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After 3 years of absence, PNL rappers will be back on stage in Lille

Their tour for their third album “Deux frères”, postponed twice due to Covid-19, began on Wednesday 4 May in Zénith de Lille.

It’s an important day for NLP lovers. After several delays due to the health crisis, rappers Ademo and NOS are finally preparing to start their tour across France, which is scheduled to end on May 28. On Wednesdays and Thursdays, they will return to the stage at the height of the night To make their first public appearance expected in three years.

The proof of this is that since 9:30 in the morning, many fans have been waiting outside the perimeter of the Lille Concert Hall. Among them, a surfer named Thomas is the first to hope for a favorite spot in the hole. The latter was fired up to live on His Twitter account To document the progress of the tail.

On Monday, the two brothers broke the silence of their absence with her Tweet. They simply wrote “Nice to meet you on the first date of our Lille tour.”

If, as usual, Ademo and NOS are very conservative about the content of this tour and its track list, fans are nonetheless hoping that the two artists will perform the greatest hits from their latest album. two brothers Like Au DD or Blanka but also their old classics Onizuka or Andis on the album in the legend.

A Snapchat filter made for the occasion

To launch this tour, PNL fans received another surprise: an immersive experience on Snapchat. This Wednesday, the two artists offer social network users to enter their interstellar world thanks to augmented reality.

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To do this, simply point the smartphone camera over the various concert halls where it will cause the group to unlock a preview of the unpublished photos of their performances.

In 2019, PNL actually teamed up with Snapchat to announce the sale of tickets for their tour. Funny space capsules have been installed in several cities in France, giving access to an exclusive preview.