Well, I haven’t, not until today. Guernsey, pronounced gurn-zee (thank you Wikipedia) is a British Crown dependency in the English Channel off the coast of Normandy. There’s a bunch of history that goes into this place that I’m sure many of you will be interested in. So, I’ll just leave some links at the end of the post you can check out when you have time because I don’t. Now, indulge yourselves in the sheer beauty of Guernsey: Continue reading “Ever heard of Guernsey?”
You don’t have to understand a thing she’s singing, just let the music soak in. Credit: NolwennLeroyOfficiel Continue reading Sunday Melodies #3: Nolwenn Leroy
I hadn’t until today. Thanks to my blog’s site stat. Anyways, the Republic of Mauritius is an island nation off the southeast coast of the African continent in the southwest Indian Ocean, east of Madagascar. Mauritius Island is part of the Mascarene Islands, with the French island of Réunion to the southwest and the island of Rodrigues to the east. Continue reading “Ever Heard Of Mauritius?”
French emo/r&b/rock singer Jena Lee released the music video for her single “Mon Ange” back in March. I’ve obviously been sleeping on this news because this song just happens to be my favorite on her sophomore album “Ma Reference“. Though it’s in French and I don’t understand a word, I absolutely love the song because of the emotion in the lyrics, however, the music video lacks the depth and substance that carries the track. There’s not much I can say except it tied in a little with the song. The lyrics had something like “don’t be my angel, become my demon“, and the love interest became a fallen angel in the video. Anyways, check out the music video below and be sure to purchase “Ma Reference” now and support Jena Lee. Continue reading “Jena Lee’s “Mon Ange” MV”
Prepare to be entertained by the music of this eccentric French singer and poetess. A sound and style like no other, Christina Goh creates a unique concept that is indescribable by words alone. “The afro-blues black pearl”, as given to her by admirers, is well on her way to the top. Should you have doubts, let the music speak for itself!
Check out her music video for “C’est un jeu” below, and read the interview to learn more:
The beautiful and talented French singing sensation Kayna Samet, has released the music video for her latest single ‘Yema‘. The song will be included on her upcoming album “Jeunes & Libres (Young & Free)”, to be released on April 11, 2011 (a bit far but oh well).
Though a French song, you can still feel Kayna’s passion pulling you in with every note she sings. The middle eastern melodies are also well harmonized by the featured artist Indila.
Check out the music video, and the English translation below to see exactly what I’m talking about: