Laïla Amezian

Laïla Amezian is a Belgian-Moroccan singer with an intense and silky voice. She's been performing for over 20 years on stages all over Belgium and abroad. Her eclectic style draws on her North African roots, jazz, and world music.


Laïla Amezian

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Laïla started in jazz and French song circles, then moved on to soul-funk! She’s always been curious to combine her North African roots with the musical world of Brussels, and she’s constantly seeking new ways to express her identity through her music.

In addition to her solo work, Laïla has collaborated with many diverse artists from different genres, including Studio Pagol, Ys, Oblomow, Jaune Toujours, and Qayna. She’s also been involved in theatre and dance projects, such as La Chute and La Fiancée de l’Eau.

In 2008, Laïla launched her first musical creation, Bast, a solo project based on excerpts from The Prophet by Khalil Gibran. She’s also released two albums, TriOde and Les Fatmas de Belgica.

Laïla is a versatile and talented artist who constantly pushes her music’s boundaries. She’s a force to be reckoned with, and she will continue to be a significant player on the Belgian and international music scenes for many years to come.

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