Offbeat GIMS supports Valérie Pécresse, candidate for his re-election in Ile-de-France

17:10  09 june  2021
17:10  09 june  2021 Source:   nouvelobs.com

The rap is finished for Gims

 The rap is finished for Gims © provided by the point C Hange de Cape in the GIMS quarry: in an interview granted to the rapunchline media, the 35 year old singer announces that he abandons the rap to focus on other musical universes. "I really like rap, but I think I will not do it anymore," he said. Today, the majority of my audience is not necessarily people waiting for me in pure and hard rap.

  Gims soutient Valérie Pécresse, candidate à sa réélection en Ile-de-France © Copyright 2021, Obs

"I am proud to collaborate for a few years with Valérie Pécresse": in a short clip published on Tuesday on the account Campaign Twitter of the outgoing president of Ile-de-France, the rapper GIMS - formerly Master Gims - brings him his support less than two weeks of the first round.

> Look at the support of Gims:

accused, this Wednesday on LCI , to want to "seduce young people" thanks to this support of the rapper, Valérie Pécresse (free!, Ex-Lr) replied, "When it is The left that artists support, we find it normal, when it's the right ... it's totally against nature?

Ancient collaboration

This is not the first time that the two interested persons put forward their collaboration: Valérie Pécresse already quoted the artist, for example in 2018, in a speech delivered as an elue; "As Mr. Gims said in his new title" Chameleon "," she said.

or, in December 2019, as the announced the rapper on his account Instagram , Valérie Pécresse and Master Gims launched the talent marathon together.

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