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Aimée Lalyss-Moseka is an innovative artist in music with her own band The New @adress. She is an author- composer, who plays the acoustic guitar and the piano. Aimée Lalyss-Moseka is a native of the R.D.Congo, in the region of the Equator, from her hometown of Bumba. She was born in a family of musicians, her father was the leader of the well known group in East-Africa VICO JAZZ.

Inspired by Tribal melodies like Mongango sung by her grand mother, Aimée Lalyss-Moseka began singing at the age of 9. As artistic studies she attended the P.E.A Vocational School, and the Performing-Art London Croydon, UK. After her studies Aimée Lalyss worked as a background singer for multiple artists in the R&B, POP, HipHop and World Music genres.

In 2002 she founded her live band [email protected], with girls only, composing a music style Afro-R’n’B, Tribal-Soul with POP influences. Their main performances have been live concerts at Festival Voix des Femmes, Festival Couleur Café (BE), Festival Polé-Polé (BE) and Sun Crazy Festival. The 14th of April 2002 a major concert was organized at Olympia (Paris) as pre-show for King Kester-Emeneya and Tabuley Rochereau. On 27 June 2002 they were invited at Zenith (Paris) as pre-show for Zaiko Langa-Langa. Another show at Espace Sanghor with Jeff Kavanda, as part of Festival Afrique in Francophonie.

[email protected] has participated in multiple radio programs like FM-Brussel, La Voix de l’Afrique, Radio Campus, FM Limburg, Studio Brussel, Africa n°1 and RTBF Radio

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