Anthony Pengel (born July 10, 1976), better known as U-Niq, is a Dutch rapper from Rotterdam. He was part of the rap group Most Official.
Originally interested in football (he was a youth player for Feyenoord), U-Niq began rapping at age 13, influenced by Rakim and Big Daddy Kane. His 1999 debut album Married to Music was released by Sony. While spending some time in jail (he did not disclose why, and says he was acquitted), he decided to rap in Dutch; his first Dutch-language album, Rotterdam, was released by Dutch hip-hop label TopNotch and contained the singles "Rotterdam" and "Klein klein jongetje".