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Oh my Flocon, what a video. I like rap and I like the sound and the images here, but the language... ouch. Very rough. The only two lines that had anything to do with Paris were the following:If you escaped what I've escapedYou'd be in Paris getting f*ed up tooExcuse my French but I'm in France (I'm just sayin)Prince William's ain't do it right if you ask meExcuse his French indeed lol
I'm not even sure I knew the names of these guys last week but apparently they're famous and successful. As for the "song", Wiki has an extended article about it.I was surfing on the Internet the other day on the theme of African-American in France and this is where I found this piece mentioned.Speaking of Paris, in the trailer of Midnight in Paris one can see a Vélib' at 0:28 (crossing the Champs-Élysées) and a station for the bikes at 1:42 with your favourite Parisian boutique to be seen at 1:59 (right of the screen). It is indeed very close to the rue Clément Marot. Ooops, another Vélib' at 2:17. And then, what do we notice at 2:33 on the left?
Flocon,Near the end of that 'song' is it Woody Allen who I hear saying "No one knows what it means"?
Alors Flocon,En parlant des Vélibs dans la vidéo, tu me fais le regarder encore une fois. Et en la regardant mon coeur weeps to again be in Paris.Woody Allen has captured Paris so beeeaauuutttiiiffuullyy.
Pis, honi soit qui mal y pense
I don't think Woody Allen would have anything to do with rap in general or black people as well. Maybe the Midnight in Paris trailer has influenced your perception of sounds...Now what Prince Willam would have to do with Paris is also beyond me. As they say themselves: "No One Knows What it Mean" ;-)
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