Frans Duijts is a Dutch pop vocalist who broke to mainstream achievement in 2008 using the strike one “Jij Denkt Maar Dat Jij Alles Mag Truck Mij.” Delivered on, may 10, 1979, in Tiel, Netherlands, he’s greatly inspired by levenslied star André Hazes, a celebrated Dutch vocalist who passed away in 2004. Certainly, Duijts’ first main strike one was a cover edition of Hazes’ 1986 tune “Jij Denkt Maar Dat Jij Alles Mag Truck Mij.” Released within a four-song EP in 2008, the tune was a high 40 strike one for Duijts, as well as the follow-up one, “Komt Er Voor Mij Dan Ook ‘n Dag,” was a straight bigger strike, reaching the Best 20. On the other hand, Duijts released the full-length record Zo Ben Ik Mezelf (2008) on Captain Rob Information. The record spawned a few additional singles, the very best 30 strikes “Lieveling” and “Nee, Niet Zeggen Hoe Ik Leven Moet.” Amid this achievement, an record of old Duijts materials, Denken Dat Je Alles Mag… (2009), was also released by Captain Rob Information. The album contains the previously released one “Samen Op Het Strand,” a strike for Duijts back 2007.