Belgian Music Artists


Actual Belgian music artists


Paul Van Haver, better known as Stromae (born 12 March 1985, Brussels, Belgium) is a singer-songwriter of Belgian-Rwandan origin.

He has distinguished himself in both hip hop and electronic music.

He first became famous with the song "Alors on danse" which remained at number one for several weeks in numerous countries throughout Europe.


Wikipedia: Stromae

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Tom Dice

Tom Dice (born Tom Eeckhout in Eeklo on 25 November 1989) is a Belgian singer-songwriter, who   represented Belgium in the Eurovision Song Contest 2010 final on 29 May in Oslo (with Me and my guitar), where he finished on the 6th place after finishing 1st of his semifinal.


He has also collaborated with French singer Elisa Tovati the title Il nous faut who was appointed at the NRJ Music Awards 2012 for the Best French song of the year

and with Dj Antoine for Sunlight.


Wikipedia: Tom Dice

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Jonathan Vandenbroeck (born 14 July 1981 in Borgerhout), better known by his stage name Milow, is a Belgian singer-songwriter and one of the most successful Do It Yourself musicians in Europe.

Milow's international breakthrough came with the release of the single "Ayo Technology", a song originally written and recorded by 50 Cent, Justin Timberlake and Timbaland, from the album Milow.

The single peaked at number one in The Netherlands, Sweden, Denmark, Switzerland, Belgium, peaked at number two in Germany, Spain, Austria, and peaked in the top ten in France, Italy and Finland and received a platinum certification in Germany, Sweden, Switzerland, Belgium, Austria, Denmark and gold certification in Spain and The Netherlands.


Wikipedia: Milow

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Singer/songwriter Jali is a Rwandan-born Belgian-based artist who recently signed to Universal Records.

Born in 1989 in Rwanda, he is a folk music artist and describes his sound as a round trip between the continent on which he was born and the one in which he was raised.


Wikipedia (French): Jali

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Clouseau is a Belgian pop group, having success in Belgium and the Netherlands since being established in the late 1980s.

Apart from a brush with English material in the early 1990s they perform in Dutch. Their biggest hits are Daar gaat ze (a #1 hit in the Netherlands in 1990, and rerecorded in English as Close Encounters) and Passie (Passion, a #1 hit in the Netherlands in 1995).


Wikipedia: Clouseau

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Belgian acoustic/pop band Suarez is a four-piece act composed of three folk musicians from Madagascar – brothers Max and Pata Randriamanjava, and their cousin Dada Ravalison, who play lead guitar, bass, and drums – along with lead singer and rhythm guitarist Marc Pinilla (a Belgian from a Spanish family).


Wikipedia (French): Suarez

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List of best-selling Belgian music artists


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