An elegant and sensual singer, Sonia Dronier became Viktor Lazlo when Belgian maker Francis Depryck discovered her and come up with a bundle inspired by solid sexuality and black-and-white film. Given birth to in Lorient, France, Dronier spent her university years learning and modeling in Brussels, Belgium. After she spent a while singing back-up vocals in Depryck’s music group Lou & the Hollywood Bananas, the maker rounded up a couple of nostalgic and noir-flavored tunes and renamed her following a character within the Humphrey Bogart traditional Casablanca. The trendy full-length She started her profession in 1985 with a variety of tunes sung in French, British, and Spanish. A French-language cover of Julie London’s “Cry Me a River” (“Pleurer des Rivières”) became a large hit across European countries a year later on. In 1987 she managed the televised broadcast from the Eurovision competition, which was kept in Belgium that season. That same season she got another Euro strike with “Breathless,” a duet with American vocalist James Ingram. Following a move back again to France in 1989 she released some successful albums prior to the ambitious Verso made an appearance in 1996 with funk and dub affects and a visitor appearance through the traditional reggae rhythm portion of Sly & Robbie. Important reaction to the record was therefore overwhelmingly positive that Dronier stated interviews promoting the discharge had centered on her music rather than her clothing for the very first time in her profession.