Brol La Suite


 Angele Brol La Suite
  • CD1: 1. La thune
  • CD1: 2. Balance ton quoi
  • CD1: 3. Jalousie
  • CD1: 4. Tout oublier - Featuring Roméo Elvis
  • CD1: 5. La loi de Murphy
  • CD1: 6. Nombreux
  • CD1: 7. Victime des réseaux
  • CD1: 8. Les matins
  • CD1: 9. Je veux tes yeux
  • CD1: 10. Ta reine
  • CD1: 11. Flemme
  • CD1: 12. Flou
  • CD1: 13. Perdus
  • CD1: 14. Oui ou non
  • CD1: 15. Insomnies
  • CD1: 16. Tu me regardes
  • CD1: 17. J’entends
  • CD1: 18. Que du love (feat. Kiddy Smile)
  • CD1: 19. Ta reine (version orchestrale)

Brol is an album that mirrors who this singer truly is. At just 22, Angele displays incredible maturity in tackling themes that have been covered countless times through song, such as jealousy, love and happiness. Her work examines the times she lives in and looks back over her past mistakes: from blow-drys gone wrong thanks to 'La loi de Murphy' (Murphy's Law) to the existential matter of the pursuit of happiness ("Melancholy's not on trend," she says in 'Tout Oublier') via the virtual dictatorships of social media, with easy likes adorning walls of glory ('Victime des Réseaux'). Simultaneously candid and acerbic, 'La Thune' deplores the age of celebrity and bling culture with a subtle helping of self-deprecation. In 'Balance ton Quoi', she lets it all out, urging sexists in hushed, whispered tones to "go f.... themselves", set against a poppy back beat. Angele is a spokeswoman for her generation, fluid and all-encompassing, a pick-and-mix artist working in a world in which musical genres are a distant memory. Pop, rap and electro are all thrown into her musical blender: Brol is set to be this year's freshest, smoothest album yet.


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