7 New Belgian hip-hop tracks you don’t want to miss
Haven’t recovered from last week’s hip-hop delivery yet? Too bad. Here are 7 new tracks you should add to your playlist:
Majestro -Trainingspak (feat. Purple Goonz, Ice P, Freddie King & Cem)
Majestro is back and this time he brought Purple Goonz, Ice P, Freddie King and Cem along to deliver a party-worthy afro-style track.
Luie Louis - 2003 (feat. Blu Samu)
To tease for his first solo album, Luie Louis pleases our ears with this mesmerizing track featuring Blu Samu. And believe us, the whole album is a treat! December 6, save the date!
Sensei 'n Chillow - Let 'em Know ft El Gant & Dj Grazzhoppa
Legends join forces in this Belgium x USA collab. ‘Let ‘em Know’ features El Da Sensei and EL Gant on the mic with an impeccable flow accompanied by Chillow’s old school beat. The full album and documentary will be out on December 2nd.
Viziez - Tunnel
Moving on to a more new school track with Viziez proving he’s got bars by the bunch. This guy is definitely someone to keep an eye on in the near future.
Sur Le Pont - LoSabeS ft. Tracy
Ghent represent! Straight off his first full album ‘Tijd dans les Nuages’ comes this track in which he reps his own style stained with different languages. Tight!
JAY MNG - 64 Barz
Oh shit, JAY MNG did kill that beat… We didn’t count them but damn this track has some bars for sure.
Hakim - Laat (ft. Snelle)
Eigen Makelij is at it again! With Hakim back to back Snelle delivering their lyrics so smoothly, this track called ‘Laat’ is pure quality. Enjoy.
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