Hatik shares his conception of love with us in “Inspired”

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Known to the general public since 2020 thanks to the famous single “Angela”, Hatik is a multi-talented actor and singer. Two years after his first album “Vague à l’âme”, he returns with the project “Niyya” which means kindness.

In his second album, “Niyya”, Hatik, whose real name is Clément Penhoat, shares with us the single “Shoot”, a light love song resulting from his association with Renaud Rebillaud, genius composer. The latter inspired the singer in his writing, thanks to subtly chosen notes.

Hatik: “I wanted to make a light love song. I was reaching the end of the album, I had quite a few songs, but I felt that I was missing a little bit of that touch.”

This composition, the lightest on the album “Niyya”, is a shot of hope and light in which Hatik recounts the daily life of a couple in which feelings always triumph despite conflicts. Between affection and tenderness, he confides to us his conception of love in the new episode of “Inspirés”.


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