What do Isabelle Adjani, Philippe Katerine, Etienne Daho, Frànçois Atlas and the rapper Lala &ce have in common? Every single one of these talents has collaborated with understated artist Malik Djoudi from Poitiers, France. This songwriter and his androgynous voice started out in pop groups with songs written in English. Over time he gradually and discreetly developed his own style, finally daring to express himself in French. This modesty combined with courage creates a special kind of magic. His first two albums, Un (2017) and Tempéraments (2019), well-received by both the public and the music press, were recently joined by a third long play called Troie. A collection characterised by a classic pop sound with hints of pure electro that is reminiscent of both Sébastien Tellier and James Blake.