Only a week after its launch, season 2 of Validé is already reaching new heights and is talked about especially for its music. While Laetitia Kerfa bursts the screen in the role of Lalpha, who is writing her lyrics?
Launched on October 11, season 2 of Validé is already breaking records and has recorded more than 10 million views on the MyCanal platform. While the soundtrack of the first season was no stranger to the success of the series, that of this new season is no exception to this rule.
After having propelled several artists to the front of the stage including Hatik, the interpreter of the unforgettable Apash, Franck Gastambide and his team bet on Lætitia Kerfa.
From the first episodes, the powerful sounds and texts of Sara, alias Lalpha, did not fail to arouse the enthusiasm of viewers.
But who wrote the Lalpha songs that punctuate the episodes?
The role of Lalpha seems to have been tailor-made for Laetitia Kerfa since she shares many points in common with her character and in particular the writing of her texts.
In this new burst of episodes, Laetitia Kerfa is shown to be as talented in front of the camera as behind the microphone and like other rappers in the series, she has also written most of her lyrics in collaboration with Moussa Mansaly, the interpreter of Mastar.
” Most of the texts are mine. They were written by myself and in collaboration with Sam’s with whom we created a bond and a bond. He got into my head and he was able to bring out things that I had a little more trouble »Explained Lætitia during a press conference.
For his part, Franck Gastambide revealed that “ the first freestyle she does in episode 1, [est] 100% its text. “ And to continue, ” For the record, it is the freestyle that she gives me on the day of the casting. He was so good and he told it so much that it became his character’s freestyle. “.
There is no doubt that the talent of Laetitia Kerfa will lead her to follow her predecessor on the path to success.