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Feu (French for Fire) is the debut studio album by French hip hop artist Nekfeu. It was released on June 8, 2015 by Seine Zoo, Polydor Records and Universal Music Group in France. A re-release of the album, entitled Feu (Réédition), was released on December 4, 2015.
Entering (and peaking) the French Albums Chart at number 3 in its first week, the album was certified gold in its third week with over 47,000 copies sold. The album was later certified platinum in November 2015 and diamond in October 2017.
Feu has produced 4 singles:
Feu received generally positive reviews from music critics. Grégory Curot of Ça Parle Hip-Hop wrote that the album had “a certain beauty, alive and sincere, without faff.” Clément B. of Melty was pleased with the musical composition of the album, saying, “Out with the mechanical flows on the old boom-bap instrumentals. Even if he [Nekfeu] maintains this science of rhyme which fits perfectly, it is still in total harmony with the instrumental. The result? Unique tracks.” Romuald Ollivier of Music Story commented that Nekfeu “carves rich texts, plays with language, words, works the form to serve the content.” Julie Green and Eymeric Macouillard of SURL also gave a positive review, calling the album “friendly, incisive at times although a bit too controlled and punctuated by some sweet follies, Feu is indeed the album of a generation.” Franckie Small of Baskets Blanches had a lot of positive comments on the album: “Before the release of the singles “Égérie”, “Nique les clones, Pt. II” and “Tempête”, I clearly neglected the arrival of Feu. Quickly though, I understood that the title of the album wasn’t really chosen at random. … Nekfeu shows the extent of his talent on this album.”