Vianney, Soprano, and Kendji Girac seal their friendship in “Je suis fou”

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While we know his duets with Ed Sheeran and Zazie, Vianney still hides many gems in his new album “À 2 À 3” notably with Soprano and Kendji Girac.

Released on November 10, “À 2 À 3”, Vianney’s new album is in the plural. As the name of his fourth opus indicates, the coach of The Voice sings on each of his titles in duet or trio. Ed Sheeran, Zazie or even Bigflo and Oli… The singer has a series of collaborations. In total, there are 18. To the delight of fans, he continues to swap the “I” for the “we” and joins forces with his friends, Soprano and Kendji Girac to offer them a shock trio in the single « I’m crazy “.

A trio that seals his friendship

But the popular singer does not stop there. He also finds himself face to face with each of these artists. This trio thus marks their friendship. Indeed, he sings alongside the Marseille artist, Soprano, in “A ta santé” as well as in the successful single, “Le Feu » with Kendji Girac. The duo was also nominated at the WECB Music Awards 2023 ceremony in the “Francophone Collaboration of the Year” category.

Unfortunately, this trio led by Kendji Girac, Soprona and Vianney is not about to see the light of day on stage since the singer of “I’m going away” announced several months ago that he no longer wished to leave in tour for personal reasons, for a period of 3 years.


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