SIMBA LA RUE “Tunnel” is the title of the debut album

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“TUNNEL” is the title of Simba La Rue’s new album, out on Friday 5 January 2024.

The controversial Italian-Tunisian trapper after the EP “Crimi” (2022) and a series of singles that accompanied him in 2023, from the most recent solo single “Agitato”, passing through the collaborations in “Carne Halal” with Baby Gang and Escomar, “Expedition punitive” with Neima Ezza and Nko and the over 12 million streams on Spotify alone for the two hits “Levante” feat. Paky and “Taf Taf”, presents himself for his debut with a record with several guests in the tracklist yet to be revealed.


“TUNNEL” will be an album full of meaning that moves through the labyrinth of his soul, and which will delve deeply into the story of Simba La Rue’s personal experiences and musical journey: we are ready to delve into his story, fully recognizing his influence status in the current urban scene.

Simba La Rue, his real name is Mohamed Lamine Saida, was recently at the center of legal proceedings following a conviction for a shooting in Milan.
With his raw and realistic style, he is one of the leading artists of the NPT reality who has built an increasingly strong imagery in recent years, and among the most vivid of the entire new rap panorama.

The rapper has built a solid fan base in a handful of years which will be consolidated even further with “TUNNEL”, a confirmation that crosses, as in a long dark and insidious path, all the steps of a life in search of personal redemption, especially through music.



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