Wednesday, May 4, 2011

Yelle: The French Diva.

Yelle is a French band founded by lead singer and namesake, Yelle (born Julie Budet; 17 January 1983; Saint-Brieuc, Brittany, France) and GrandMarnier (Jean-François Perrier). A third member, Tepr (Tanguy Destable), joined the band before the recording of their debut album. The band came to prominence when they posted an early version of the song "Je veux te voir" on Myspacein September 2005, which later reached the top five in France. Their debut album, Pop Up was released in 2007.







  • Yelle (Julie Budet) – vocals.
  • GrandMarnier (Jean-François Perrier) – drums, backing vocals.
  • Tepr (Tanguy Destable) – keyboards, backing vocals.




Some Songs of the group are (and my prefers):

'Safary Disco Club'


'Ce Jeu' 
 

'A Cause Des Garcons'



29 comments:

  1. she's beautiful and her music is amazing. i didn't know about her til last week when my friend introduced me to her music. i'm obsessed.

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  2. I would listen to French music more, but I have this friend that is WAAYYY too obsessed with french culture, so I avoid it. Might have to look at it in secret though, lol.

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  3. The first and the second videos are awesome, and I think I saw the third somewhere...

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  4. Me encanta su música y ademas la encuentro preciosa. Trata de escuchar el remix de "The Twelves" de la canción Ce Jeu, es super bueno.

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  5. Retro and modern at the same time! Cool :D

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  6. Awesome, thanks for sharing these!

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  7. strange and i like it thanks for sharing and introducing me to new music

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  8. She's quite lovely and the music is awesome

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  9. for some reason i love the sound of french girls singing, reminds me of uffie if youve heard of her

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  10. This pertains to my interests! Very good.

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  11. Beautiful singer! I wish I understood French. :( And I've seen that dance in the 3rd video before! It's from Korea. :)

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  12. Great frenchpop but most of the videos are blocked due to stupid copyright laws

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  13. Great, it sounds good so far.

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  14. Always good to hear something new. Thanks for sharing.

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  15. also great dancers at the last video

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  16. It's catchy and I don't even understand what they're saying!

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  17. I love that last video! A french friend of mine showed me that years ago and tried to teach me how to dance 'tektonically'!

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  18. Cool suggestions, i'll check out.

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  19. Yeah, she is well known now on the electronic music scene. A total diva like you said.

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