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Angèle

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Fever Dua Lipa, Angèle 02:36
Oui ou non Angèle 03:16
Balance ton quoi Angèle 03:08
Libre Angèle 02:44
CP_009_ Évidemment Orelsan, Angèle 03:26
Démons Angèle, Damso 04:11
Flou Angèle 03:15
Les matins Angèle 02:53
SEMPRE / JAMAIS Mahmood, Angèle 03:12
La thune Angèle 03:22

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In the world of French and Belgian pop, the young Belgian pop singer Angèle Van Laeken (December 3, 1995) became the biggest breakout artist of 2018 when her single "Tout oublier" spent nine weeks at Number 1. The single features her brother Roméo, better known as the rapper Roméo Elvis, and the siblings proved to be a winning combination when the single rocketed up the Belgian charts making it the surprise success of 2018. Van Laeken comes from a family of well-known Belgian performers for her father is Serge Van Laken, better known as the singer-songwriter Marka, and her mother is the actress Laurence Bibot.

In her early teens, Van Laeken began posting material on social media, often mixing singing with comedy elements. She released her debut single "La Loi de Murphy" in 2017 which garnered millions of views on video-sharing sites and reached the Top 5 on the domestic charts. In 2018, she released two further singles but it wasn't until the duet with her brother came out in the latter part of the year that her career really took off.

In 2019, her single "Balance ton quoi" also topped the charts and was certified platinum in the process. After featuring on Dua Lipa's "Fever," included in the English singer's 2020 album Future Nostalgia, Angèle returned to the top of the charts with her sophomore effort Nonante-Cinq in 2021. Released simultaneously with the album, the single "Démons" featured rapper Damso and peaked at Number 16 on the French Singles Chart.