“I don’t stop”: Louane is (already) preparing her next album

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Louane revealed on her Instagram account that she was already working on her fifth album, a year after the success of “Sentiments”. First secrets!

Louane shines more than ever. After winning the WECB Music Award for French-speaking Song of the Year for “Secret”, the singer has just announced that in 2024 she will be one of the three jurors for the big comeback of “Popstars”, alongside the rapper Alonzo and Eddy de Pretto. At the same time, she will undoubtedly have a lot of work since she is preparing a new album!

Louane already has her eyes turned towards the future

The artist from Nord Pas-de-Calais shared the good news on his Instagram account. She shared a photo of herself behind a microphone in the studio, soberly captioning the number “5”. A figure far from trivial since his next opus will be the fifth of his career.

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And obviously, the singer’s plans are very clear in her head: “ I don’t stop… I’m super proud of my work today, and sometimes it’s important to say it », she confides in a story on Instagram. While waiting for the successor to “Sentiments”, Louane is already meeting her fans in 2025 to celebrate her 10 years of career with a Zénith tour.


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