Lous and The Yakuza
Lous and the Yakuza is an artist and singer-songwriter who spent her childhood between Congo, Belgium and Rwanda. She adopted her artist name from the anagram Soul, the source of her musical inspiration, and Yakuza, the name she uses to describe her team of collaborators. Her hard-hitting, sensitive and committed lyrics are accompanied by highly effective instrumentals, ranging from pop to R&B to trap. In addition to music, she is also involved in art, fashion and literature – she has translated the work “The Hill We Climb” by the American poet Amanda Gorman and exhibited her paintings in Paris. A complete artist, whose universe will resonate perfectly with Woodkid’s at the Auditorium Stravinski.