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L’Entourloop - Le Savoir Faire

L’Entourloop - Le Savoir Faire

L’Entourloop - Le Savoir Faire

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L’Entourloop’s Le Savoir Faire sounds like wow.

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L’Entourloop - Le Savoir FaireFrench beatmakers and reggae-heads L’Entourloop is back with a brand-new set following their stunning debut album Chickens in Your Town released two years ago.

The overall recipe this time is the same – mixing reggae and dancehall with boom rap. They have cultivated a unique, bass-boosted and urban sound using musical textures from a broad variety of genres.

The intense and colorful sonic landscape on Le Savoir Faire is also spiced with drum & bass, 60s pop and swing jazz. Yes, you read it right. Swing. Check for example Boomblast, Soundbwoy and Mississippi Sleng.

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To create the album they have invited more than 15 different vocalists, including Blackout JA, Skarra Mucci, Troy Berkley, Marina P, Soom T, Ras Demo and Tippa Irie. And these are some epic performances. Listen to Soom T’s fierce delivery on Fonk Monk, N’Zeng’s blazing horn on the title track or Ruffian Rugged’s tongue twisting techniques on Tour  De Force, a cut where four different vocalists trade verses over a bouncy beat filled with sound system sonic gimmicks.

With Le Savoir Faire L’Entourloop has created a playful and clever album taking the very best from reggae, dancehall and hip-hop. A bona-fide head-nodder with absolutely zero dull moments.

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