Who See
Who See

Who See

MNEHip Hop, Alternative Hip Hop
53,964 monthly listeners
  • 28.1K followers
  • 112K subscribers
  • 15.3K followers
  • 19.7K fans

Who See's Top Spotify Songs

1
Artist Name
Bar - Bari
11.1K streams
2
Artist Name
Pucačina Po Budvi
11K streams
3
Artist Name
Dje Se Kupaš
9.2K streams
4
Artist Name
Mediteran
5.6K streams
5
Artist Name
Naselje
5K streams
11.1K
Streams last week
11K
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9.2K
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5.6K
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5K
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Naselje

Who See
4K
Streams last week
3.8K
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3.5K
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2.8K
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2.8K
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Who See's YouTube Videos

15.1M
Views

Who See - Pucačina po Budvi feat. Random, Iva

WhoSeeKlapa

Who See - Pucačina po Budvi feat. Random, Iva
Youtube
15.1M views
Jun 28, 2017
14.1M
Views
Who See - Đe se kupaš (Official Video)
Youtube
14.1M views
Sep 28, 2014
10.9M
Views

Who See - Bar - Bari feat. Marija Božović

WhoSeeKlapa

Who See - Bar - Bari  feat. Marija Božović
Youtube
10.9M views
Feb 29, 2012

Who See's Top Spotify Playlists in the past 3 Months

1
Artist Name
Balkan Trap
by Spotify
7.1K
Followers

Who See's Chart Ranks

Past 12 Months

Events9 Events

Jun
10-11
Garden of Dreams
Bosnia and Herzegovina
BIH
, SarajevoN/A N/A
Past
Aug
26-28
Sea Dance
Montenegro
MNE
, Buljarica BeachN/A N/A
Past
Aug
13-15
OK Fest
Bosnia and Herzegovina
BIH
, FocaN/A N/A
Past
Aug-Sep
30-01
Sea Dance
Montenegro
MNE
, Buljarica BeachN/A N/A
Past
Aug
01-04
Bedem Fest
Montenegro
MNE
, NiksicN/A N/A
Past

Who See's Past Events9 Events

  • Garden of Dreams festival

    Tom Odell, Chris Liebing, Âme, Recondite, Who See, Vojko V, Echonomist, Woo York, Artan Lili, Ruede Hagelstein, Kristijan Molnar, After Affair, Goran Emkic, Ena Smajic, Velahavle, Adnoir, Luka Čikić
    BIH, Sarajevo
    Small
  • Sea Dance festival

    SHOUSE, Mahmut Orhan, Senidah, Nina Kraviz, Crni Cerak, Dubioza kolektiv, Anfisa Letyago, Mind Against, Lacku, Mimi Mercedez, Who See, Ilija Djokovic, Marko Louis, Konstrakta, Coeus, tam, Marko Nastic, J Joy, Katarina Bogicevic Kejt, 84Bit, Human Rias, Buba, Mr Lekka, P.S., Marc Stan, Nikola Šoć, Lerr, Micka Lifa, Rudhaman, Soft 85, Pim Secle, Branko Vukovic, Oak Brothers, Mandozica, Satie, Proximus, Da Wreck, Double Needle Project, John-K, Sen Oliver, Doshljak, Iks-Oks, Pelzensers, Burkakke, Budo Šuković, Mr. Mips, Mallex Marrero, Marko Pajković, CHBX, Nessuno, DJ Alex Mark, DJ Dirty
    MNE, Buljarica Beach
    Medium
  • OK Fest festival

    Bajaga i Instruktori, Who See, Van Gogh, Brkovi, Hladno Pivo, Mortal Kombat, TBF, Buč Kesidi, Zoster, Petar Dundov, Darko Rundek, Ritam Nereda, Mladen Tomic, Goran Bare & Majke, Atheist Rap, Sinisa Tamamovic, Marko Nastic, Kanda, Kodža i Nebojša, Nebs Jack, Marina Karamarko, Love Hunters, Sopot, Alexander G, Toni Juranovic, Moreuz
    BIH, Foca
    Medium
  • Sea Dance festival

    David Guetta, Robin Schulz, Ofenbach, Disciples, Senidah, Eelke Kleijn, Richie Hawtin, Sven Väth, Fox, Lovra, Surreal, Recondite, Đorđe a.k.a Klinac, Who See, Divolly & Markward, Kuku$, Helena Hauff, Mirko & Meex, Gaiser, Darko Rundek, Danny Cruz, Mark Funk, Marko Nastic, Galoski, Bekfleš, Tijana T, Ela Van Wolf, AudioStorm, Wreckvge, Mario Eddie, Haris, Dirty, Darko Milošević, Buba, Mr Lekka, P.S., Kraundler, Popi Divine, Vanyano, Vill & Vash, Wags, Rosske, Skeptik, Stevan Mandić, Sabinaa, Oak Brothers, Techa, Proximus, Double Needle Project, SMT#nG, Mili Sefić, Rayo, Techno Klinika, DJ Oysha, Davor Billyc, Luka Tarle, Mr. Fanatik, Nikola Vuković, Budo Šuković, Mr. Mips, Feđa Božović, Lazar Nikolić, Facho, Jan de R, DJ Other Half, Leo Fragogiannis, DJ Diktator, DJ Todor, DJ Skinny, DJ Darkwave, Fat Mendoza Special Aerobic DJ set, Tomash, _Djura, DJ Popsy, DJ Wooxa, Lutemania, DJ Atomic Playboy, Prodžekt Sataraš, Hazze DJ Set, Chill Out Zone Mix, Hazze
    MNE, Buljarica Beach
    Medium
  • Bedem Fest festival

    Who See, Partibrejkers, Darko Rundek, Svemirko, Bojana Vunturišević, E-Play, Dr Nele Karajlić, Kanda, Kodža i Nebojša, Eva Braun, Đorđe Miljenović, Madame Piano, Dingospo Dali, Dragoljub Djuričić, Dejan Vizant, Lagana Sreda, Vrulja
    MNE, Niksic
    Medium

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More about Who See

Overview of Alternative Hip Hop musician Who See

In the alternative hip-hop scene, the Montenegrin hip-hop duo Who See has been making waves. Dedduh and Noyz, the group's two members, have been working on musical projects together since 2005. Their distinctive sound distinguishes them from other hip hop artists thanks to the way they combine hip hop with traditional Montenegrin music.

The ability of Who See to combine their Montenegrin heritage into their music distinguishes them and gives their music a unique, modern tone. They use their music to address topics of identity, community, and social challenges. Their music is a representation of their cultural identity. Their music combines traditional Balkan music with hip-hop, reggae, and other genres to produce a distinctive and entrancing sound.

The music of Who See is a testament to how hip hop can bridge cultural gaps and unite people. Their distinctive style has gained them a devoted following both at home and abroad, and their music is a reflection of the rich cultural legacy of Montenegro. Who See is a must-listen for everyone who wants to learn more about the alternative hip-hop culture.

What are the most popular songs for Alternative Hip Hop musician Who See?

The Montenegrin hip-hop duo Who See is responsible for a lot of well-known Alternative Hip-Hop songs. One of their best songs is "De Se Kupas," and others include "Naselje," "Nemam Ti Kad," "Reggaeton Montenegro," "Koji Sam Ja Meni Kralj," "Nisam Doma," "Sto Pijes Kad Ti Skodi," "Bojana," "Dinamida," and "Kroz Grad."

Popular song "De Se Kupas" has a catchy tune, powerful percussion, and witty lyrics. The duo is from Montenegro, and the song's title, "Where Do You Swim," refers to the coastline there. Another well-liked song, "Naselje," has a slower beat and a more reflective tone. The lyrics discuss the difficulties of growing up in a working-class area.

Another noteworthy track is "Nemam Ti Kad," which combines electronic and traditional Balkan instrumentation and has a chorus that is both depressing and inspiring. While "Reggaeton Montenegro" is a lighthearted song that combines Reggaeton and Balkan folk music, "Koji Sam Ja Meni Kralj" is a harder-hitting song that highlights the duo's lyrical prowess.

With a significant emphasis on creative lyrics and appealing melodies, Who See's music is generally a singular fusion of traditional Balkan sounds and contemporary Hip Hop beats. Their music has a wide audience and has aided in the growth of the Balkan and Montenegrin Hip Hop scenes.

What are the latest songs and music albums for Alternative Hip Hop musician Who See?

The Montenegrin hip-hop duo Who See, whose 2017 album "Pamidore" was released, has been making waves in the music business. The music on the album is a blend of hip hop and alternative hip hop, while the lyrics discuss both public issues and individual experiences. Songs like "Vidi nane" and "Krivolov" highlight the duo's distinctive sound and inspirational sentiments.

Who See has recently released a lot of singles in addition to their album. The 2020 song "Idu dani" has a lively tune and lyrics about going after your ambitions and living life to the fullest. Another great tune from 2020, "Ne bih se mijenja (Rootsinsession Remix)" has a mellow reggae-inspired beat and thoughtful lyrics.

Overall, Who See never ceases to dazzle with their unique sound and poignant lyrics. Hip-hop and alternative hip-hop music lovers will both enjoy their most recent album, "Pamidore," and singles like "Vidi nane" and "Krivolov." Future releases from this exceptional pair should be on your radar.

Which are the most important music performances and festival appearances for Alternative Hip Hop musician Who See?

The alternative hip hop duo from Kotor, Montenegro, known as Who See, has performed at a number of festivals over the course of their career. The Exit Festival in Novi Sad, Serbia, is one of the most notable events they have played. They have given numerous performances there, most recently in 2012, 2014, and 2017. The group's performance of "Reggaeton Montenegro," a smash song, at the 2012 event was favorably received by the audience. Their dynamic stage presence and distinctive fusion of contemporary hip hop and traditional Montenegrin music were on full display during the performance.

The Sea Dance Festival in Budva, Montenegro, is a different festival where Who See has played. In 2014, they gave a performance at the festival and promoted their most recent record, "Nemam ti kad." Fans responded well to the record, and their appearance at the festival cemented their reputation as one of the most distinctive and avant-garde hip-hop acts in the area.

Along with these events, Who See has also performed at the Fresh Wave Festival, OK Fest, and Bedem Fest in Herceg Novi, Niksic, and Niksic, respectively. Who See has routinely provided high-energy performances at major festivals, showcasing their capacity to meld conventional Montenegrin music with modern hip hop. They have become recognized as one of the most interesting and cutting-edge hip hop artists in the Balkans thanks to their distinctive sound and style.

Overall, Who See has exhibited their distinctive style and sound to audiences all around the world by being a prominent presence at numerous festivals throughout their career. Their appearances at events like Exit Festival and Sea Dance have contributed to establishing them as one of the most interesting and cutting-edge hip hop artists in the area.

Which are the most important collaborations with other musicians for Alternative Hip Hop musician Who See?

The Montenegrin hip hop duo Who See has worked with other musicians to produce some of Alternative Hip Hop's most significant musical collaborations. One of their best joint efforts is "Nemam Ti Kad" with Sean Price, which has a retro sound and scathing lyrics. The song exemplifies Who See's distinct approach by fusing contemporary Hip Hop with classical Balkan music. Fans of both singers should give Sean Price's contribution a listen because it lends the song some credibility.

The Serbian band S.A.R.S. and their cooperation on "Bojana" is another noteworthy one. The song is ideal for a party because it has a catchy chorus and an upbeat tune. S.A.R.S.'s voice and Who See's verses combine flawlessly to produce a pleasing sound. The song is a terrific illustration of how various genres may converge to produce something wholly original and pleasurable.

Another noteworthy collaboration is "Daj Ga Na Gas" with Frenkie. The song has an intense tempo and insightful lyrics that discuss social and political topics. Who See and Frenkie's lines combine flawlessly to create a song that is both catchy and deep.

Overall, Who See's artistic collaborations demonstrate their diversity and capacity to collaborate with musicians of many genres and backgrounds. They have become more well-known thanks to their partnerships, both within Montenegro and in the larger Hip Hop scene.