Jean-Luc Mélenchon continues to mobilize against pension reform. - I. Harsin / SIPA
The mobilization against the pension reform obviously inspired the artist Khaled Freak. Known for his remixes of speeches by political figures, the Marseille youtubeur unveiled on Friday evening his latest creation on social networks. A clip containing a speech by Jean-Luc Mélenchon transformed into a song, with a good dose of autotune and vocoder effect, which he himself called "the new sound of MC Mélenchon".
The youtubeur was inspired by a speech by the leader of France Insoumise on the pension reform, delivered on January 13 during a visit to the strikers of a bus depot in Vitry-sur-Seine in the Val- de-Marne.
the new sound of MC Mélenchon 👊 pic.twitter.com/x1PqreM3UH- Khaled Freak (@KhaledFreak) January 24, 2020
"JLM, rapper of the picket line at Vitry"
Jean-Luc Mélenchon announced directly on Twitter that he was a fan. "Woooo! "No it's No", @ KhaledFreak has just released a clash remix! A clear message for #Macron! I put a blue thumb immediately. JLM, rapper of the picket line of Vitry ", tweeted the boss of rebellious France.
Woooo! "NO is NO", @KhaledFreak has just released a clash remix! 😉
A clear message for # Macron🤘!
I put a blue thumb immediately. 👍
- JLM, rapper of the picket line of Vitry # greve24janvier #NonCestNonhttps: //t.co/Vlw2ydVJ3q
It is not the first time that the youtubeur has sung the words of a speech by a deputy LFI from Bouches-du-Rhône. In January 2017, he had already remixed a speech by the leader of the rebellious France made at Tourcoing, in which he had notably launched the sentence "The problem is that of those who stuff themselves." The remixed clip had hit home on YouTube, totaling more than two million views in a few months.
But the biggest hit of Khaled Freak remains "The powder of perlimpinpin" by Emmanuel Macron, during the debate between the two rounds of the presidential election with Marine Le Pen.
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