French found the inspiration for the “Unforgettable” music video after watching a dance video of Uganda’s Triplets Ghetto Kids on Youtube. The kids’ joyous street dancing inspired French to travel to his motherland of Africa to witness their moves.
The “Pop That” hitmaker, real name Karim Kharbouch, traveled to Uganda in March to film his new music video “Unforgettable ... off of it itself (sic),” French said. “Us taking 30-hour trips over there, helping kids and using a platform.
Madonna has been taking language lessons so she can understand her children when they talk amongst themselves in French. The Material Girl has enrolled her four children, Lourdes, 15, Rocco, 11, David, six, and five-year-old Mercy, in French-speaking schools.
Here are 11 catchy French music videos for kids that will likely get stuck in your head. Because believe me, they are often stuck in my head! Perhaps the most catchy music video of them all is this "Papa pingouin" music video. It gets stuck in my head all.
The film, posted on YouTube, showed her helping kids with musical maths lessons in which they sing to learn sums. She also met with French President Emmanuel Macron last month (Jul17) to discuss global educational initiatives. After the meeting.
He shot his new music video over there, and was blown away by the moves he saw kids put down on the set. In fact, he invoked Chris Brown's name to get his point across -- but sounds like French was moved way beyond dance.
French pianist and music educator Chow Chingling to co-host the music party, hoping to deepen culture exchange between Chinese and French young generation. Some 15 children from both countries played Chinese folk music The Song of Yangtze River and.
We like kids, we like gangs, we really like daydreaming and imagination; the video straddles the line between nostalgia and the visual death-porn of our generation – the action film. Don’t get carried away by politics – this is a straight-up kid.
For the same reason, French radio cannot broadcast too much foreign music ... French culture based on his or her personal anecdotal observations. Additionally, there are quite a few generalizations to make the article easier to understand for the children.
Throughout the week, we’ll hear some of Kaci’s favorite music, why she loves the instrument, and why she thinks you too, should play the French Horn! Listen Listening... 9:33 Kids' Commute Episode 10: French Horn Friday with Kaci Cummings - Ein.