It was developed by The FADER called "bad gal" and noisey hailed as "one of the hottest songwriters around right now": After Bibi Bourelly had a few months ago provided as a songwriter of Rihanna's "Bitch Better Have My Money" sensation, the 21-year old Berliner put last with their programmatic Singles "Ego" and "Riot" two massive statements ago and has since also seen with the likes of Pharrell, Kanye, Nas and Usher. In meeting their sound Attitude and fearlessness to a surprisingly mature worldview and absolute vulnerability - an unlikely, unfiltered, unvarnished and unadorned mixture The FADER already absolutely aptly called "brilliantly raw" celebrated. No wonder that even now Vogue and the interview Magazine, the Intro and Glamour have become noisy.
Here Bourelly made strictly already in spring 2015 for a sensation: Several media (i.a. Süddeutsche, IMAGE, The mirror, B.Z., time Magazine, Forbes) Wondered how did it happen that such a young, yet completely unknown Schulabbrecherin from the German capital an international pop diva Rihanna had an iTunes top 5 hit like "Bitch Better Have My Money" on the body write. The often shortened reproduced answer was: landed with 16 in the US, because simply times "rotten at school" (time Magazine), Bourelly left after the US high school completion sometime in the studio just their bad mood free rein - and the result recorded in just three hours, was now time exactly this song. Her first big hit. FOr RiRi.
But if one looks towards a closer, it becomes clear that the foundation for the energy of their songs (and the sound of her voice) already during childhood and adolescence has been added: Grew up between Kreuzberg, Charlottenburg and Washington DC, Bourelly was a child permanently from the surrounded artist friends of her mother and the musician friends of her father. Especially the music played a central role: "Just as in babies who are learning gradually automatically the language that surrounds them, as was the case up with the music: I learned it as another language because they just always there was." To be in such a language versed to control it technically, but does not make a good artist, and according Bourelly it was her mother's tragic death - she died of cancer when Bourelly was just six years old - to represent it in the Location staggered to find years later their own sound: the resulting independence is the foundation of their music, their whole approach as a person and as a songwriter. Because Bourelly should not only learn very early how unimaginably painful may be such a loss. Also showed her the death of their mother, that they do not lose time and had to make their lives as free and intensively as possible.
An insight which led them as young people, especially outside, in the open air - and in the streets of the metropolis: sometimes high up on the roofs, sometimes underground in the subways, Bourelly trekked through these streets, floated , kept going back so far that she and her friends got into trouble. There are experiences that were extremely important for their development. Instead of going to school, she developed her own view of things, based on what they saw in the streets. "And suddenly, as I was finally completely fuck what other people About me thought the world was so huge, so open. I sat up on the roofs, we had a drink, and I had the feeling that everything is within can. I could be anything - be the one I really wanted to be. "
When her grades were so bad then that they had to leave school in Berlin, she packed her bags and set out in the States. "I had the world learned from the perspective of a rat," she says, looking back now over the days in which other scored them as "problem case". What she took across the Atlantic, was a sense of freedom, "as if you pull with his friends through the streets and manure builds and afraid to be imprisoned for." It is this freedom, this Attitude, which account for their songs.
Already on their single "Ego", which in autumn 2015 Vice Premiere celebrated, Bourelly did not mince his mouth and said very clearly what is going on: "I do not give a fuck / you will not bring me down", so their words on any Hater and those too in her like a "picture perfect girl" would see. Interesting this perfection not a bit: "But I curse when i talk / And I lean When I walk / And I been thru some shit / and I've gained and I've lost," she sings over a ultragedrosselten Beat penned of Paperboy Fabe whose protracted, whipping Bassline her much leaves room to finally get rid all.
After the Berlin woman with Haitian and Moroccan roots at Instagram in recent months with Kanye West, who had Ever only brought together with Rihanna and Pharrell had shown Bourelly was last example as a guest on Lil Wayne's current "FWA" album to hear ( "Without You") and appeared on US television than they at Jimmy Kimmel along with hip-hop legend Nas and Usher whose "Chains" single presented. And then she wrote with "Higher" equal even a song for the upcoming Rihanna album.
It is this elusive mixture of desire for freedom, self-confidence, rest pain and vulnerability that makes their music so unique. And then of course there her voice itself: powerful, this little rough, as would have been too long last night a bit. "Brilliantly raw" just.
In "Riot", the successor-Single, Bourelly sounds slightly less tough, but again, the message is clear: "If I go, I'm gon 'start a riot, I'm fighting for my life here, I'm gonna give y'all everything tonight", so her words. It's their fight. Their sound. "And I'm not saying that I never fear have," the singer says in conclusion. "As I say as well that it is I do not care if the fear comes then." She was just another sense, the Bourelly inevitably encounter in the course of their journey and have to face him. And this journey has only just begun.
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