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Louane

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Secret Louane 03:10
Derrière le brouillard Grand Corps Malade, Louane 04:11
Les étoiles Louane 03:27
Pardonne-moi Louane 03:07
Je vole Louane 03:32
Donne-moi ton cœur Louane 03:09
La fille Louane 03:56
Jour 1 Louane 03:16
La beauté (d'être à part) (feat. Louane) Gaëtan Roussel, Louane 04:08
On était beau Louane 03:25

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Louane at Sala Paral·lel 62 (May 17, 2024)
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Biografía

Anne Peichert (born on November 26, 1996), also known as Louane Emera, is a French singer and actress, who rose to prominence after reaching the semi-finals in the second season of reality singing competition The Voice, la plus belle voix. A precocious talent, Peichert got her first taste of recognition on the reality show L’École des stars in 2008 before her big break on The Voice in 2013. Mentored by Louis Bertignac, Peichert quickly became a fan favorite but was eliminated in the semi-finals after her rendition of Carla Bruni’s “Quelqu'un m'a dit.” Her participation on the show launched her to stardom, as she was cast as Paula in Éric Lartigau’s La Famille Bélier (2014), a role that earned her a Most Promising Actress award at the 40th ceremony of The Césars. Peichert also took part in the film’s soundtrack with a cover of Michel Sardou’s “Je vole,” which peaked at Number 2 on the French Singles Chart. The following year, Chambre 12 (2015), her debut album, went straight to Number 1 in France, Belgium, and Switzerland, propelled by the chart-topping single “Avenir.” The LP eventually obtained double diamond certification in her native France and paved the way for Louane (2017), yet another blockbuster of an album that topped the French charts and featured guest appearances by Vianney, Julien Doré, and Loïc Nottet. Almost three years later, Peichert returned with Joie de Vivre (2020), her third full-length, which found the singer steering towards Latin pop music, trap, and hip-hop, as evidenced by the lead single “Donne-moi ton cœur,” written in collaboration with rapper Damso.