Aya Nakamura was in the top position in France but also in the Netherlands and began making names in the United States. The proof is the article that devoted itself to the prestigious magazine The Fader.
Aya Nakamura hasn't finished talking about it. This singer is now part of the French revelation that the world wants to know. On the other side of the Atlantic, The Fader magazine wanted to know more about the R & B phenomenon. The paper devoted a very complete article to the beginning of the singer's career.
Aya Nakamura described her success, her childhood, but also at the place of black women in the French music industry: "People asked me to whiten my skin to try to please more people, but that didn't stop me. I don't want to be a victim.He said in an interview for The Fader.
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Before recording with his second album, "Nakamura", which extracted hits "Djadja" and "Girlfriends", Aya had come a long way. "I struggled to find work. I sang all the time, so my brother and friend advised me to go to the studio and start recording my own notes. I don't know how to record songs, but thanks to friends, I found a studio and engineers who agreed to help me.Saying stars on The Fader.
Speech article about translator "Behavior" ending with this sentence: "The world is now a playground"Aya Nakamura will she succeed in doing the same thing as Christine and The Queens or MHD, superstars in the United States?