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Le chant des sirènes

Orelsan

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Described as France's answer to Eminem, Normandy rapper Aurelien Cotentin, aka Orelsan, proved he was just as capable of creating controversy as his U.S. counterpart with the leaked track "Sale Pute," a misogynistic tale of domestic violence that had everyone from women's rights groups to the Culture Minister calling for his music to be banned. Perhaps burned by the hostile response, his second album, Le Chant des Sirènes, slightly tones down his venom-spitting persona in favor of a more mature and reflective approach that largely deals with the pressures of his notorious rise to fame. Despite this less vitriolic lyrical stance, the album's sound is still just as dark as 2009 debut Perdu d'Avance, as Skread's claustrophobic production shifts from industrial dubstep ("Raelsan," "Mauvaise Idée") to aggressive crunk (Gringe collaboration "Ils Sont Cools") to nocturnal Streets-esque suburban rap ("Finir Mal") throughout, while even its poppier moments such as the Timbaland-inspired title track, the clattering R&B of "Si Seul" (featuring a rare melodic lead vocal from Orelsan), and the low-key acoustic hip-pop of "La Morale" are laced with a sense of melancholy that suggests the past two years have hit the 29-year-old hard. Elsewhere, the authentic old-skool vinyl-scratching pastiche of "1990" and the bizarre fusion of twinkling music boxes, nursery rhyme melodies, and childlike vocals on "La Petite Marchande de Porte-Clefs" briefly lighten the mood, while there are flashes of his former self on his biting attack on Parisian society, "Suicide Social." But while Le Chant des Sirènes is unlikely to make as many headlines as his previous output, it's an inventive if admittedly downbeat progression suggesting that the enfant terrible of French rap might be growing up. ~ Jon O'Brien, Rovi

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Consistant and Creative! / Cohérent et Créatif!

This CD is the creative, artistic sort of production we have come to expect from Orelsan. It is easier to count the number of tracks that are just average, than it is to count the tracks that are exceptional; this is usually a good sign for any CD. He branches out a bit on this album; experimenting with some new moods and subject matter. However, at the same time, he has not ventured so far off that he has abandoned the sound/topics that earned him world renown and brought him a multilingual audience. Still has the same Eminem-esque flow, same lyrical genius. This is a great CD and well worth the buy.

Lourddddd!!!!

Tres bon album. Le meillieur d'orelsan!! J kiffe!!

Awesome!!!!

This album is so good!! Keep up the good work Orelsan!!! And come to America soon 😜😘

Biografía

Nacido/a: Caen, France, 01 de agosto de 1982

Género: Hip-Hop/Rap

Años de actividad: '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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