Inspired and danceable poetry
With "Dilemme," her first single that changed her and her fans' lives, she has been attracting our well-deserved attention since 2019. Last week, she launched her second album with absolute class, with "Hiroshima" as a catchy single that reaffirms her inexhaustible talent. Lous and The Yakuza announces a new series of concerts, including an exclusive performance at AB.
Since her debut, the Belgian-Congolese singer has intrigued and charmed. Her work, recognized in Belgium and beyond, is universal and makes language and cultural barriers disappear. In 2020, she blew away critics and audiences with her first album "Gore," produced by Spanish producer El Guincho (known for his work with Rosalía) and immediately established herself as the new Belgian pop sensation. Her charisma, melodies and lyrics are the equivalent of a unique personality and guarantee inspired and danceable poetry. Lous and The Yakuza is in demand, playing a series of concerts and on the posters of the best festivals (Dour, Core). With hit-sensitive album "iota," her new full-length released last Friday, Lous strips away all labels and delivers twelve quality pop RnB songs full of eclecticism, rap and Japanese rhythms. With her intelligence, sincerity and honesty, she manages to touch everyone in their feels. Don't miss the chance to see Lous and The Yakuza on stage at AB.
Concert Pictures © Daria Miasoedova