Def Rhymz

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Def Rhymz.

Def Rhymz (real name: Dennis Douwe Bouman, born July 13, 1970 in Paramaribo) is a Dutch rapper best known for his humouristic raps. He was the first Dutch rapper ever to hit the number 1 spot on the Dutch charts, with two songs: Doekoe in 1999[1] and Schudden in 2001.

Bouman went on to collaborate with the otherwise English-language trio Postmen on a cover-version of De Bom, the chart-topping 1982-hit by pop/reggae-band Doe Maar for inclusion on a tribute-album.

Besides performing, Bouman also works as a head-chef.

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