The Philosopher Lounis Aït Menguellet is performing in France at Accor Arena Bercy for the first time in Solo on November 26th, 2022 and a lot of his fans are already buying tickets to get the best view and closest place near the stage and tickets are available to the public.
Lounis Aït Menguellet is a famous singer brought into the world on January 17, 1950 in Ighil Bouammas, Tizi Ouzou Area in the Kabylie district. Lounis Aït Menguellet sings in the berber language (kabyle variation) and is positively one of the most well known and magnetic craftsmen of the contemporary kabyle music scene.
He is a writer performer who has become something of an image of the kabyle requests for acknowledgment. Kabylie has been the setting for the vast majority furious showdowns. In spite of the fact that Lounis’ melodies are much of the time about Kabylie and its set of experiences and its current affliction and hopelessness, he rushes to express that he isn’t a legislator and he doesn’t engage in governmental issues. Notwithstanding, few can prevent the political clout from getting his melodies or their political and once in a while exceptionally gnawing and basic messages.
Numerous pundits of Lounis Aït Menguellet’s vocation like to consider it to be two unmistakable parts and on the grounds that that is a by and large acknowledged view it will be the one presented here. The initial segment is viewed as being focused on the creation of adoration tunes and sentimentality. Often there are references to a lost love. The melodies will generally be more limited than he delivers today. Common melodies from this period are Thelt Iyam (Three Days) and Tayri (Love). The second piece of his profession is described by longer songs.
His latest album is Tuddert nni– (That life) and was released in 2017.