Congolese Rapper "Lous and the Yakuza" Releases her first Album "Gore"

November 13, 2020 | By

She wanted to be one of the few black women to break through in French song. And she succeeded. Today, the Belgian-Congolese rapper and model Lous (and the Yakuza) is releasing her first album, reflecting her hilly personal journey. An intimate but necessary album, which sends strong messages as in her title "Quatre heures du matin", where she describes an aggression in the street.

Lous wanted to make a solo album where no artist appears at her side, not even the rapper Hamza who appeared a few weeks ago on "Laisse-moi".
In any case, the future is very promising for the young singer who has so much to tell us.

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