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Princess Lover

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Mon soleil Princess Lover 04:18
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Mon soleil Princess Lover 03:40
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Ma Vie

by Axel Tony, Princess Lover

31/08/2023

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Nicole Nérêt was born on September 3, 1978 in Martinique. She had been immersed in music from an early age, alongside her brother Master MX, a dancehall singer from Martinique, and began practicing at the age of 14. Together, they wrote "Inmin", released on the Ragga Sun Hit compilation in 1992, which became an instant hit. Propelled, young Nicole gradually adopted the pseudonym Princess Lover, got used to the stage, then released a new song with her brother, "Jodi", on Ragga Sun Hit 2. She left for France and Paris in 1998, where she joined the Alice Dona school and developed her skills. This new impetus broadened her influences, which extended to R'n'B and zouk, and Princess Lover unveiled three singles under the name Nicole: "Ce Que J'Éprouve", "Tu Me Traites Meilleur" and "La Nuit Tombe De Sommeil". Little by little, the Martinique native found her place in the music world, opening for Patricia Kass, then in 2003 launching her personal project in earnest with Juste Moi... (Part 1), a debut album. Her many musical approaches are felt, and the rhythmic variety of her songs is a crowd-pleaser, such as "Mon Soleil", which went on to become an international hit. After selling several tens of thousands of copies, Princess Lover defended her productions on stage before returning to the studio in 2007 with the album Tous Mes Rêves. This second album, featuring contributions from Master MX, Fally Ipupa and Mokobé, continues to establish the Martinique-born singer as a leading exponent of zouk in the early 2000s.