Despite reaching the Top Ten, French pop singer/songwriter Vitaa's second album, Celle Que Je Vois (2009), proved less successful than its chart-topping predecessor, À Fleur de Toi (2007). Whereas Vitaa's debut album was co-written primarily by Mounir Maarouf, her follow-up finds her in collaboration with a bunch of different writer/producers, among them Enterprise and Skalp, who are credited with the album's pair of standout singles, "Une Fille pas Comme les Autres" and "Pour Que Tu Restes," respectively. Once again, Vitaa teams up with Diam's, this time on "Voir le Monde d'en Haut."
Share this page
AllMusic Review by Jason Birchmeier