Revealed in 2017 by her participation in the show "The Voice", in which she joined Florent Pagny's team, Camille Esteban is now meeting her audience, and presents her refreshing, mature and optimistic lyrics.
Born near Blois, Camille has been immersed in the music since she was a child, but it was only when she was a teenager that she started playing guitar and singing, and performed in pubs.
Her father signed her up for the casting of The Voice in 2017 and she performed a cover of Diam's ("Dans le noir") on the TV talent show stage. She was chosen by Florent Pagny. She did not win the season, but that did not matter, it allowed her to share her music with the general audience. Over the months, she gained new fans by broadcasting covers or personal compositions on the internet. Afterwards, she recorded a 5-track EP that gives us a glimpse of her musical influences and the rich cultural environment from which she comes. Indeed, Camille does not choose between rap or song, nor between guitar or microphone. She wants the public to perceive all the musical baggage she has and easily access her universe.
On October 19, 2018, she released her first album "Sur mon chemin" followed by her first tour across France, including a date at the Pop-Up du Label in Paris. She also opened a few dates on the Boulevard des Airs tour. Moreover, one of the members of the group, Sylvain Duthu, wrote a song for her next album. He is not the only one who agreed to write for her: Taïro, who worked for Maître Gims, and Maska, former member of the band Sexion d'assaut, also wrote lyrics for her.
She initially intended to become a Spanish teacher, but for now Camille wants to devote herself full-time to her music, and there may be more opportunities to come, such as opening for Tryo (with whom she recently collaborated). We can't wait to listen to her new songs and of course, see her back on stage! 2021 is the year of the release of a new EP entitled "Demain c'est loin", including 4 new tracks.