackwave. swangin' trought with their new single, Dvtch Norris' his life is a playground, you can't tell Caballero & JeanJass you don't know them, Jenesaispas is presenting their first single of their upcoming EP and Astro is telling a story about choices between a career in the streets or music. Kick back and enjoy!
DVTCH NORRIS - Playground
DVTCH NORRIS’ his life is a playground. He’s coming for the crown and he’s not playing around. Playground is the first video uploaded on his freshly launched YouTube channel.
Caballero & JeanJass continue to consistently drop new heat. Only four days after their contributions on ISHA’s track Tosma, the chefs are treating us with ‘Tu Connais Pas’. Fais pas genre tu connais pas!
Jenesaispas - Plus Minus (ft.Mozs)
Moving on from ‘Tu Connais Pas’ to Jenesaispas. Three youngsters with an incredible synergy. For the first single of their ‘Refund EP’ they recruited Mozs for a verse and the production of the track.
Astro - Twijfelen (Prod. by Astro)
Rapper/producer Astro tells us a story about his life. One about how he stayed away from the Antwerp street life to focus on his musical career.
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