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Album Review

Continuing his uncompromising and revolutionary lyrical approach, French-Algerian urban poet Nadir Kouidri, aka Ridan, offers his unique take on a whole host of issues including anti-capitalism, political corruption, and racism on his fourth studio album, Madame la République. Inspired by the classic chansons of Georges Brassens, Serge Gainsbourg, and Jacques Brel, the follow-up to 2009's L'un Est l'Autre includes the single "Ah Les Salauds." ~ Jon O'Brien, Rovi

Biography

Genre: French Pop

Years Active: '00s

A French rapper known for using the local street slang dubbed "verlan" -- a style where syllables are inverted like in backslang or pig Latin -- Ridan came to fame in 2004, the year he released his debut album, Le Rêve Ou la Vie, which featured the hit single "Le Quotidien." Three years later he returned with L'Ange de Mon Démon, a much more serious...
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