His debut album “FLIP” burns rubber with no fear of crashing. French rapper Lomepal, a true web phenomenon, catapults the future of hip-hop at full swing.
When a 26-year old skater invites Camelia Jordana, Superpoze and Belgian rapper Romeo Elvis to his musical board, it is not just a smart move. Having scored the Parisian asphalt on his four wheels, Lomepal uses our eardrums like a skate park. The new darling of French hip-hop equipped with lyrics steeped in romanticism 3.0 grazes his knees beautifully in a flow that breaks genre boundaries and upturns urban eloquence. His album? Himself, skateboarding, his generation and its paradoxes. In a word, a smooth ride.