Gold medallist of the National Conservatory of Lille and reference pianist of French rap, Sofiane Pamart begins his solo career in 2019, after having collaborated with artists such as Koba LaD, Maes, Vald, Laylow, Dinos, Madd, Isha, Youv Dee, Rémy, 7Jaws, Hugo TSR, Lord Esperanza, L'Or du Commun, Lonepsi, Scylla, Médine or Aloise Sauvage, Anaide Rozam, Leo Walk, The Magician, and Marina Kaye.
Along his career at the conservatory he was noticed for his ardour and his strong, aggressive, and particularly rebellious temperament. He is devoted to the composition of his work rather than to the interpretation of the classical repertoire.
Accustomed to the prestigious scenes such as The Cigale, The Bataclan, The Trianon and The Olympia just to name a few. Sofiane Pamart is halfway between spectacular film scores and adventurous stories. His work is of a dark and poetic nature, it embodies an emotional accuracy that allows him to reach and draw in audiences of a vast scale.
Branded as ‘New Face of Luxury' by the Paris Luxury Salon, Sofiane is renowned for his detail defined high end imagery. He regularly collaborates with designers of prestige, Sézane, Etudes Studio, Walk in Paris. His positioning crosses the elegance of high-end fashion with embellished street style – a pianist haute couture with the mentality and image of a rapper.
PIAS release the debut UK single by one of France's most outstanding young musicians, pianist Sofiane Pamart.
28-year-old Sofiane Pamart is, in many ways, the enfant terrible of French classical music. A musical virtuoso and Gold Medalist of the National Conservatory of Lille, he was noticed for his ardour and his strong, aggressive and particularly rebellious temperament. He is devoted to the composition of his work rather than to the interpretation of the classical repertoire. His neoclassical work is of a dark and poetic nature, embodying an emotional accuracy that allows him to reach and draw in large audiences.
Following the injustice of being overlooked at the Victoires de la Musique, French rap continued its skyward trajectory in February with an abundance of high-caliber releases. New projects from Isha and Laylow were the highlights of a month that also saw ghostwriter extraordinaire, Meryl, release a stellar debut album, Jour avant caviar. From a February rich in sonics and superlative lyricism, here Laylow - "TrinityVille" is among DJBOOTH 'five choice additions to your French rap playlist.'
Produced by Dioscures and Sofiane Pamart, "TrinityVille" is the third single from Trinity. A lambent, cyber trap ballad that finds Laylow doubling down on his belief that 2020 is his for the taking ("This year, I promised myself that I'd raise the level and the standard"). Bullishly dismissing the current wave of industrial action in France as a movement that conflicts with his own ("I've worked like never before, a son of an immigrant doesn't strike"), "TrinityVille" furthers Laylow's individualistic quest to revamp French rap in dynamic fashion.
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