jeu. 28 mars | C12

FiftyFifty Session l RIMON x Miss Angel

For this next FiftyFifty Session, we are proud to invite RIMON and Miss Angel on the 28th of march (spread the word, share the love !!).
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Heure et lieu

28 mars 2019 à 19:00 – 23:59
C12, Rue du Marché Aux Herbes 116, 1000 Bruxelles, Belgique

À propos de l'événement

FiftyFifty Session is a private event, check our partners' social media channels to win your invites :

Les Inrockuptibles, Focus Vif, BRUZZ , Let It Sound, Pure - RTBF, Knack Focus, LifeStage, La Vague Parallèle, Brussels Tonight, Fnac Belgium, Lotto, Bruxelles Ma Belle ( Music videos ), Paris Match Belgique, VICE Belgium, Tarmac




📍 C12 (Galerie Horta)

⏰ Showcase starts at 7pm

🌭 Food by Huggy's Dogs


There will be a Plateforme citoyenne de soutien aux réfugiés Bruxelles collecting point in the gallery during the FiftyFifty Session 👟🎒🧦💪

Those who will bring something will skip the queue :)


After party DJ SET : to be announced soon

Street artist in collaboration with Lotto : Idem Brussels is a graphic artist/illustrator from Brussels who is passionate about street-art, typography, comics,… He finds inspiration from different styles that he mixes with each other. He worked with us back in July to create a huge piece at Dour Festival but he's also the cofounder of the brand Paradox 🔥🔥🔥


Special thanks to Lotto, Slash9 Productions, Stagg Music (official), City of Brussels, C12, Diego Crutzen & Inkut Lab



Eritrean born but Amsterdam based RIMON arrived last year with ‘Grace’​. ​Packed with rare sophisticated confidence, the track was the perfect introduction to the 21-year old artist. Her music is inspired by her own life - the struggles she experienced as a refugee, growing up as a foreigner within Dutch culture, being inspired by the Amsterdam underground music scene and her personal stories of falling in and out of love. RIMON cares about female empowerment. About growth. About telling stories. Her own, but also the stories of voices not so easily heard.

She has released her debut EP ‘BBYGIRL FOCU$’ last November, produced entirely by Samuel Kareem. It is a cohesive, chronological story of love, heartbreak, and growth. An almost therapeutically project to herself, but at the same time very relatable, establishing her potential as one of the upcoming voices of her generation.

For fans of : Mahalia, Ama Lou, Blu Samu, ...

Miss Angell

Angela, aka Ghetto Mami, goes under the alias of Miss Angel. She started as a dancer but started to write in 2016. She realised her heart belonged to music and now her goal is to combine dance and music together in the future at her shows. She’s only been making music since March and has only released a couple of tracks, but people are already eager for more. She defines herself as a hip-hop artist, with some old-school touches and the Nineties era is a big inspiration for her. The clothes, the music, the honesty, the women…

She has a lot of shows coming up. And maybe an EP with all-female artists, because there’s a lot of unknown talent in Belgium and she wants to change that. “The future is definitely female” as she says. This money-making Mami is super ambitious and is certainly going places in the Belgian hip-hop scene.

For fans of : Blu Samu, Mahalia, Ama Lou, ...

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