Angel's Second Album Went Triple Platinum

Angel’s second album has just gone triple platinum, equivalent to 300,000 physical sales.

A year ago, the Belgian singer released her second album Nonante-Cinq. A comeback swept away by the brilliant single “Bruxelles je t’aime”, Angele managed to confirm her success with 30,000 sales just a week after the album’s release. The singer announced on her Twitter that “Nonante-Cinq” has just been certified triple platinum for sales of 300000 copies.

The return of the “Balance ton quoi” artist, who was afraid to release her second album, she told AFP: “My return with ‘Nonante-five’ was seen as the return of a great confirmed artist: it’s very flattering, but very creepy. Like I don’t have right to be wrong, when in reality it’s just my second album, my second tour.”

A few weeks ago Angele offered her fans a re-release of her second album “Nonante-five la suite”, in particular with Orelsan’s long-awaited feat “Evidemment”.

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The singer recently opened up about what it means to be in a relationship, the feeling of love, and her desire to have children. Angela’s daily life is very eventful. The last few months, the singer has been on all fronts. Between the re-release of her album, her role in Asterix & Obelix: The Middle Empire, and the upcoming Coachella concerts, she no longer knows where to turn. An intense start to the year that is not going to slow down.

Indeed, in early February, Angele appeared on the cover of Vogue. In the columns of the magazine, the singer gives herself completely. Apart from his music, cinema and his fame, the artist also trusts his personal life. First, the Love, Hate, and Danger performer talks about her bisexuality, as well as what the couple represents to her.

Also in this Vogue interview, Angele talks about her vision of love, but especially about the couple as a whole. And when some of her friends start starting families, is Angela ready to be a mother? “When I see my older friends who have become parents, it worries me enough. Let’s say I take stock in five years,”- she says. At the moment, the Belgian artist prefers not to ask such questions.

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