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Christine and the Queens, Quincy Jones, The Weeknd, Lizzo,…

  • Quincy Jones – Ai no corrida

“ai no corrida” is originally a song performed and written by Chaz Jankel in 1980 with Kenny Young.

The song is based on the Japanese title of the film “The Empire of the Senses” (Ai no korīda) and which means “Corrida of love”. Quincy Jones covered it a year later for his album The Dude.

To achieve it, he called on a long list of collaborators, musicians and singers including James Ingram and even Mickaël Jackson for a few additional voices.

Under the influence of artists like Michael Jackson and Prince, The Weeknd began his career. He is back with his fifth album “Dawn FM”.

In this new album boxed with Daniel Lopatin collaborator of FKA twigs and Iggy Pop among others, the pop genius imagines the soundtrack of a fictitious radio station, the aptly named Dawn FM.

The Weeknd’s stroke of genius thus lies in the mise en abyme of an album which he himself qualifies as “commercial music”, marvelously introduced by the radio monologue of Jim Carrey with whom The Weeknd moreover shares the outside of the album.

  • Rosalia feat. The Weeknd – La fame

La Fama is the second collaboration between Spanish singer Rosalía and The Weeknd. This is the first time the Canadian has sung in Spanish.

The clip, directed by Director X, has more than 130 million views on Youtube to date.

We find the actor Danny Trejo, and an inspiration between music hall and the horror film “A night in hell” dating from 1996.

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The story takes place in a dimly lit nightclub by the name of La Fama, hear the fame, the celebrity! Rosalia wanders through the crowd until she notices The Weeknd, sitting alone, watching her performance. She seduces him on the stage, where they kiss before she stabs him with a knife. Miskin!

She continues her performance while the singer perishes. The audience applauds enthusiastically as Trejo is heard offscreen saying, “Be careful what you wish for.”

  • C. Tangana feat. Omar Apollo – Te olvidaste

In duet with the young Mexican singer Omar Apollo, C. Tangana builds wonderful bridges between music and eras, and offers a new, original and fresh adventure!

“In this song, I talk about who I am through what I have heard as criticisms of my personality” A crucial song for the singer.

Composed in fever and inner turmoil, like a release, this powerful title announces the color of what she is today: a singer-songwriter who is free, assertive, gentle and strong at the same time. We hear his desire to exist, we feel his flight.

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this stroll with an addictive chorus tells of the possibility of allowing oneself a change of route and paradigm. Jeanne Added’s new single, “hey boy”, arrives as an ode to deviation and transformation.

“Hello everybody, I’m coming out of my cave, my hair has grown, I am back”, she says on her Instagram account.

Que je t’aime is a song by Johnny Hallyday written by lyricist Gilles Thibaut and composer Jean Renard. Camille took it up again in 2012. The song appears on her album “Ilo Lympia” released in 2013, a Live album which came out after her album “Ilo Veyou”.

She does a very personal and instinctive rereading of this hit, as often in her music.

  • Chris Gargneau – The most beautiful to go dancing

Here is another cover: “La plus belle pour aller danser” by Sylvie Vartan, written by Charles Aznavour and revisited by Chris Garneau in 2010, for the soundtrack of the film Thelma, Louise and Chantal, the film by Benoît Pétré with Jane Birkin , Caroline Cellier and Catherine Jacob.

Christopher Garneau was born in Boston, but quickly moved to France, to Paris, where he lived with his family for a while, before returning to the United States, to New Jersey, finally moving to New York at the 19 years old.

Since 2011, he has gone into exile in the countryside to write. Chris Garneau and lives on a farm, where he raises goats and chickens.

About damn time, already a huge hit. The first single from Lizzo’s latest album released in mid-April is widely used as an illustration of stories on the networks at the moment and has gone viral on TikTok.

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  • Christine and the Queens – I finally see you

Christine and the Queens is making its big comeback in music, behind the name Redcar. The singer plays ambiguity on her gender identity and assumes this new image in order to redefine an oppressed femininity, to question “a macho and phalloccentric society” as well as a “desire to escape definition”.

She “claims the right not to define herself in her gender as in her sexuality”. She recently unveiled her new single “I Finally See You” mixed by Mike Dean, collaborator of Kanye West, Lana Del Rey and Jay-z.

  • Elli & Jacno – I love you so much

Would you like some synthpop? Here it is!

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