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Classico organized: Jul's new album must bring together rappers from Paris and Marseille

2021-09-23T09:49:21.416Z

After his 13'Organisés, collaboration between rappers from the Phocaean city, released in 2020, the interpreter of Tchikita is planning a new record in the same vein that he will unveil on October 29.



Jul announced it: the sequel to

13'Organisés

, an album released in October 2020 and produced with around fifty rappers from the Marseille city, including Soprano, SCH or even Soso Manese, should be a collaboration between Parisian and Marseille artists, if we refer to the counter unveiled on September 21 by the artist on social networks.

This

organized

classico

is scheduled for October 29.

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Rumors were rife about this new record.

Some report the participation of rapper Kaaris, who, in the wake of this announcement, shared the publication of his colleague from Marseille on Instagram.

Just like the Parisians Nahir, RK, Rohff, Tunisiano or even Oxmo Puccino.

Enough to maintain the noise in the hallway, especially since Jul had entrusted his subscribers to work on the development of a new

"crazy project"

this summer.

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On June 25, a few days before this allusion, the Marseille rapper released the album

Demain ça ira

.

Success was very quickly at the rendezvous since the CD reached 100,000 sales on August 10, offering at the same time a seventeenth platinum disc to its author.

Jul thus became the French artist having received this trophy the most times, after a certain Johnny Hallyday, who had fifty.

Source: lefigaro

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