Yannick Ilunga doesn’t dice words when he outlines the message woven through his debut album: “STAY POSITIVE.”  Yannick is half-Congolese, half-Angolan and was raised in South Africa. The 24-year-old artist known as Petite Noir still lives part-time in Cape Town, close to his family and his spiritual roots and that culture is immediately evident as it bleeds through his music. La Vie Est Belle / Life Is Beautiful, named after an uplifting 1987 Congolese film, is both a beacon and a...

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La Vie Est Belle / Life Is Beautiful

Album

CoeurWorld

Single

Blame Fire (TĀLĀ Remix)

Single

La Maison Noir / The Black House

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Beach

Single

Blame Fire

Single

The King of Anxiety

Single

Noirse

Single

Disappear

Single

Till We Ghosts

Single

The Jacknife Lee

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WHEN THE MACHINE STOPS

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Opioid

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Everyone’s Just Winging It And Other Fly Tales

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Mlazi Milano

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Material

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South African Vibes

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Iris (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)

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Atrocity Exhibition

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Chemicals

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Re:code H0

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Blackout (Remixes) (feat. Shakka)

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Autokratz Present Saturday Night, Sunday Morning (Parts 1 & 2)

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