Aya Nakamura, artist of Malian origin, is the object of all the musical attentions during these summer holidays 2020 in the Hexagon. His latest music video also broke records. The seven-minute video shot with comedian and singer Camille Lellouche and Karidja Toure (Bande de filles) recorded 3.9 million views in three days, and was already this July 30 to 10 million views. Since the release of her track “Djada” on April 6, 2018, nothing can stop the 25-year-old singer who will release her next album in the fall.
Aya Nakamura must stay the course of successiss against all odds
The musical success of the Franco-Malian won her not only encouragement. The singer was criticized by Jerome de Verdiere, host of “La revue de presse” on Paris Premiere. The latter posted on his Twitter account an excerpt from the lyrics of the current hit, “Jolie Nana”, and commented on them: “I just read the lyrics of Aya Nakamuras last song… Beside, David and Jonathan , it was the Goncourt brothers! », Wrote the host.
Several voices in the French show biz were quick to respond to the host to defend the pretty Nakamura. Among them, the Franco-Tunisian rapper Sadek Bourguiba.
“Nakamura never claimed to be a literary artist, but she remains the most listened to French singer in the world today. And you’re not gonna do anything and you’re gonna say nothing. Have a nice day, jackal ”.
For the moment, Aya Nakamura has not reacted to the words of Jerôme de Verdiere. The Franco-Malian has just pinned a new record: cumulating almost 500,000 streams in a single day on Apple Music in less than 24 hours.
Aya Nakamura currently has more than 12 million listeners per month on Spotify (digital distribution music platform) and crushes French stars like Booba and PNL