New Music Video: Tonight – Dutch Rebelle

DUTCH REBELLE is back with the first visual for ‘Tonight’, the Cartier C-produced lead
single from her new album ‘Bang Bang’ released in October. Shot by Carson Lund in Downtown Los Angeles, the video reveals the usually fierce rapper’s vulnerable side, with her walking thru the streets of Chinatown by herself reflecting on the night she’s had and what she’s about to get into.

The album received rave reviews from fans and critics alike. With additional production from Hum Beats, Milty Maose, DJ Smalls, Althasi, Duggy Flex, Newm Nera, Tedd Boyd and
Latrell James (who also lends guest verse) and Congolese MC S. Black Winner the
album shows all of Dutch’s influence and growth since her first release ‘Married to
the Music’ in 2012.

Check out the video for ‘Tonight’ below:

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New Music Video: I Can’t – Dutch ReBelle

As she gets ready to launch #TheBangBangExperience kickstarter campaign, hot spitter DUTCH REBELLE dropped some fiery visuals to her track, ‘Can’t Wait’, taken from her EP, ‘No Stems.’

Starting tomorrow, the interactive campaign gives upcoming artists a chance to collaborate with the 2014 winner of Boston Music Award (Hip-Hop). Music lovers can receive an exclusive link to her forthcoming album ‘ BANG BANG’, a signed copy of the CD and exclusive merchandise.

Head right here for more details about the campaign…but before you head off, check out the video to ‘Can’t Wait.’

Album Review: No Stems – Dutch Rebelle

In preparation for her upcoming project, ‘BANG BANG’, DUTCH REBELLE kept her supporters titillated and dropped a collection of sample tracks, forming the 11-track offering, ‘No Stems’, earlier of this month.

Her heavy bassline trademark makes no apologies and runs riot throughout the entire set – but deeper, harder and twice more infectious than her previous releases. The seriously dope, head-rolling combination is topped of by the female emcee’s tighter-than-tight flow. Go further along this project and there a slight reggae fusion working its way through that dense drive in track, ‘Is This Love?’

This is an excellent run up to the next big project – better hit that play button!

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