6 New Belgian hip-hop tracks to check out
This weeks batch of new Belgian hip-hop tracks is a varied one as we got something for everyone. Crazy trap flows, epic productions, groovy vibes and lyrics in Dutch, French and English. New music by Moka Boka, Phasm & Krimi, IAMGUNZ, Ryan Eiffel, Shaka Shams, Krapuul and Redbull Beckvechten champ Tloc!
Moka Boka – SOURIRE
Moka Boka is one of those artist who seems to have grown up with a pen in his hand and headphones on his ears. The video for his latest single ‘SOURIRE’ almost hit 20.000 views on YouTube.
Phasm - De plug Feat. Krimi
The members of the 6’O Clock gang have been releasing music and content at high pace lately and it's no different this week. Phasm and Krimi treated us to a visual for the track ‘De Plug’ taken from Phasm’s ‘Dracula EP’.
IAMGUNZ - 55 Bars (Outro) (Prod. M13)
IAMGUNZ dropped his new album ‘Big Daddy’s World’ about a week ago. Soul’Art member M13 took care of the beat for '55 Bars' which features on the album as an outro. Go check out IAMGUNZ live at Tomorrowland on the 20th of July.
Ryan Eiffel - Trust Fall (feat. Lil Stella, Genesis808, 808trel & Falsecut)
Brussels based artist Ryan Eiffel got four big international SoundCloud producers together for his new track ‘Trust Fall’. The beat went from Hong Kong to the USA to Sweden and back to the USA before Ryan recorded the vocals in Brussels.
Shaka Shams - Groove ft. Olivier William (prod. Roshima)
Shaka Shams and Olivier William put their musical minds together with the amazingly talented producer Roshima to produce a song that'll get your groove on! The track itself is named ‘Groove’ and features on Shaka Shams’ new EP ‘Crystal Clear’
KRAPUUL X TLOC - HOOR WAT KRAAKT DAAR (HWKDIMP)
Krapuul and Tloc, you might know the latter from his victory at the first two editions of Redbull Bekvechten, present their new song 'Hoor wat kraakt daar' and it comes with a very grim and dark video. Don't watch this one alone, kids.
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