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Raggasonic at Paris Olympia

Raggasonic at Paris Olympia

Raggasonic at Paris Olympia

By on - Photos by Jennyfer Papin - Comment

French deejay duo played in Paris on April 8th.


The concert began with DJ Lord Zeljko spinning a selection of songs from Dennis Brown, Damian Marley & Nas and more ...

The bassist AkaKoxx sang two tunes before the long awaited arrival of Raggasonic. This duo was formed in 1990 by deejays Big Red and Daddy Mory.

When Big Red and Daddy Mory entered the stage, the Olympia exploded. The audience sang along with them Aiguiser Comme une Lame followed by other tunes Kisder, Les Riches, Legaliser la Ganja and J'entends Parler. The atmosphere was electric and Big Red and Daddy Mory energies was non stop. The concert crowd sang along and enjoyed every word!

They took a short break and until they re-entered the stage, the crowd cheered so loud that the floor of the Olympia actually trembled under our feet.

They finally re-entered the stage for an encore and thanked everyone who attended the performance and announced that their next album is in the works.

Raggasonic's performance was really a memorable return to the stage last Friday, April 8, 2011.


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