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Album Review

Continuing to defy the critics who scoffed at his transition from tennis player to pop star, Frontières is the eighth studio album from former French Open champion Yannick Noah. Fusing rock, reggae, and chanson pop, the follow-up to 2006's Charango includes tributes to his adopted hometown of New York ("Ma Pomme") and African-American human rights activist Angela Davis ("Angela"), alongside a duet with Paris-born Nigerian singer/songwriter Asa ("Hello"). ~ Jon O'Brien, Rovi


Born: 18 May 1960 in Sedan, Ardennes, France

Genre: French Pop

Years Active: '00s, '10s

While much of the globe remembers Yannick Noah as the dreadlocked tennis champion who claimed the 1983 French Open title, in his native France he is also a major pop music star. The son of famed footballer Zacharie Noah, he was born in Sedan, France, on May 18, 1960, but spent much of his childhood in his father's native Cameroon. Despite his affection for Jimi Hendrix and Bob Marley, Noah chose to pursue sports over music, proving especially gifted as a tennis player. In time he captured the attention...
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