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Lomepal, a magnetic figure of the French rap scene, is best known for his dexterous lyricism and unique vocal tone, which together create a distinctive musical style that blends elements of hip-hop and chanson française. Born Antoine Valentinelli, he adopted the stage name “Lomepal,” a portmanteau referencing his pale complexion, and has since etched his identity in the global music scene through his innovative craft and profound storytelling.

Lomepal burst onto the musical landscape in 2011 with the release of his first mixtape, “20 Mesures.” His rise to prominence continued as he released two more mixtapes, “Majesté” and “Seigneur,” but it was his debut studio album, “FLIP,” that catapulted him into the limelight. The album, released in 2017, was certified triple platinum and was highly acclaimed for its distinctive blend of rap, pop, and chanson. Lomepal’s innovative approach continued with his second album, “Jeannine,” a complex and deeply personal narrative that further solidified his standing in the French rap scene.

The collaboration with other artists has been a consistent thread throughout Lomepal’s career. His associations span from French rapper Roméo Elvis, on the track “1000°C,” to Belgian music producer Angèle on the heart-rending “Trop Beau.” His discography also includes significant collaborations with artists like Nekfeu, Orelsan, JeanJass, and Caballero, making him a key figure in the contemporary French rap scene. Lomepal has also shared stages with high-profile international artists like Macklemore and even ventured into theatre, appearing in the play “Les Grandes Ambitions,” directed by Arthur Dreyfus.

Lomepal’s unique musical style and narrative depth have not gone unnoticed in the industry. His album “FLIP” earned him a nomination for Best Urban Music Album at the Victoires de la Musique in 2018, a prestigious recognition in the French music industry. Lomepal’s second album, “Jeannine,” was also well-received, earning multiple certifications, including double platinum in France.