Laïla Amezian: Jazz and Soul-Funk Artist with a Fusion of North African Roots
Exploring Musical Worlds and Identity
Laïla’s musical journey began in jazz and French song circles, evolving into the vibrant realms of soul-funk. Her unique approach intertwines her North African heritage with the eclectic music scene of Brussels, creating a distinctive musical identity.
Collaborations Across Genres
In addition to her solo endeavours, Laïla has collaborated with a diverse array of artists spanning genres. Notable partnerships include Studio Pagol, Ys, Oblomow, Jaune Toujours, and Qayna. Her involvement in theatre and dance projects, such as La Chute and La Fiancée de l’Eau, showcases her versatility.
Musical Creations and Albums
In 2008, Laïla launched her first musical creation, Bast, a solo project inspired by excerpts from Khalil Gibran’s The Prophet. Her discography includes two albums, TriOde and Les Fatmas de Belgica, each a testament to her boundary-pushing creativity.
A Visionary Force in Music
Laïla is a force to be reckoned with in the music industry, consistently pushing the boundaries of her craft. Her versatility and talent make her a significant player in both Belgian and international music scenes. With a commitment to innovation, Laïla is poised to remain a prominent figure for years to come.