Hamza – 1994

There are simply aren’t too many rapper smoother than Belgian based Hamza. Each and every one of his tracks encompasses a silky and elegant aesthetic as he delivers his scintillating verses and hooks with an effortless grace. Having already impressed with a plethora of tracks over the past few years, Hamza continued to provide the sauce with 1994, his brilliant debut full length album.

Therefore, it should come as no surprise that the Brussels native delivered a pristine rendition of “1994” as part of his COLORS show. Serving as the closing track to his exceptional record, “1994” is soundtracked by a simple but super chilled beat penned by Ponko. It allows Hamza to serve up his incredibly slick and crisp flow – maneuvering his words with a smoothness unlike anyone else. Regardless of whether you understand what’s being said – you can’t help but vibe to this! Press play and enjoy the session above; whilst you’re at it – be sure to check out Hamza’s 1994 album too!

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