DJ Snake and PNL: a feat in the making?

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It seems that DJ Snake is preparing one more surprise for his audience. In a recent message, the French DJ star discussed the rap duo with laconic precision that intrigues as much as it excites fans.

A week after announcing that he will perform at the Stade de France in May 2025, DJ Snake has just released information which will not be without effect in the musical sphere. Once again top trending on Twitter, the artist announced in his Discord server that he would have worked with PNL. “I did something with PNL,” the 37-year-old producer simply wrote. Good news for fans of the rap duo even if DJ Snake remained very evasive about the nature of this project.

We therefore do not know if it is an exclusive title or a remix of a title from the discography of the two brothers. Enough to launch fans into all possible and imaginable hypotheses…

If the duo of rappers has been discreet since their project “Two Brothers”, released in 2018, a comeback appears unexpected. For his part, DJ Snake is off to a good start since after the phenomenal success of his appearance at the Parc des Princes in 2022, the producer has just announced his arrival at the Stade de France for his “Final Show” in 2025. A concert which will will be held precisely on May 19, 2025 and which fans are impatiently waiting for. Announced a week ago, the pre-sale will begin on December 7 and the official sale on December 8.


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