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The best of the new generation of Brussels rap
With his latest album, "peine 333," rapper Geeeko is well on his way to becoming one of the top names on the French-speaking music scene. His life story is an agony between Rwanda, Ivory Coast and Belgium. His music which is midway between Burna Boy, Saint Jhn and Juice WRLD, is a patchwork of his emotions and moods. His rhymes are frank poetry in which betrayal, heartbreak, hope and lack of money intermingle. Most of his inspiration comes from the streets of Brussels.