Karimouche, "Folies Berbères": under the cobblestones, rage
© Tijana Pakic
By: Pascal Paradou
With her latest album, singer Karimouche, a Charente-native of Moroccan origin, oscillates between oriental music and electro.
His texts tinged with devastating humor tackle the great timeless social questions: machismo, paternalism and racism.
was released on January 29, 2021, at AT (h) HOME - Sony Music
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