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“Re Up” echoes The Weeknd’s gorgeously despondent R&B, but Belly’s rap skills bring new dimension to Toronto’s infamously downcast grooves. Though Ahmad Balshe’s career is just beginning to accelerate, he’s no newcomer. “Trap Phone”—with a convincingly grimy appearance from Jadakiss—shows that these languid beats are rooted in the verbal ferocity of classic East Coast hip-hop.

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Nav on the come up

Nav is gonna get so big, I've been listening to home for like 8 months and now he's gonna blow up and be a more known rapper

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Amazing job Belly, you really came through. Haven't skipped one song. Keep up the good work.

Biography

Born: Jenin, Palestine

Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Canadian rapper Belly (aka Rebellyus) was born Ahmad Balshe in the West Bank Palestinian city of Jenin. Hoping to escape violence and poverty, Belly's family immigrated to Ottawa, Canada when he was a boy. Belly was purportedly selling drugs on the street by age 13 and already distinctly aware of growing up a poor Muslim in a primarily non-Muslim country. Having long been interested in hip-hop, he began expressing anger over his situation by rapping, and soon garnered a reputation as a formidable...
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Inzombia, Belly
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  • $9.99
  • Genres: Hip-Hop/Rap, Music
  • Released: Nov 11, 2016
  • Parental Advisory

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