Justin Bieber in Charlotte Cardin: here’s what plays in the ears of Justin Trudeau this summer

Art 15 July, 2017
  • The Bag of chips and QMI Agency

    Saturday, 15 July 2017 11:00

    Saturday, 15 July 2017 11:00

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    The prime minister Justin Trudeau is that he also fell in love Despacito, THE song of the summer in which the canadian artist Justin Bieber pushes the note!

    “DESPACITO! Quiero respirar tu cuello despacito.” There is nothing better to go to the Parliament…


    This piece to the sounds of Latin is part of the music playlist summer on Spotify that Mr. Trudeau has shared Saturday morning via his Twitter account. His “playlist”, which features, you guessed it, songs in both official languages, featuring a plethora of artists among us.

    What I’m listening to this summer? What is it that I should listen to? For the list of reading of the PM in Spotify : https://t.co/HXZxCVeree pic.twitter.com/zPkPW7NwGC

    — Justin Trudeau (@JustinTrudeau) July 15, 2017


    There you will hear the very canadian Drake, Blue Rodeo, Sarah McLachlan and The Tragically Hip.





    Few québec artists have also captured the attention of the head of State, including Pierre Lapointe, Coeur de Pirate, Charlotte Cardin, and Adam Cohen.





    The “playlist” also includes The edge of lake Bijou. So don’t be surprised to hear prime minister Trudeau humming this classic of Zachary Richard, on parliament hill in Ottawa this summer.


    But where is Sophie?

    A part shines, however, by its absence: Smile back at me, a song written (and popularized?) by his wife, Sophie Grégoire.

    The (VERY) big disappointment.


    “Some people doubt (hmmm, hmmm), that angels can fly.”