Angèle is a secretive. She had been careful until now to say that the reissue of her album Ninety-five, called Ninety-five, the sequel, would contain a new featuring. After Damso on “Démons”, Orelsan can be heard on the disc to be released on November 18. The tracklisting of the album announces the heavyweight of French rap on a title entitled “Évidemment”.
The duo will also find themselves on the reissue of Civilization d’Orelsan to be published on October 28th. Exchange of good practices and what to boost the sales of each of the discs concerned. The rapper and the Brussels woman do double duty.
Five other songs are added to the original version of ninety-five, including the recently unveiled single “Amour, hatred & danger”, as well as an orchestral version of “Démons”. The other songs are called: “Promise me”, “Patrick” and “Time will do things”.
This Friday morning at 11 am, it was the rush on the official online store of Angèle. It was at this time that pre-orders opened for Ninety-five, the sequel. Fans rushed to get the gifts that Angèle had unveiled the day before on Instagram. The packages including a meeting with the singer (limited to 10 copies) left in less time than it takes to tell; Ditto for those giving access to a private showcase organized on December 8 at Parc Astérix. In less than a quarter of an hour, the other lots with exclusive t-shirts and unpublished autographed posters had also vanished.
At the time of writing these lines, there are “only” the packs left offering an EP with 5 covers from the 90s (baptized five-ninety) and the packs adding a CD version of these same titles made by hand by Angèle.