Beth Ditto, Loïc Nottet, Fishbach and Malo’ hit hard for Sony Music’s Creative Live Session #9

Yoyo, Palais de Tokyo


For the ninth edition of its Creative Live Session, Sony Music Entertainment France has hit another big blow. The line-up? Beth Ditto, Fishbach, Loïc Nottet, Malo’. Four artists, four different worlds that made us dance, sing (and sweat) in the underground atmosphere of the Yoyo. It was the French-Australian Malo’ (Columbia label) who opened the ball, a challenge he took up with brio, captivating the audience with his universe at the crossroads between Anglo-Saxon pop and French songs with a unique voice. Then to Fishbach. The young artist, rising star of the label A+LSO, has imposed her extraordinary style on stage by defending the tracks of her first album “À ta merci”. Also eagerly awaited that evening, the young Belgian prodigy Loïc Nottet (consecrated by the show The Voice, then to the Eurovision contest) first took a crowd bath with his track “Mud Blood” before letting out the beast of stage which slumbers in him on “Poison”, taken from his first album, “Selfocracy”. The incredible showcase ended in apotheosis with the arrival of Beth Ditto. Icon of the band Gossip with whom she made her fans dance during seventeen years, she made her big comeback on stage with her solo album “Fake Sugar” carried by the title “Fire”. And that’s the fire she set at the Yoyo, sharing with humour and energy this moment with her audience, who became uncontrollable at the first notes of her interplanetary hit “Heavy Cross”, the highlight of the show.

Photos: Cédric Canezza
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