Maxim Meyer-Horn

20 Mar
Music

Lous and The Yakuza Prepares For Her Debut Album With ‘Solo’

If you’re a frequent reader and read our cover story with Lous and The Yakuza, you’d already know how interesting the upcoming artist from Brussels is. Her first two releases “Dilemme” and “Tous est gore” became hits, with Madonna and Alicia Keys loving the songs so much they even shared it on their socials. As mentioned in our talk, Lous will release two more singles before the highly-anticipated album comes out on June 5th.

The hype around Lous is steadily building up and the music critics are all agreeing that the singer is ‘the next big thing’ to keep an eye on, because of her unique sound. In the past, she has been compared to acts like Stromae, Angèle and Rosalía, so it looks quite good for the 23-year-old artist.

Solo

On her third single, Lous is taking a different path than we’re used of her. The upbeat productions of her first two releases might have hit hard, but the musical production of “Solo” is equally exquisite and slightly reminds of us flamenco music and African culture. In the song, she’s talking about being a black woman in a society where white people have more privileges. The core of the song is definitely the lyrics, but the fantastic production takes it to a higher level. We’ll say it once again, Lous and The Yakuza will take over.

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