“Diamond Rock”, Kalash’s new album, will be released on November 1st.
Dancehall Vocodé, Trap Creole and Reggae Daddy: The singer Martinique Kalash shakes the codes in his fifth album Diamond Rock . In the ferries he detonated on 1 November by his special guests.
In addition to the holdings of Satori and Mavado, MS Banks, Crayon and Dadju, Kalash continued on the King of the Trap, Gucci Mane, who accompanies him on the play Flair . “ It happened by accident ,” smiled Martinique, who met two of the producers of American Avenue Montaigne. “ One has the same love for the trap and a relationship to the jewels, to bling it is the connection between the street and the music, it is garbage, but it is poetry ”
He reformed his duet with the Belgian-Congolese rapper Damso for the plays Praliné and JTC : “ We have a real friendly relationship, we even have seven or eight pieces that have not yet been released “. Together, they made Mwaka Moon their most watched tune on YouTube (230 million views since their release in 2017).
We will recall the presence of the hooded Kalash Criminel for Polemic a play about neocolonialism. “ It made us laugh to collect the two Kalash because people say we have a fight over our names ,” laughs the West Indian. “ As a rapper denouncing discrimination, I knew he would get caught up in the hardcore trap of the song, but also that he would deliver a message
C & # 39; lies at the foot of Diamond Rock, a small island in southwestern Martinique that was completed Diamond Rock . “ We left the studios, I was sitting on a bed with a microphone ” says the author of Mada (nickname of Martinique), the flagship of the album. “ Elsewhere, I would not have begun the piece when I’m a Nigga from Mada,” estimates the former Boy from the difficult regions of Fort-de-France.
Martiniquan flags and giant rodeo Avenue Sainte-Thérèse, his clip released on October 4, is a Ho to his city and its inhabitants. 500 people, including 300 bikers, participated spontaneously, such as the one who feels “ a prophet in the West Indies, with the responsibility that comes with it: when it falls on them, it falls on you “. A reference to the statements of a police unionist who denounced the patron of the musician whom he had sampled in Mada
. When some titles were partly sung in Creole ( Divine Ghetto Life ), the album is not just a homecoming. Kalash has put his idiot trap and his voced dancehall into the service of less dancefloor-oriented titles than Mwaka Moon his last platinum album in 2018. He leaves a beautiful place to love songs ( Consequences Nossa Elvira or melancholic ( Victim Maria ) and raises his serious voice to the staggered tempo of Jah respecting the codes of classical reggae and barely betrayed by some vocoder keys.
The 31-year-old artist, who released her first album in 2010, deals with celebrity themes and its consequences, as in Salam : “Some would be ready to kill for a few nights in my ha ut to live. But they would be surprised at the weight that carries my shoulders. ”
It is believed that artists live the life they show on Instagram, but I will not show that I am in my bedroom cry or my kids miss “says the man with 1.1 million subscribers to the social network, and according to which their” health “or” justice “issues may be” increased tenfold “by the celebrity.