Freeze Corleone and the 667 ignite the Zénith de Paris

Freeze Corleone et le 667 enflamment le Zénith de Paris - HYTRAPE

French rap is in turmoil. Freeze Corleone, one of the most influential artists on the current rap scene, and his collective 667, have announced two exceptional concerts at the Zénith in Paris on November 24 and 25, 2023. These two evenings promise to be memorable, marking a new stage in the career of this extraordinary artist.

Freeze Corleone, whose real name is Issa Lorenzo Diakhaté, is a French rapper, artist, singer-songwriter and producer. Born on June 6, 1992 in Les Lilas in Seine-Saint-Denis, his style is very influenced by that of the United States, and conspiracy concepts are also present in his titles. He lived his early years in Pantin, then moved to Dakar, the capital of Senegal, his father's country, where he met the future members of his collective, 667, known as the "League of Shadows ".

Collective 667, a Franco-Senegalese group with around twenty members including Freeze Corleone, Norsacce Berlusconi, Osirus Jack, Kaki Santana, Zuukou Mayzie, Odeuxzero, Slim C, Dubble G Kiluavi, Afro S, Doc OVG, Rifa Samb, Sobek le Zini, Black Jack, Sogui, Congo Bill, Moh Money, as well as Savage Martin Lala &ce and Jorrdee, are ready to rock the Zénith de Paris.

These two concerts at the Zénith in Paris are a unique opportunity for fans to discover the songs of Freeze Corleone and the 667 collective live. The rapper has carved out a place of choice in the French musical landscape thanks to his unique style and his impactful texts. His album “LMF” (The Phantom Menace), released in 2020, was certified platinum, proof of its growing success.

Freeze Corleone and 667 have always known how to create an event and these two concerts at the Zénith in Paris are no exception. Fans can't wait to see what the rapper and his collective have in store for these two exceptional evenings. One thing is certain, Freeze Corleone and 667 are ready to set the Zénith de Paris on fire on November 24 and 25, 2023.

Get ready for two crazy evenings with Freeze Corleone and 667 at the Zénith in Paris. The French rap scene has not stopped vibrating!