Following the dark and biting "Contrôle", Lary Kidd and his producers Ajust and Ruffsound wanted to focus on a more unifying album with a catchy and powerful sound. Without losing his conscious and doubtful gaze on the world, the rapper delivers well-crafted texts juxtaposed with references to pop culture and art, social criticism and epicurean fantasies. With eclectic and powerful rhythms, Lary shows that he is at the top of his game on "Surhomme", perfecting his characteristic rap style strongly inspired by the big American stars. He leaves nothing to chance, whether in his introspective monologues imbued with disarming authenticity, on the more festive songs with memorable melodies or when he swaps the microphone with his first-rate collaborators, Loud, 20Some and Tizzo.