Pep’s’ latest 10-song album recalls his journeys in Morocco’s southern provinces.
Rabat – French singer Pep’s has released a new album, “Paris-Dakhla,” paying tribute to Morocco.
The first song in Pep’s’ album, released in December 2018, features his “colorful” journey in Morocco and depicts his special love for the country’s southern city, Dakhla.
The beauty of the Saharan city, Dakhla, remained etched in the French singer’s memory. It was not until recent months that he decided to dedicate an album of ten songs to the city and Morocco as a whole.
In his “Paris-Dakhla” music video, Pep’s sings lyrics in French laced with a few words in Darija (Moroccan Arabic) and in English.
The 38-year-old singer, whose real name is Florian Peppuy, takes viewers of his music video to the majestic Sahara desert and Dakhla’s breathtaking beaches.
To Pep’s, his new album shows the “colors of Morocco.”
Pep’s, who sings Rock, R&B, and Reggae, began his musical career at the age of 18.
Some of Pep’s hit songs throughout his career are “Liberta,” “Madiba,” and “Equilibre Sauvage.”