“There will be no Vitaa, I will be Charlotte when I die”: Vitaa with an open heart in “Inspired”

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Revealed to the general public in 2006 thanks to its collaboration with Diam’s, Vitaa has had a string of successes ever since. Two years after the enchanted interlude of her duet with her friend Slimane, she returns solo with “Charlotte”. Discover the new episode of Inspired with Vitaa.

After the colossal success of his project Versus with Slimane, Vitaa returns with a very personal album in the colors of the intimate which bears the first name of the artist, Charlotte.

In this eighth opus, the young woman who has always protected herself by her stage name “Vitaa” takes off her shell. Since the start of her career, she has always separated her stage life from her personal journey, which has allowed her to find her life balance. But today, Vitaa is ready to reveal herself.

Vitaa: “When we had this idea of ​​calling the album Charlotte, it wasn’t easy for me at first because it’s my first name”.

Ultimately, this choice of title allows Vitaa to reveal herself and make this collection even more personal. The song “Charlotte” is the introduction to the model. This composition written by 4 hands with the artist Dadju combines both rap and singing. Between music and confidences, the performer goes behind the scenes of this single in the new episode of “Inspirés”.


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