One day I will write...

We were excited to produce and create the vision for Freddy's "Comme un enfoiré" ("Like a bastard"), We discovered him with "Mes couleurs", a first album in a soulful vein directed by Guillaume Poncelet (Michel Jonasz, Gaël Faye, Ben Mazué, Oxmo Puccino), Freddy returns with "Un jour j'écrirai", a new classy production where mix soul, jazz, blues and hip-hop.

The perfect mix.

African-American music & French songs

The Parisian is challenged to offer us the missing link between these two worlds. His sharp feather, his songwriting skills and his sense of groove, distil something unique to create resolutely contemporary French jazz and soul songs.

Through his compositions, he also evokes the influences of American artists like Sam Cooke, D'Angelo, Raphael Saadiq or Pharrell Williams and also French singers since Freddy was scored by Claude Nougaro or Serge Gainsbourg ...

Irony of everyday life

From the heady single "Like a bastard (J'taffe)" (Belroselax) to the amazing "One day I'll write", duet with Ben l'oncle Soul (with whom he wrote the 4 times platinum hit "Soulman"), Freddy signs a true declaration of love to the Black-American Music and the French song.

A breath of fresh air

Freddy puts all his heart, his smiles and his eyes on the hassle and the small details of existence to make special moments, moments that did not seem to matter but become everything under his eyes.