While season 2 of Validé has just started, Laetitia Kerfa, who plays the new heroine of the series, has been propelled to the front of the stage. A look back at this talent with an already rich artistic career in collaboration with Pascal Muscarnera.
She is the one everyone has been talking about since the launch of season 2 of Validé on October 11 on Canal +. Her name you may still be unknown but you haven’t finished hearing about Laetitia Kerfa.
After a shocking end of the season that left everyone speechless, Franck Gastambide and his team therefore bet this time on a woman to continue this exciting dive into the heart of French rap game.
Exit Apash (Hatik) and make way for Sara (Laetitia Kerfa), a young rap prodigy, who in addition to her fight to exist in rap will see her troubled past resurface. What to highlight this young artist full of talent.
But who is Validé’s new rapper?
Lætitia Kerfa is a young Parisian artist of Algerian and Guadeloupe origin born in 1994. Very quickly drawn to rap, it is when she sees one of her friends rapping in a library that she seems to have the click.
In love with rhymes, she began to illustrate herself on the rap scene with singular, intimate and incisive lyrics. First member of the collective Keskiya, Laetitia Kerfa then decides to stand on her own feet under the pseudonym Original Laeti.
After appearing on the airwaves and in festivals, his ardor and flow will also allow him to open for rapper Rocé.
If her verb makes everyone agree, Laetitia Kerfa’s talents as an actress are not to be outdone. A promising actress, she indeed played in 2019 in ” Dirty! », A play by Marion Siefert. The opportunity for her to ” [raconter sa] life fictionalized with [ses] own rap lyrics », As she explained in the columns of Figaro.
A passage in the theater noticed since it is what convinced Frank Gastambide to choose her to lend his features to the flagship role of season 2 of Validé. At 27 years old, Laetitia Kerfa begins her television career today in the skin of Sara, alias Lalpha, the new rapper to follow and the first signing of Apash Music.
Like Hatik, Franck Gastambide is once again focusing on an artist unknown to the general public. In turn propelled onto the front of the stage, there is no doubt that Laetitia Kerfa is also promised a bright future.