Léa Castel is a People from france R&B singer whose single album debut, Pressée de Vivre (2008), was a high Five hit within the People from france charts. Created Léa Folli on Dec 1, 1988, in Marseille, Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur, France, she produced her documenting debut in 2006 within the various-artists rap compilation Stop Existence, Vol. 4 using the music “Dernière Opportunity,” a cooperation with Soprano from the rap group Psy 4 de la Rime. In 2007 she was presented on several extra rap albums, including Soprano’s Puisqu’il Faut Vivre (“La Famille”), Dark Marché’s Dark Marché (“Amour Difficult”), L’Algérino’s Mentalité Pirate (“Entre 2 Flammes,” “L’Enfant de Marseille”), and Mino’s Il Était une Fois… (“Mariah”). The next year Castel produced her full-length solo record debut with Pressée de Vivre over the General Music-distributed label Road Skillz. Offering the strike singles “Dernière Possibility” (a fresh edition of her aforementioned cooperation with Soprano) and “Pressée de Vivre” (a high 20 hit over the French singles graph), the record proved commercially effective, peaking at number 3 over the French albums graph during its initial week of product sales.