In the new episode of Nayda in Hollywood program, presented on the “360”, journalist Simo Benbachir received musician Enesse Ansouri who arrived to the United States of America in 2010 when he was barely 18 years old, with the aim of fulfilling his dream of becoming a musician, particularly because he had been passionate about “RNB” music since his early years, and because he was also interested in different types of American and Moroccan music.
Enesse Ansouri started his life in America as a model in a specialized agency. For example, he has done fashion shows in Los Angeles and Miami, but he has turned away from modeling to focus more on music, especially when he met “Just Snake” with whom he signed a contract to produce his work. “Modeling was just a short period in my life. I practiced it in order to support myself and live in a developed country like America. But I didn’t like it,” he told Simo.
Enesse Ansouri mentioned his song “Love You better”, which he recorded in Atlanta, saying that it revolves around the story of a young man who loves a girl. As it happens, this girl has a relationship with another person, but this relationship is fraught with many problems. It is for this reason that the young man suggests, in the song, that he would love her better. He added: “The video clip I launched for the song in 2015 was a great success, especially in Latin America and the Arab world.”
Enesse Ansouri also talked about his song “Focused”, which he launched a year ago, considering it one of his most famous and popular songs and pointing out that it has been translated into many languages, including Portuguese and Chinese.
And about his new album, Enesse Ansouri assured Simo that the Moroccan touch is present, just as the oriental touch is present in his music in general, especially since he was raised in an environment where he listened to oriental songs by Rai performed by Cheb Khaled, the late Cheb Hasni and Faudel. But he noted that the French language is more present there, since this is his first album in French, a language in which he finds himself more comfortable, because he was born and lived for years in Belgium. “Despite its complexity, the French language is romantic. I like to write in French because I am more familiar with it,” he said.
As for his advice to young Moroccans wishing to make their dreams come true, Enesse recommended that they work hard and concentrate on their projects and not rush, because success comes at the right time to those who know how to expect it.