Charlotte Adigéry’s most recent single HAHA contains no lyrics, just organic laughter turned into an infectious, propulsive, teary beat. It’s strange and deeply catchy, and a mark of the Ghent-based artist’s ability to transform anything — Creole loops, tacky drum presets, squelchy synth — into addictive pop. She named her 2019 EP Zandoli after a Martinique lizard and a Caribbean rhythm, and filled it with songs about synthetic wigs, fetishes, and Fanta. Really, though, her music tackles racism, post-colonialism, and political correctness, all the while celebrating Black femininity. Having toured with Neneh Cherry and enlisted Soulwax as her label bosses, we’re in extremely capable — and fun — hands when Charlotte comes to Green Man this August.