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Summary. Nabil Rachdi grew up in Marseille. At 19, after a fight, he was imprisoned for the first time in Baumettes prison. One of his fellow prisoners convinces him to go into drug trafficking with him. Nabil ends up being reincarcerated twice for trafficking, and arrives at the Avignon penitentiary center in 2012.
It was in the courtyard of this prison in the south of France that he discovered, by chance, that he had a talent for song and a powerful tenor voice. He then decided to turn away from his past as a trafficker and devote himself to music, under an artist name: Naestro. He goes in search of big names in rap to accompany him in his musical productions, and manages to sing in duet with artists like rapper Maître Gims.
Naestro tells his story at the microphone of Emma Jacob.
Credits. Editorial management: Pierre Chausse – Editor-in-chief: Jules Lavie – Reporter: Ambre Rosala – Production: Emma Jacob, Thibault Lambert and Clara Garnier-Amouroux – Production and mixing: Pierre Chaffanjon – Music: François Clos, Audio Network, Epidemic Sound – Graphic identity: Upian – Archives: M 6, Naestro.
About Source Code. Code source is the daily news podcast from Le Parisien. Stories told by editorial journalists or by those who have experienced them directly. An appointment carried by the presenter Jules Lavie and the reporter Ambre Rosala, to be found from Monday to Friday from 6 p.m. on LeParisien.fr or on the main listening platforms.