Roméo Elvis has been into music since his childhood. Coming from a family of artists (his mother is a singer, his father a comedian and his sister a singer and a pianista), art as been a part of her life in the most natural way. Despite the genetic predisposition, Roméo did many other things before fully dedicating himself to music: he studied painting, photojournalism and even worked in a supermarkets chain which have only enriched the work he produces today. His first works showed Roméo as a hip-hop man and following this path was an inevitability. Songs like “Bruxelles c'est devenu la jungle”, “Famille nombreuse” and “Morale” proved his worth as one of the main talents from his generation. The collaboration with producer Le Motel has contributed to Roméo’s artistic growth which is clearly evidente in his first solo album. “Morale 2”, his debut album released in 2017 gives us an artist who is capable to explore the shadows of his existence at the same time as he shows himself critical and scathing like few others. His second album, “Chocolate”, has arrived this year and the first signs are all positive. The powerful single “Malade”(with Eazy Dew and Vladimir Cauchemar) and “Normal” raised every expectation for his concert on Super Bock Super Rock, at the Somersby Stage.expectativas para o concerto na próxima edição do Super Bock Super Rock, no Palco Somersby.