Laura Van Alphen music journalists from the Netherlands currently joins Unity Radio on a internship. Whilst here Laura introduced us to some of the best Dutch urban tracks at the moment. This is her top 3.
Ballieman – Sevn Alias
In Ballieman Sevn Alias sings about talking to a lot of girls, doing everything for money and about people changing once they see your money. Sevn Alias, who has Surinamese roots, started making music in 2014 and didn’t stop ever since. Check out his latest studio session here.
Kippen – Broederliefde
Kippen in Dutch means chicken, referring to chicks, girls. The 5 guys from Broederliefde (‘brother(ly?) love’) sing about liking bigger girls and having a lot of girls and mix up Dutch slang with some English and Carribean words. The group has Curaçao, Dominican and Cape Verde roots and released two new tracks, ‘Firi‘ and ‘Zagalo‘, last week.
Tout est bon – Boef
In Tout est bon Boef, who is a French-Dutch rapper with Algerian roots, raps about being famous, having a lot of girls but not caring about them. Tout est bon in French means everything is good. He sings about having a good life and getting more and more famous. Check out his most famous song Habiba as well.