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Chase Verses - ROSWEIN & NEO’SAKA (prod. by JD SMITH)

We’ve still got last week’s Chase Verses on repeat, and the next one is already here! In this week’s episode, you can expect bass-heavy beats by upcoming producer JD Smith alongside young French-speaking rappers Roswein and Neo’saka.

Both artists will also perform at Urban32 in Brussels on Saturday, November 27. They will be joined by the artists from past and upcoming Chase Verses. The event is free but make sure to register through this link.

ROSWEIN

The young artist from Brussels decided one day that he would pursue music 100%. His passion allowed him to meet people as passionate as him. Today, he moves forward with his collective "O'B LEAGUE" convinced that one day his hard work will bear its fruits.

He began music seriously in 2018 and posted his very first freestyle on Instagram in 2019. Around this time, he released a few singles on Soundcloud before moving to Spotify. A few singles and freestyles later, he decided to release his very first 8-track project entitled "R.D.V" in 2021.

His inspirations are diverse and varied, Roswein listens to Damso, Isha, Booba, Laylow. But also U.S. artists such as Drake, Travis Scott, Kanye West, Don Toliver, Young Thug, etc.

NEO’SAKA

The 21-year-old from Mons began to write his first songs at 15-16 years old before releasing his first project in 2018, entitled "Shelter". This is a reference to the shelter or refuge that he finds in music.

In 2019, he sets up a music studio with his friend Pego. This is an opportunity for him to be even more productive and to start making music by collaborating on projects from local artists.

His influences vary between Laylow, 6lack, Isha, or Ninho. Neo is currently preparing his 2nd EP, which will be out by the end of 2021.

JD SMITH

New to the game, but already making a name for himself. JD Smith aka. Jelle released his first single in March 2020 and has been working hard ever since. In this week’s Chase Verses, he proved that he's not to be underestimated.



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