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Album Review

Released in the week of the first round of the 2012 French Presidential elections, Tout Brule Deja is the timely fourth studio album from the French rap collective renowned for their uncompromising political messages, La Rumeur. Their first release since rapper Hame was acquitted of the libel charges brought against him by Nicolas Sarkozy, the follow-up to 2007's Du Coeur a l'Outrage is still very much an anti-establishment affair, tackling issues such as segregation, discrimination, and police impunity on 13 tracks including the lead single "Hors Sujet." ~ Jon O'Brien, Rovi

Biography

Formed: Paris, France

Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap

Years Active: '90s, '00s

La Rumeur are a French hip-hop quartet with a strong base in the cités (or immigrant suburbs) of Paris, renowned for their politically subversive and confrontational lyrical content. Made up of MCs Ekoué, Hamé, Mourad, and Philippe (all graduates of French universities), La Rumeur identify themselves as not a French rap group, but rather a rap group for black immigrants living in France. They began recording and releasing their material independently in the late '90s. Their debut EP, Le Poison d'Avril,...
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