🎼 Today we present the young French rapper Lala &ce, originally from Lyon but exiled in London. Her influences mean that she has no boundaries in the languages she sings, switching from English to French all the time. This young woman brings a breath of fresh air to French rap with trap and afro influences, all in a very liquid and mumble style.
We present you today her track ''Parapluie'' wich means ''Umbrella'' in the german studio of @colorsxstudios
👊 Look forward to to discover her live show ''Dans le club'' on Monday 21st June at 8pm on the Alliance Francaise Kampala networks. Stay Tuned ! 🔊 ... See MoreSee Less
Bonjour ! Ça va ? comme ci comme ça? Don't let this new lockdown slow you down. French classes are still going strong online. Check our calendar for the new intakes coming soon and register on our website: afkampala.org/registration... See MoreSee Less
On 21 June, in France and around the world, we celebrate music as part of World Music Day. 🎼 Unfortunately, due to the health situation, we had to postpone the collaborative concert initially planned online between Alicia. and Ssewa Ssewa & Janzi Band. We will keep you informed in the coming weeks of a rescheduled date, hopefully with an audience!
However, we will always find a way to introduce new sounds and artists. Thanks to the catalogue of the Institut Francais, we are offering 3 live performances online from Saturday 19th June to Monday 21st June. The links will be available on our social networks - Stay Tuned! 📣
Saturday 19th june - 8pm ➡️ Michael Canitrot at the Château de Vincennes - (FRA - Electronic - Live in Vincennes's Castle)
Sunday 20th june - 8pm ➡️ Drawing concert by Rokia Traoré and Rubén Pellejero (MALI / SPAIN - World Music and drawing)
Monday 21st june - 8pm ➡️ Lala &ce - Dans le club (FRA - Liquid Hip-Hop)
Fatou Diome, a very talented french- senegalese writer whose work explores the status of immigrants and minorities in France and Europe in general. She also questions the relationship between France and Africa. She also advocates for women rights through her books wherein women are celebrated.