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Loïc Koutana recounts what it's like to be black and LGBT through his new work.

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Loïc Koutana

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Loïc Koutana is increasingly leveraging your career. Born in Paris, a priori, he had the opportunity to parade on one of the most famous catwalks at São Paulo Fashion Week. Later, discovered by a dancer, she joined a dance group called Black ceiling.

Always very active and keen on the arts, Koutana invests in his new work. "Maybe I secretly dreamed about it and then attracted it somehow," he says. In November released his single Arms / Candle.

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“The opportunity to tell my story and tell what a young LGBT black guy goes through,” he says about disco, where he talks about empowerment, strength, dreams and self-acceptance.

“I've always lent my body to different artists like Elsa Soares, Rincon Sapiência and Mahmundi to tell their stories. Now I feel like telling about my life and the things in my head. On the album I talk about themes like free love, fear, empowerment and what it is to be black for me, a 25 year old LGBTQ +, ”he said.

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