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5 new Belgian hip-hop tracks to start the weekend: Woodie Smalls, Lyna & more

Every week, we select five new Belgian hip-hop bangers that somehow caught our attention. Keep sending us new tracks or EP releases via, and maybe your name will be on the list next Friday. Our Spotify and YouTube playlists are slowly filling up with new tracks you are supposed to memorize one by one, and this week there's another five that will light up your world. Let's get it!

Article and selection by Yaell Monas

Woodie Smalls ft. Coely - Bad


Woodie Smalls, an established name in the Belgian hip-hop scene, has finally dropped a new song! And not just a song, he came through with a feature of Belgian hip-hop queen Coely, who will release her second album next year. The two combined their talent to make one hell of a banger, ready for the radio.

Lyna - Daddy


Lyna, who came through with hit single 'Booty' a few weeks ago, is back with another female empowerment hip-hop track. This track is for the guys with the Balenciaga shoes, or the girls who want a guy with a pair of those sneakers. Her second EP 'Lemon Haze' is planned to drop on November 29!

Tweevieracht - Delta


Delta is the first music video from Tweevieracht's new album 'VIII' which dropped today. The album is a trilogy, of which II and IV already came out a while ago. Every song on VIII is exactly 2 minutes and 48 seconds, a play with their artist name. On this album, the Ghent based hip-hop collective consisting of Lerr and BLNK open up about fake news and their own concerns in society, such as the way media are changing facts and how Belgian and international politics aren't always the fairest game.

ICO - Siri 3


ICO, who is known for his skills in producing tracks, has now finally released his own solo album, 'Petit Con'. Last Friday, he came through with the music video of 'Siri 3' in anticipation of his album which he has been working on since 2018. He's known for his funny videos on the gram, and now put all humorous skills into his song lyrics.

Willem Pape - Willem


Willem Pape is back with a self-titled track. The Antwerp based rapper blessed the fans with another heavy beat, introducing his life and his view for the future in rhyming lyrics. Two tracks in a few weeks? This makes us think of an album or EP coming soon. Let us know, Willem!

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