6 New Belgian Hip-Hop Tracks to check out
This week we have a new hip-hop track by Bhavi who calls both Buenos Aires and Antwerp his homebase. Also hot stuff from members of the Six 'O Clock gang, household names DVTCH NORRIS and Coely, Swing from L'Or du Commun and youngster Dworfi.
Bhavi ft. Ecko - Piso
Bhavi is a rapper who lives in Antwerp and Buenos Aires, Argentine. He is currently working with a Buenos Aires based label MUEVA Records and is rapidly gaining a huge following. His previous song ‘Mojaa’ featuring Duki has reached over 13 million views on YouTube and now he might even top that with ‘Piso’ featuring Ecko. Over 4 million views in less than a week. Loco!
DVTCH NORRIS - Magic Carpet ft. Coely
DVTCH NORRIS is presenting his ‘I’M SAD.. I WANNA MAKE IT’ EP with a release party in Het Bos in Antwerp on the 31st of May. He's already teasing us with his new single ‘Magic Carpet’ featuring the amazing Coely.
Swing - Rivage (Prod. Le Motel)
Swing from L’Or du Commun released a very dope videoclip for the song ‘Rivage’ from his ‘Marabout’ project. It’s not his first time working with Le Motel and it seems like it won’t be the last. The chemistry is undeniable.
JAY MNG X BERRY - GEEN LIMIET
Lord Gasmique - Sans Limites
Lord Gasmique his fellow Six ’O Clock Gang affiliates Jay MNG and Berry recently dropped their track ‘Geen Limiet’ and in the same week he presents us ‘Sans Limites’. Coincidence or not? You can even spot him in their video. Qu’ est-ce que tu connais sur le Six O’Clock gang?
Dworfi - Feeling
‘Feeling’ is the first single from the upcoming debut EP from Leuvens 18 year old rapper/producer Dworfi. He told us the EP is finished so we can expect it very soon.
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