It’s the story of a boy who wrote and arranged “Cheese” in his bedroom, creating a first album that sold more than 200 000 copies in…
It’s the story of a boy who wrote and arranged “Cheese” in his bedroom, creating a first album that sold more than 200 000 copies in the world – platinum in France.
It’s the story of the man behind the emblematic “Te Quiero” or “Alors On Danse” tracks, which sold more than 3 million copies and made gold and platinum in 15 countries.
It’s the story of a unique artist and live performer.
Today, the story continues with a new chapter. His last lessons “Human Overboard” and “They are all the same” rings the alarm: Stromae is back. Since then, the buzz didn’t stop growing and finally reached stratospheric dimensions: the video for “Formidable” drives the Internet crazy and reaches a 4 million views in only 4 days, while the track “Papaoutai” sets itself as the “summer hit”. Those titles are included on the track listing of his nomadic and universal new album, written and composed all around the world on his laptop. He puts his unique recipe into practice more than ever: set down words on heady beats.
Stromae got out of his bedroom. Who said the shortest stories are the best?