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6 new Belgian hip hop tracks to start the week: Hamza, Martha Da’ro & more!

Every week we make a selection of Belgian hip hop bangers that somehow caught our attention. If you are an artist, keep sending us new tracks or EP releases via, and maybe your track will be on the list next Friday. This week contains some powerful names in the Belgian hip hop scene. Some of the biggest artists decided to treat us with new tracks, just like we treat children with candy. Bon appétit !

Article and selection by Yaell Monas

Hamza - Netflix


Brussels born Saucegod Hamza came through with a new EP and music video this week. Netflix is about designer clothing, wifeys, and his gang. The rapper, who has made a big name for himself on an international level, released the EP ‘140 bpm’ existing of three songs on which he stays true to his vibe. Seemingly careless rapping about everything.

Clap! Clap! ft. Martha Da’ro - Moving On


This is a piece of art created by Clap! Clap! in anticipation of their new EP. In combination with Martha Da’Ro’s voice, this is the perfect mix of groove and R&B. The future of Belgian based music is being created here. Also, have you seen how creatively beautiful yet simple this music video is?

Lord Gasmique - Dur


The former part of Bruksel’R and 6 o’clock gang Lord Gasmique released a new track last week. After dropping the music video to Amen last month, he is back with a new single already. ‘Dur’ is another steady hip hop track by the 20-year-old Brussels rapper, who is on his way to becoming one of the next French rapping major talents of our country.

Green Montana - Les Ennuis


Another creative music video this week we were blessed with. Green Montana dropped Les Ennuis. The artist was the first one signed on the NORTH label and has been working on musical projects since 2018. ‘Les Ennuis’ is another great track of the artist, getting 21k views in only three days.

Krisy - Je t’aime encore


We shouldn’t have to introduce Krisy anymore, but if you don’t know the Brussels based rapper just check out his COLORS Berlin session on YouTube. The guy also produced Damso’s album under the alias De La Fuentas, and is the brain behind creative collective LeJeune Club. Here’s his newest track, an ode to love. Love we could very well use these days.

Prince K. Appiah - ENERGY REMIX


We can’t get over this music video and the effects used. Talking about energy, the images in the video definitely resemble energy on another level. Knowing the track is made by Prince K. Appiah, that’s nice. But the music video too? That’s what they call talent. Also, the features on this track are banging.

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