Interview: Rapper French Rilès Dispels Myths And Spits Bars

HipHop News Posted on April 24, 2019 at 3:16am

Interview: Rapper French Rilès Dispels Myths And Spits Bars

#DXCLUSIVE: The French rapper says that Hip Hop is "universal".

New York, NY – the Accommodation of his listening party at Quad Studios in New York City is a bold move...especially if you know your Hip Hop history.

For what it's worth, Algeria-by-way-of-France rapper Rilès know your Hip Hop history, and seems humble — intimidated, even — in this energetically charged place to host the listening party for his upcoming album debut on Republic Records, a division of Universal Records. .centered-ad {

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"This is unbelievable," he says to HipHopDX exclusively. "I never thought that you would be here."

By "here", of course, refers not only in the City of New York — not only in Quad Studios — but having a rap career that he used to dream about when he was growing up in Rouen, a small town situated on the River Seine, in northern France. Born Rilès Kacimi, the growth of the Hip-Hop star was quick to point out that, despite the American stereotype of France being nothing but baguettes, fine film


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