Dutch trap: best artists to follow in 2019

20 April 2019 By 6 Comments

Nowadays everywhere in the world you can listen to trap music. Money, women and expensive cars are rimed in every language, and holland obviously has its own rappresentative. Never mind if you don’t speak dutch, you’ll get lit with flow and base tracks. Check it out the top 5 dutch Hip-Hop artists to follow in 2019.


Sofiane Boussaadia AKA Boef is a Dutch rapper and vlogger. He style is influenced by Euro-disco, Arabian music and hip-hop. Born in France in 1993 he lived between France and the Netherland. Characterized by a rough style is the most popular in the scene right now. Beside the music, he has a very strong personality with a real gansta-rap look.


This rapper with Egyptian origin, has an hardcore approach to rap. He took inspiration from Tupak Shakur, and many of his songs are featuring famous dutch artists. In the last years he has expanded his repertoire, shifting to more pop tune. For instance, Hey Meisje (Hey girl) is the perfect song to listen at a pool party.

Sevn Alias

Born in Amsterdam from Surinamese parents, was discovered by the label Rotterdam Airlines. After several mixtapes is now affirmed, recording his videos between Amsterdam’s streets and expensive shops. 

lil' kleine

Lil’ Kleine debuted in 2013 with the dutch hip-hop label Top-Notch. Part of success his beautiful appearance that makes of him a real playboy. A complete artist that can count also on a massive fan base on Instagram, with 1,5 millions followers. Furthermore all his releases were extraordinary successful. Lil’ Klein holding the title of “the most-streamed new album on Spotify in Dutch history” with the debut album WOP!, streamed over 1.5 million times during the 24 hours after its release.


Also known as Jacin Trill, was born in 1998. Is famous for the album “heppieland” recorded in 2017. A typical trap sound and exaggerate lifestyle makes of him one of the best merging artists on the dutch hip-hop scene.

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6 Comments on "Dutch trap: best artists to follow in 2019"

  1. Haye Mellema
    10 October 2019 Reply

    I really think you missed Ronnie Flex, his album 'Nori' is the ultimate trap album from the Netherlands. Altough he isn't really active in 2019, his music is still really good!

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