‘C’est pas du rap, c’est du karaté!’
Peet is no stranger to the rap scene in Brussels. In recent years, he released three albums with his quirky hip-hop collective Le 77, and worked together with the likes of Blu Samu, Zwangere Guy and Roméo Elvis.
For his first solo album, Peet surrounded himself with other musicians and expanded his sound with trumpet, bass and keys. Swing, Morgan and Zwangere Guy lent their voices to the album. ‘Mignon’ is the young rapper’s life story: emotional, funny and fragile.