French soul singer Ben L’Oncle Soul was discovered by the world-famous Motown label in 2008. The singer signed a contract and delivered his first EP with Soul Wash, which included covers of Gnarls Barkley’s Crazy and Katy Perry’s I Kissed A Girl. That he can also impress with his own work became clear a year later with his self-titled debut album featuring fourteen English- and French-language songs full of upbeat Motown influences. In 2012, L’Oncle Soul won the European Border Breakers Award. His second album Coup De Rêves made a deep impact with more subdued and moving soul songs. On his latest effort, the self-released Addicted To You, L'Oncle Soul sounds more versatile than ever. The album reflects the music he grew up with ranging from Lauryn Hill, Method Man and Robert Glasper to Usher and Maxwell: a journey through R&B, hip-hop and jazz.