Matt Pokora regrets not participating in the opening ceremony

Matt Pokora regrets not participating in the opening ceremony
Matt Pokora regrets not participating in the opening ceremony

The singer unveils “Chez toi, chez moi”, a song designed for the Paris Olympic Games. And expressed his regrets for not singing at the inauguration.

Matt Pokora would have liked to take part in the Paris Olympic Games. The one who just released the title At your place, at my place As this world event approaches, he declares in an interview with BFMTV that he regrets not singing during the opening ceremony on July 26:

“I would have liked to do it, it was not offered to me,” declares the 38-year-old artist.

According to indiscretions from L’Express dated February, Emmanuel Macron would have offered singer Aya Nakamura to perform at this event. If Matt Pokora believes that she has her place there, he recalls “being renowned for being perhaps the singer closest to the world of sport, and certainly the one who has been giving the biggest stage performances for 15, 20 years now” .

“I thought I was legitimate for this kind of big event, big ceremony… But that’s life!”, concludes the singer of ‘Si on dit’.

Custom piece

No less than 15 million tourists are expected in the French capital for the Olympic Games this summer. At your place, at my placein duet with the Congolese singer Fally Ipupa, resonates like a call for communion, while so many nationalities are preparing to meet in Paris:

“The goal is for everyone to make it their own,” explains the singer. “That this generation can dance together to these rhythms and commune. This piece is a communion; that’s sport, that’s the Olympics, that’s sharing.”

At your place, at my place marks Mr. Pokora’s second collaboration with Fally Ipupa. The two singers had signed the duo Just once in 2021

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