Entertainment "Mesdames": the strongest album of the new season is signed Grand Corps Malade

19:06  02 july  2020
19:06  02 july  2020 Source:   glamourparis.com

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Since 2018 and the release of Plan B, Grand Corps Malade had moved away from the studios to devote itself to its tour and cinema. He was actually preparing for his return. And what a return! On September 11, 2020, he will release his seventh studio opus, Mesdames . Worn by "Mais je t’aime", the masterful duo shared with Camille Lellouche who already has more than seven million views on YouTube, it promises to be the album of the fall.

The album of multiple femininity

As an introduction to this project, the opus opens on "Mesdames", title which gives its name to the album , and whose clip will be released this Thursday, July 2 2020 at 6 p.m. The only solo song, it allows Fabien Marsaud to explain his approach, not without moving us. "Please accept ladies these few words as a tribute (...) as an honest attempt at repair", he chants from the first minutes. The tone is set and the intentions clear. This album, composed exclusively of female duets, is both poetic and painful. It of course questions the place of women in society but also correctly addresses sorority , love and domestic violence , without falling into pathos. Besides, Grand Corps Malade and its guests also set the future and even containment to music. And where Ladies is surprising is that it is a thousand miles from the cliché albums dedicated to women that previous decades have been able to offer. Although the cliché does not scare the most famous slammer of France. "We can never have enough male shots to deconstruct so I'm really not afraid of falling to the other side," he said.

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Make way for the new French scene

If Grand Corps Malade shares a duet with Véronique Sanson, it especially leaves a special place for the new French scene. Young female artists therefore occupy space. We find Suzane , Louane, Camille Lellouche and the Berthollet sisters, who bring a touch of classical music to the album. The singer-songwriter even invited two (very) young women still little known to the general public. Alicia, to whom we owe Édémwa, a title against domestic violence released in December 2019, and Manon, a slammer spotted during a contest. The electro and dancing sounds, fruit of a successful collaboration with the French DJ Mosimann , come to rhythm the whole with subtlety. It's simple, poetic and overwhelming at the same time. And it marks you deeply.

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