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1995 Paris Sud Minuterar


1995 Paris Sud Minuterar




1995 Paris Sud Minuterar is a song by the French rap group 1995, released in 2012 as the second track of their debut album Paris Sud Minute. The song is a tribute to the southern suburbs of Paris, where the members of the group grew up and experienced the urban life, culture, and struggles. The title refers to the fact that a lot can happen in a minute in the south of Paris, where the city is restless and full of contrasts.


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The song features verses by Darryl Zeuja, Nekfeu, and Alpha Wann, and a chorus by Fonky Flav'. The lyrics describe the daily scenes and events that the rappers witnessed or lived in their neighborhoods, such as violence, drugs, poverty, police, education, music, and sports. The song also expresses the pride and love that the rappers have for their origins, as well as their ambition to influence their environment with their rap. The song samples a speech by Malcolm X, who says "I don't want my environment to influence me. I want me to influence my environment."


The song was produced by Hologram Lo', who used a jazzy and soulful instrumental with piano, saxophone, and drums. The song has a smooth and relaxed vibe that contrasts with the harsh reality of the lyrics. The song was well received by critics and fans alike, who praised the authenticity, talent, and originality of the group. The song also has a music video, directed by Syrine Boulanouar, that shows the rappers in various locations of the south of Paris.


1995 Paris Sud Minuterar is one of the most emblematic songs of 1995, a group that emerged as one of the leading figures of the French rap scene in the early 2010s. The group was composed of six members: Alpha Wann, Areno Jaz, Darryl Zeuja, Fonky Flav', Nekfeu, and Sneazzy. They were influenced by the golden age of French rap in the 1990s, as well as by American rap artists such as A Tribe Called Quest, Wu-Tang Clan, and Nas. They were known for their lyrical skills, diverse flows, and eclectic beats. They released two EPs: La Source in 2011 and La Suite in 2012, before releasing their first and only album: Paris Sud Minute in 2012. The album was a commercial and critical success, earning them a Victoire de la Musique award for Best Urban Music Album in 2013. The group disbanded in 2014 to pursue solo careers.


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