Par Amour.  Le spectacle retrace le parcours de Général Valsero, d’un général devenu papa. Le voyage du défenseur des droits de l’homme et des liberté individuelles, connu pour ses combats pour la protection des minorités marginalisées et surtout pour l’avènement d’une véritable démocratie dans son pays – le Cameroun – à papa dévoué, mari attentionné, qui prône l’amour et les valeurs de la famille.

 

Quand je suis arrivé en Belgique j’étais frustré, en colère et surtout triste. Malgré la présence de ma femme et de ma fille et leur Amour, je me sentais terriblement seul.

À force de revendications, à force de dénonciations, après de multiples interpellations, des arrestations et de concerts interdits, après 10 long mois d’incarcération dans une prison de haute sécurité dans mon pays en 2019, mon sort est scellé.

J’ai finalement été contraint à l’exil, fait apatride par mon gouvernement.

C’est psychologiquement et spirituellement en lambeau que je suis arrivé en Belgique.  J’avais beau être loin mais je me sentais toujours en prison.

 

Bruxelles m’a libéré.

Quand je suis arrivé en Belgique j’étais tourmenté.

Bruxelles m’a apaisé.

Quand je suis arrivé en Belgique j’étais un homme meurtri.

Bruxelles m’a guéri.

 

Mes copains appellent ça « l’effet Parc du Cinquantenaire », mon paradis à ciel ouvert au cœur de la capitale.

 

Pour moi c’est la magie de cette ville qui m’a ressuscité. C’est précisément posé sur un banc au Parc du Cinquantenaire, un gris après-midi comme seul Bruxelles peut en produire, que j’ai écrit la première chanson qui sera finalement l’expression de l’homme que je suis devenu : Par Amour.

 

Avant d’arriver en Belgique j’étais juste un homme, un militant rappeur marié à une femme magnifique et avec des filles géniales. J’étais le Général Valsero.  

 

Bruxelles a fait de moi un père et un mari.

 

Aujourd’hui je suis Papa.”

 

Vous me manquez est le premier single issu du nouvel album de Général Valsero.

Dans ce titre l’artiste laisse s’exprimer sa douleur, le manque qui le torture et le vide qui l’habite.

 

Lien clip Vous me manquez:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lRgOFhVhj6U

 

Streaming Vous me manquez :

https://social.tunecore.com/linkShare?linkid=0jZF8FUYcRmh19ziqpto-g

 



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Par Amour. The show retraces the journey of General Valsero, from a general who became a father. The progress from a defender of human rights and individual freedoms, known for his fights for the protection of marginalized minorities and above all for the advent of a true democracy in his country – the Cameroon – to a caring daddy, a lovely husband, who advocates love and family values.

 

“When I arrived in Belgium I was frustrated, angry and above all sad. Despite the presence of my wife and my daughter and their love, I felt terribly alone.

By dint of demands, by dint of denunciation after multiple arrests, detentions and banned concerts, after 10 long months of incarceration in a high security prison in my country in 2019, my fate is sealed.

I was finally forced into exile, made stateless by my government.

 

I was psychologically and spiritually in tatters when I arrived in Belgium. Even though I was far away, I still felt like I was in prison.

 

Brussels freed me.

When I arrived in Belgium I was tormented.

Brussels soothed me.

When I arrived in Belgium I was a bruised man.

Brussels cured me.

 

My friends call it the “Parc du Cinquantenaire effect”, my open-air paradise in the heart of the city.

 

For me it was the magic of this town that brought me back to life. It was precisely sitting on a bench at the Parc du Cinquantenaire on a gray afternoon, as only Brussels can produce, that I wrote the first song which will ultimately be the expression of the man I have become: Par Amour.

 

Before arriving in Belgium I was just a man, an activist rapper married to a beautiful woman and with awesome daughters. I was General Valsero.

 

Brussels made me a father and a husband.

 

Today I am Daddy.”

 

Vous me manquez is the first single from the Général Valsero’s new album.

In this title the artist lets his pain be expressed, the lack that tortures him and the emptiness that inhabits him.

 

Lien clip Vous me manquez:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lRgOFhVhj6U

 

Streaming Vous me manquez :

https://social.tunecore.com/linkShare?linkid=0jZF8FUYcRmh19ziqpto-g

 



WEBSITE   INSTAGRAM   FACEBOOK   TWITTER/X   YOUTUBE   SPOTIFY

Par Amour. The show retraces the journey of General Valsero, from a general who became a father. The progress from a defender of human rights and individual freedoms, known for his fights for the protection of marginalized minorities and above all for the advent of a true democracy in his country – the Cameroon – to a caring daddy, a lovely husband, who advocates love and family values.

 

“When I arrived in Belgium I was frustrated, angry and above all sad. Despite the presence of my wife and my daughter and their love, I felt terribly alone.

By dint of demands, by dint of denunciation after multiple arrests, detentions and banned concerts, after 10 long months of incarceration in a high security prison in my country in 2019, my fate is sealed.

I was finally forced into exile, made stateless by my government.

 

I was psychologically and spiritually in tatters when I arrived in Belgium. Even though I was far away, I still felt like I was in prison.

 

Brussels freed me.

When I arrived in Belgium I was tormented.

Brussels soothed me.

When I arrived in Belgium I was a bruised man.

Brussels cured me.

 

My friends call it the “Parc du Cinquantenaire effect”, my open-air paradise in the heart of the city.

 

For me it was the magic of this town that brought me back to life. It was precisely sitting on a bench at the Parc du Cinquantenaire on a gray afternoon, as only Brussels can produce, that I wrote the first song which will ultimately be the expression of the man I have become: Par Amour.

 

Before arriving in Belgium I was just a man, an activist rapper married to a beautiful woman and with awesome daughters. I was General Valsero.

 

Brussels made me a father and a husband.

 

Today I am Daddy.”

 

Vous me manquez is the first single from the Général Valsero’s new album.

In this title the artist lets his pain be expressed, the lack that tortures him and the emptiness that inhabits him.

 

Lien clip Vous me manquez:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lRgOFhVhj6U

 

Streaming Vous me manquez :

https://social.tunecore.com/linkShare?linkid=0jZF8FUYcRmh19ziqpto-g

 



WEBSITE   INSTAGRAM   FACEBOOK   TWITTER/X   YOUTUBE   SPOTIFY

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