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Featuring 14 expletive-laden tracks inspired by the mundanity of his middle-class upbringing in rural Normandy, the debut album from controversial rapper Orelsan, Perdu D'Avance, has drawn comparisons with fellow shock-MC Eminem. Released in 2009, three years after the videos he posted on YouTube made him an Internet sensation, the Skread-produced LP features the singles "Changement," "No Life," "Different," and "Soiree Ratee," alongside a collaboration with Guns N' Roses guitarist Ron Thai. ~ Jon O'Brien, Rovi


Born: 01 August 1982 in Caen, France

Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Orelsan is a French hardcore rapper whose full-length debut, the hit album Perdu d'Avance (2009), was the subject of much controversy, with many critics likening him to Eminem. Born Aurélien Cotentin on August 1, 1982, in Caen, France, he listened to rock music as a youth but gravitated toward rap music as he grew older. He made his recording debut in the mid-2000s with a series of underground singles released online; in particular, he used the popular video-sharing websites YouTube and Dailymotion...
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