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2009, Stromae – “Alors on danse”

Paul Van Haver, better known as Stromae (1985-) is a Belgian singer-writer. He has distinguished himself in both hip hop and electronic music. He first became famous with the song “Alors on danse” (So We Dance). It was released in 2009 in Belgium and in 2010 in the rest of Europe. The song reached number one in Belgium, Albania, […]

2003, Irie Révoltés – “Soleil”

Irie Révoltés is a German group of nine musicians formed in 2000. Their music has influences of Reggae, Ragga, Ska, Dancehall, as well as touches of hip-hop. The word Irie means joyful, happy in Jamaican Creole. Their lyrics are written in French and German. Verifying their status of “Révoltés” (Rebellious) the group members are involved […]

2003, In-Grid – “Tu es foutu” (with an exercise)

In-Grid is the stage name of Ingrid Emiliana Alberini (1978-), an Italian dancer and singer-songwriter. She is best known for her 2003 international club smash “Tu es foutu” (you are screwed/finished). The song was a big hit in Europe, Russia, Australia, Latin America and in the United States, where it reached #4 on the Billboard […]

2000, Java – “Et Dieu créa la flemme”

Java is a French rap group, formed in 1997 and currently composed of François Xavier Bossard (accordion/keyboard), Erwan Seguillon (singer/songwriter), Jérôme Boivin (double bass) and Alexis Bossard (drums).
The band is famous for its lyrics that contain a lot of puns, and for its musette musical style, using accordions. “Et Dieu créa la flemme” is a […]