Vianney reveals her childhood in her new music video with Renaud

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Before the release of his album “À 2 à 3”, Vianney is releasing “Now” this Friday as a duet with Renaud. The opportunity to discover a sensitive clip revealing Vianney as a child and adolescent.

One last track before the album. Two weeks before the release of “À 2 à 3”, the duet opus concocted by Vianney, the singer reveals a new extract that is particularly close to his heart. It must be said that for this new title entitled “Now”, the interpreter of “I’m going” went looking for a legend, in the person of Renaud.

A moving duet for Vianney

“By his pen & his people. Generous, sensitive and resilient. Renaud, what a gift”, comments Vianney in particular, as a launch for this new song, about the one who has inspired him for “20 years”. A soft and melancholy song about time and the imperative need to enjoy the present moment.

“It’s now/But not after Cherish the moment/Sweep away the past/Some would like to live to be old/It’s a mistake/We have to live better”, sings the duo in the form of a dialogue.

Before Renaud, Vianney presented several duets making up the album “À 2 à 3”, expected on November 10, like his title “Call on me” with Ed Sheeran – a title for which Vianney is nominated for the WECB Music Awards in the “French-speaking collaboration of the year” category or his titles with Mika, Zazie, Mc Solaar or Bigflo and Oli. Other pieces therefore remain to be discovered, in particular a new title with Gims or Mentissa.


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