In just a month, the Villette Sonique festival will have everyone dancing under the pavilions of the Parc de la Villette. Paris Lights Up is happy to be partnering with this staple of Eastern Paris’ musical scene, and we’re offering you an opportunity to win two tickets for the June 7th concert!
Fourteen years after its debut, Villette Sonique is staying true to its roots and featuring both “emerging artists and the biggest names of the indie scene.” Among the guests this year is the gifted Danny Brown, a fresh voice of Detroit hip hop. He will be on the stage of Périphérique, “a new venue dedicated to urban experiences,” along with three American and British artists.
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The June 7th show will feature hip hop artists from Compton, Detroit and London.
Friday, June 7th • 7:30pm • Périphérique
Danny Brown + BbyMutha + Channel Tres + Shygirl
After releasing four studio albums and several mixtapes, Detroit native Danny Brown has gained international recognition as a maverick of US hip hop. Three years after the release of “Atrocity Exhibition”, the gifted rapper is making a comeback with his new project “U Know What I’m Sayin’?”.
After making her mark in 2014 on New York producer LSDXOXO’s mixtape Whorecore, Brittnee Moore aka BbyMutha decided to fully embrace her rap career. Originally from Tennessee and the mother of two pairs of twins, she recently gained recognition in the New York underground hip hop scene with her EP “Flow Kit: Blk”, where she evokes motherhood in the style of rap.
Among the likes of artists such as Kehlani and Shamir, the California native Channel Tres has found his own echoing the traditions of the Detroit and Chicago house. A newcomer to the American label Godmode, Channel Tres creates hypnotizing electro beats fusioned with West Coast rap – for eclectic clubbing hits.
Contrary to her stage name, Blane Muise’s music is far from shy. With radical instrumentation that combines grime, garage and industrial music, the southeast London singer/DJ distinguishes herself with captivating diction. Her first EP “Cruel Practice,” released in May 2018, has been a hit in the clubs of the British capital.
Illustrations : Villette Sonique © Ricardo Cavolo / © Danny Brown