Jeune A La Retraite - Féfé Reviews
Description:Genre: Hip-Hop & Rap / Artist: Féfé / Audio CD released 2009-10-19 by Blue Wrasse
Newest Review: ... how Féfé is fed up with the clichés which surround those who live in the French suburbs. Uplifting, gripping and beautifully ... more
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by - written on 09/07/10 (Very useful, 76 readings)
Fresh, unique and featuring slick raps from one of the founding members of the Saian Supa Crew, 'Jeune à la Retraite' by Féfé is a masterclass in modern rap, fusing blues, rap and hip-hop influences into something you've never heard before. Sung in his native French, the album is better understood by a French speaker but is just as enjoyable for those who have no prior knowledge of French. 'Jeune à la retraite' kicks off the album in majestic fashion, bursting into life immediately with Féfé's trademark rap style roaring into action at once. A smart riff and simple drum-beat accompanies the well-timed rap offensive, and the album reaches an ideal peace ... Read the complete review
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