NEIMA EZZA: “Little Prince” is the new album

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“Little Prince” is the title of Neima Ezza’s new album out on Friday 26 January.

The album was announced on social media when he mysteriously obscured all the posts on his Instagram profile, creating curiosity among his fans and giving them an appointment today to reveal the news.

A unique street credibility, combined with the ability to tell her profound experience in a direct and never banal way, are the elements that characterize Neima Ezza’s music. The rapper manages to reach the listener like a punch in the stomach, without any filter, but with the sensitivity that has always distinguished him.

He therefore continues his personal storytelling in “The Little Prince”, showing new nuances of his journey and exposing the suffering and shortcomings he has had to face in recent years. The area and the neighborhood were a point of reference for a child who found himself having to grow up too quickly. Once again Neima Ezza shares her memories through music, and takes the audience into her life by taking them by the hand.


“Little Prince” was preceded by the singles “Spedition Punitive” feat. Simba La Rue “Beautiful and “After you”, produced by 2nd Roof.




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