Ibrahim Maalouf is a major figure in contemporary jazz, crossover classical music, and film composition. Among the most heralded trumpeters of his generation, his fusions of pop, soul, electro, hip-hop, French chanson, and the traditional music of his Lebanese heritage has resulted in more than two-dozen acclaimed albums and original scores for more than 20 films. Maalouf is also a noted collaborator who has performed and recorded with artists including Sting, Vanessa Paradis, and Jon Batiste. His earliest charting albums, including 2007's Diasporas, 2012's Wind, and 2013's Illusions, established him globally. In 2014, he collaborated with Malian rapper Oxmo Puccino for the charting Au Pays d'Alice.... In 2015, Red & Black Light reached France's Top Ten; the same year, his music for the film Yves Saint Laurent won a best score ...
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