Jocelyne Labylle (born 1973 in Saint-Claude, Guadeloupe) is a Guadeloupean zouk musician.
In 1992 Labylle joined the group
Elodie; in 1994 she joined Zouk Orchestra. She appeared on the covers of all their albums.
After performing on three of their albums, Labylle left to pursue a solo career. She teamed up with
Federick Caracas, Harry Diboula, Jacob Desvarieux and Liso to record the single " Quand tu veux". Months later the album was released. On Verra
In 2000 she returned to the studio to record her second album. The single "
J'ai depose les clefs" ("I left my keys") was released followed by the album ("My little light"). The album features "Parle-moi d'elle" written by Harry Diboula. Ma Petite Lumiere
In 2003, Labylle teamed up with
Cheela, Passi and Jacob Desvarieux for the single " Laisse Parler Les Gens". The song sold more than 1 million copies and was nominated for a Victoires de la Musique award. In 2007 she collaborated with Haitian musician Roberto Martino of the compas group T-Vice for his single " J'aimerais te revoir". [1 ]
Discography [ edit ]
amour de toi 2012
Singles [ edit ]
References [ edit ]
2012 on serravir
External links [ edit ]