22:00 | Coely
Hip-hop seldom comes as sunny and funky as Coely’s. Born and raised in Antwerp with a proud Congolese heritage, she simply can’t be pigeonholed into one particular box. She combines soul and r&b with raps, beats and an attitude.
This resulted in singles like ‘Ain’t chasing pavements’ and ‘My Tomorrow’ as wel as supporting acts for Kendrick Lamar, Kanye West and De La Soul. And not without reason. As she puts it: ‘When I play live, you’ve got no choice but to dance.’ Good luck trying to resist the inevitable!
20:40 | Stikstof
he Brussels-based collective Stikstof is the brainchild of Jazz, Zwangere Guy & Astrofisiks, accompanied live by DJ Vega.
Since 2010, Stikstof has given a face to the Brussels rap scene. With an identifying sense of social critique, the quartet holds a magnifying glass on their lives, their generation, their environment and also their beloved hometown as a microcosm. After rapping about urban streetlife on their first two albums, the collective has steadily resurfaced with their third album ‘Overlast’, putting Brussels’ hip-hop on the map for good.
19:20 | TheColorGrey
Sold-out concerts in the club scene, rave reviews… TheColorGrey is hot!
The massive success of his debut album ‘REBELATION’, featuring hits like ‘Need To Know’ and ‘On & On’, has established him firmly in the Belgian hip-hop scene.
18:00 | Amery
He’s only in this twenties and he’s already being compared to Marvin Gaye. Elton John even labelled his song ‘I Need Lovin’ as fabulous. Lauded with such compliments, Amery’s performance is bound to be a real highlight.