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Album Review

Grand Corps Malade's second album, Enfant de la Ville (2008) is the follow-up to the French rapper's Victoires de la Musique award-winning full-length debut, Midi 20 (2006). S Petit Nico, who produced the bulk of Midi 20, has less of a hand in the beatmaking here. He produces just a handful of tracks. Highlights include "Je Viens de Là," "Comme une Évidence," and "Du Côté Chance."


Genre: French Pop

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Grand Corps Malade was the alias of French rapper and urban poet Fabien Marsaud, a product of Paris' tough northern suburb Seine-Saint-Denis born July 31, 1977. A diving accident suffered on his 20th birthday left Marsaud permanently disabled, inspiring the Grand Corps Malade moniker -- roughly translated, the name means "Large Sick Body" -- and forcing upon him the omnipresent crutch that would become a signature element of his stage act. Upon discovering "slam poetry" in 2003, Marsaud began writing...
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