5 new Belgian Hip-Hop tracks you don’t want to miss
Just when the weather is reaching sub zero levels, Chase is here to heat things up with some new, hot and Belgian made hip hop tracks. Get ready for the summer, it’s just around the corner...
Le 77 - Bawlers (album)
Le 77 just released a brand new album. Bawlers, which is another word for player, is the second album this Brussels based collective is bringing out. They collaborated with among others Zwangere Guy & Blu Samu and Roméo Elvis. Featuring earlier released tracks Ladybawler, Bawlerangers and Helly Hansen, their style is varying from kick-ass trap to smooth, laid back, chill vibes. We’re in for a big treat!
Congrats to our female hip hop queen Coely! She won two MIA’s, one for Best Female Solo and one for Best Urban. We couldn’t be more proud of her! On top of that she released this video for her track Regulator at the beginning of this year. It’s a collaboration with Brussels rapper Bhavi, resulting in feel good Hip Hop that makes you want to dance!
Bird - Vogelvlucht
Earlier this year, we spoke to Bird about his upcoming debut album Vogelvlucht. And now he finally dropped the first video! He'll be performing the whole album live on stage on the 9th of february and we must admit: after hearing this track we can only long for more!
Caballero & JeanJass - Blessé
Vevo France dscvr invited our friends from Brussels to do a live session and they were right to do so. Smooth, chill and danceable. What else can you expect? Great job, guys!
Freddie King - Barber Phillip
After releasing Regen and Supertrappers earlier this year, Freddie King is back again! His debut EP Strakke Plan is going more than well and now he presents us this track and video about his favorite barbershop in Antwerp; Barber Phillip. We're first row fans!
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