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Bigflo & Oli at the Videotron Centre: The rap music of the French cousins ​​is very popular in Quebec

Bigflo & Oli at the Videotron Centre: The rap music of the French cousins ​​is very popular in Quebec

The audience at the Videotron Center drank poems and danced to the rhythm of musical compositions by the Toulouse duo Bigflo and Ole on Saturday evening.

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It must be said that Ollie, the younger of the two brothers, hit the mark with this performance, as he appeared on stage dressed as the Quebec Nordiques. However, it was the tandem rhymes that set the mood at the Videotron Centre, which opened the ball on artist And Life afterWhile supporters jumped up and down.

Sometimes it is difficult to understand because of the speed of rap music, especially on… we tooi, Bigflo and Oli could still count on loyal people who recited every word by heart.



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Images associated with their pieces, as in dad, during which we saw images of the duo’s father, identical to Bigflo, made the performance even more fun to watch. Rappers also had an idea for the “+1s” – those who were less familiar with their music and who accompanied the enthusiasts – by projecting their lyrics onto the giant screen.

By playing the words or by playing the piano and trumpet as well copy paste And DamageThe duo gave a performance that lived up to what we expect from great artists crowned Knight of the Order of Arts and Letters in France.

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on the moon

The two presenters transformed the Videotron Center into a starry sky when they performed the song on the moon, which has had over 38 million plays on Spotify. The seven thousand bracelets given to lovers at the entrance to this rhythmic path suddenly lit up, giving the arena the appearance of a stratosphere that could be seen through a telescope.



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Put the “P” in rap

The word rap is an abbreviation for ” Rhythm and poetry On the song Jose and Amardedicated to their Argentinian and Algerian forefathers, Bigflo & Oli brought the guitars and beautiful melody to deliver a beautiful lesson in poetry to the Quebec audience, recalling the quality of Grand Corps Malade tournaments.



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Fredz, a promising artist

Combining pop and hip-hop, Fredz, opening for Bigflo & Oli, deserves the attention he has received on social media over the past four years. The voice, rhymes and stage presence of the man discovered by K. Maru during the pandemic is undoubtedly a promising artist. However, since he comes from a rapper from Longueuil who studied at UQAM, and with the love that Quebec rap has received in the French-speaking world for several years, Fredz can get away with it without forgetting his native accent, which makes the strength of his style of music In our governorate.



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