While one of his songs was chosen as the entry music for PSG players at the Parc des Princes on Saturday, instead of a title by Phil Collins, French DJ DJ Snake said Monday on his social networks “ne not accept this situation ”.
DJ Snake stands out from the club
“I provided sound for Messi’s presentation. I discovered that we made it an intro music for the input of the players when it does not lend itself to it, explained DJ Snake on Instagram and Twitter, adding that he did not want to harm the club by “speaking up on this subject, but I cannot accept this situation as a supporter”.
— DJ SNAKE (@djsnake) September 13, 2021
Indeed, Saturday before the victory of PSG against Clermont (4-0) for the 5th day of Ligue 1, the public of the Parc des Princes was able to discover that the song “Who Said I Would” by Phil Collins, usually launched at the entry of the players, had been replaced by music from the French DJ, also known to be a supporter of the club of the capital.
The title of Phil Collins, which resonates in the Parisian stadium since the beginning of the 90s, had been relegated to the warm-up. This change made some of the Parisian supporters cringe attached to this song. The CUP (Ultra Paris collective) notably published a press release to explain that it did not agree with the change of anthem decided by the management, while a petition signed among others by former players is circulating in large numbers. on social networks.
Paris Saint Germain: Against the change of music at the Parc des Princes – Sign the petition! https://t.co/dda11ltB3c via @ChangeFrance
– eric rabesandratana 🌟❤️💙🌟 (@ERabesandratana) September 11, 2021
A petition to find Phil Collins
New RMC consultant, Nicolas Anelka defended another point of view on the air “He’s a friend, DJ Snake. It is not shocking. He is a French artist, a very big fan of PSG. And a very great artist on the world music scene. He is an artist of the new generation, who perhaps identifies with him. Maybe PSG wanted to change and maybe the players agreed. The PSG of 1992 was 1992. The PSG of the Qatari era is the new generation. There is a story, it’s true, but maybe the story needs to change. The club has changed since 1992. They want to change their identity, they have already changed their image. Change is good ”. Not for everyone, obviously.