In what may be the last in a while of my posts highlighting the latest in French music culture, here's a list of tunes for the northern summer.
This is Number 11 in my occasional series of posts highlighting the music of my hometown, Paris, also a center of Europe's African diaspora.
I like the tone and aesthetic of this commercial. It makes Paris look like parts of
The duplicity of France's ruling classes preoccupy most of this week's entry - number 10 - of Paris Is a Comment.
Paris burned in 2005 and it has been left smoldering since. That's the message of Paris Is a Continent, Number 9.
Number 8 in our series, Paris Is a Continent, showcasing the music of the French capital, is about bragging rights and one song.
The children of immigrants prefer Francois Hollande and the Socialists in France's presidential elections. (Paris is a Continent, number7.)
The series, Paris Is a Continent, is on number 6. Songs about our moms and break-up songs sung by men that women will like, among others.
A mix of French hip hop and smooth R&B dominates this installment, Number 5, of music from the French capital. Paris is a Continent.
This is number 4 in the music break series, Paris is a Continent.
The third in my series of musical breaks from Paris, France, features L'Algerino, Nessbeal, Corneille and La Fouine.
Hinda Talhaoui, originally from Paris but based in Brooklyn, drops the second of her posts highlighting the music of her hometown.
The first in a series exploring the music of France's capital. Hinda Talhaoui, originally from Paris' suburbs, is our guide.