The Belgian rapper was on stage at the Accor Arena this Saturday alongside the artist from Caen who gave his fifth and last show in Paris.
“Paris, thank you, thank you, I pose a Bercy all week”, declares Orelsan in its title Shounen. It is with these words that the rapper from Caen closed his fifth and last full show at the Accor Arena this Saturday evening, a unique performance confirming the enormous success of his album. Civilization.
To celebrate this achievement as it should be, Orelsan surprised his audience by inviting, throughout the week, new guests by his side: Gringe, Jonathan Cohen, Oxmo Puccino, Vald…
And to mark this last date in Paris, it was Damso who made a surprise irruption on stage to interpret with his sidekick from Caen the piece Weird Dreams.
An appearance more than noticed since the Belgian rapper took the opportunity to reveal another surprise to the fans: a concert date for his own Bercy.
As usual, Damso played on the implicit and the mysterious to announce this event. When he arrived on stage, he wore a t-shirt that takes up the visual of the cover of his latest album QALF.
So far, we could have thought of a top from a collection of classic “merch” to promote his project. However, one detail did not escape the eyes of the public: a date and place “17.12.22 Paris Accor Arena” flocked below the cover.
Fans of the Belgian rapper will finally be able to see him perform QALF live next December. For the moment, no official link to a ticket office has been announced, but the appointment has already been made.