Exclusive interview with Stromae, tonight on Culture FRL
It’s the best Belgian story.
It’s the story of a boy who wrote and arranged “Cheese” in his bedroom, creating a first album that sold more than 200 000 copies in the world – platinum in France.
It’s the story of the man behind the emblematic “Te Quiero” or “Alors On Danse” tracks, which sold more than 3 million copies and made gold and platinum in 15 countries.
Today, the story continues with a new chapter. His last lessons “Human Overboard” and “They are all the same” rings the alarm; Stromae is back. Since then, the buzz didn’t stop growing: the video for “Formidable” drives the Internet crazy and reaches a 4 million views in only 4 days, while the track “Papaoutai” sets itself as the summer hit. Those titles are included in his latest “Racine Carrée”. He puts his unique recipe into practice more than ever: set down words on heady beats.
Who said the shortest stories are the best?
Guest: Stromae, musician, singer-songwriter.