This film, whose release date has not been revealed, will tell the rise of one of the most followed and listened to rappers of the moment.
Rapper Jul, who released his fifteenth studio album on June 25 Tomorrow will be fine, announces this Monday the upcoming broadcast of a documentary on his career. The Marseille artist has published on his Instagram account a four-minute extract from this unseen film. Entitled Nothing without nothing, it is directed by Leïla Sy, collaborator of Kery James.
This film, whose release date has not been revealed, will retrace the story of one of the most followed and listened to rappers of the moment. He confides in it on his meteoric rise in less than a decade. Several rappers will testify on his career, such as Heuss l’Enfoiré, Bengous and Alonzo, as well as those close to his district of Saint-Jean du Désert.
Jul created the event last October with the album 13’Organized. From Akhenaton and Shurik’n of IAM, to SCH and Naps, via Alonzo and L’Algérino, Jul has gathered around him the fine flower of Marseille rap, all generations combined. Last week, he released a new compilation of rappers from Marseille, entitled Friday 13.