Word to the wise, throw a little French vocabulary into your song’s title and you’ve got yourself a nice dose of instant sophistication. Although Toronto-based singer/rapper Luu Breeze does tap into his inner Francophile for the title of stand out selection, Le Confidence, the sultry tune is already heavy on the sophistication. Produced by hit-making producer Boi-1da, Le Confidence is heavy on the throwback 90’s R&B production, which is brought out even more thanks to Luu’s silky vocals. Just when you think the song is over Luu effortlessly switches from crooner to rapper as he unexpectedly drops a brief verse. Le Confidence is featured on the T-Dot musician’s This Time Tomorrow mixtape, available for free stream and download via Soundcloud.
Written by Danielle H. on 07/27/12
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