Vianney: discover the clip for “Je suis fou” with Soprano and Kendji

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Surrounded by his very close friends, Vianney unveils the clip for his song “Je suis fou” with Soprano and Kendji Girac, taken from his album of duets “À 2 à 3”.

After the images of his duets with Zazie, Mika and Renaud, it is the turn of his acolytes Soprano and Kendji Girac to appear in Vianney’s latest clip “Je suis fou”. Taken from the album “À 2 à 3”, released on November 10, this title brings together the trio of artists around a humanist song which advocates mutual aid and sharing. It is not surprising to find Soprano and Kendji in a trio with Vianney as these three are so close. The performers of “Dingue” and “Andalouse” each signed a duet on Vianney’s latest album, namely the titles “À ta santé” and “Le feu”.

The clip for “Je suis fou” is like the song, mixing faces with the gripping rhythm of Vianney’s composition. We also find the three artists on stage, together, exposing their complicity to the public.

Recently ranked in the top 5 of the French’s favorite personalities and godfather of the last edition of the Telethon, the interpreter of “Beau-papa” announced, just a year ago, his intention to put the tours on pause. A resolution for 2023 motivated by his desire to take time with family and to which the singer is sticking since there will be no tour for the album “À 2 à 3”.

However, as he demonstrated in particular at the WECB Music Awards last November, the singer does not shy away from the stage and should still offer his audience a few duo performances soon.


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