8 new Belgian hip hop tracks you should check out
Alright, your fresh Belgian hip hop fix coming through! Our previous top has just been posted but man, we still got a stack of great tracks to share with you guys. Enjoy!
Article by Raf Cyran
Roedel - Hondsdolheid
Luie Louis introduces his brand new collective ‘Roedel’ in this first single. The DIY-style video drags you from crew member to crew member while each in turn throws some heavy bars over a criminal beat. We’re looking forward to the EP guys!
MVNSI - Temps (Prod. by Valentino)
After setting his first foot in the scene with the single 'Pas Question', MVNSI is back with another hip hop banger that's at least as catchy as the previous one. His new single has a lot of meaning to him, as it describes how he became the man he is today. Now he's certain that, despite the faults he carries with him, he'll always try to work on a better future for his family and himself.
Caballero & JeanJass - A2
JJ & Caba released a quality music video for their track 'A2' out of their album 'Double hélice 3'. As always, these guys keep pushing their music to new limits, album after album. Like someone stated in the YouTube comments: "this track is as polished as Caba's bald head".
Rewind - The East
The boys from Rewind Productions recently released their EP 'Mad' and 'The East' was easily one of the most memorable tracks on it. It's another statement proving that Leuven's hip hop scene is alive and getting doper every week!
VINCI - JETSKI SESSIE
Another track straight from 3000: Vinci has proven himself before, but this time he's back with a fun jetski video that works perfect with this tune.
Cedje - Actief (Prod. Eliandro)
'Actief', part of Cedje's new EP 'In Een Setup', is a straight up banger. The track hasn't properly kicked off yet when Cedje already shows clean flows and the clever bars just seem to keep on coming.
Mac Mulla - 1993
Brussels' hip hop collective De Rand are no strangers to us. But Mac Mulla, one of its members, did surprise us with a new solo project. On '1993', Mac tells his story in an old school-inspired flow while J. Cole's '1985' instrumental supports Mac's bars.
Rick De Vik - Meedoen (prod. 925)
This one is gold. Hip hop doesn't always have to be that serious and Rick perfectly combines the right sound with the wrong type of bars. Make sure you watch the music video as well, it's worth it!