The little story

 While still as a child, Édith left her French Guyana to grow up between mountains and sea in the South of France.

   She began her career by singing for two years with an American soul-jazz music band, under the pseudonym Pearl. Noticed by an artistic director and taken to Paris, she released her single “J’ai des choses à te dire” (“I have some things to tell you”) in 2005, and then a first LP at Sony Music, “Caramel et Chocolat”, which enabled her to fly and sing in Africa, in the Caribbean, in Florida…

   However, despite of the success of the single, the promotion work for the album was given up during a fusion between majors. That first experiment made her eager to write a new album, to find something closer to her own identity. Then she moved to Brussels, came back to Paris, and settled for one year in London, where she composed her first melodies with the help of a guitar.

   Back in the capital, while looking for an artistic direction, Édith tried to find herself through other kind of arts: she dabbled in acting (“Open bed” by Laurent Ruquier), she showed up in a few TV films, and then got a bigger part in two TV shows (“Strictly Platonic“ and “Plus Belle La Vie”). Between two shootings, she realized she had lost her former pseudonym in the way; it was time to reborn…

   Édith joined Atla, the Contemporary Music School. She met a friend who had her best interests at heart, and who would help her complete her artistic change: the musician Régis Lamora. With ears filled with new musical colors at the end of that necessary shift, Édith is preparing her first album as a singer-songwriter, whose titles “Au bout du monde” (“True world’s end”) and "Et si" ("And if") are the two first singles.


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