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Petit Biscuit ‘Burnin’ : The neighborhood of love and predominance, trickles down with all of the glaze.

Petit Biscuit / Photo: Jonathan Bertin

French producer, composer, and songwriter Petit Biscuit continues to bring more of the excitement with ‘Burnin’ and its music video. From album ‘Parachute’, a million dollar worth of vibes tingle you into love and all of its contentious ilk.

The neighborhood of love and predominance, trickles down with all of the glaze of what’s gray and what’s expected of society.

Rules are mastered, then can be broken to tailor.

Love is the same way. It’s always been.

“I think a lot of fans will recognize themselves in the lead actors. Almost everyone has experienced that kind of holiday relationship when you’re tired of someone but you don’t know if they’re tired of you too. It’s something that could appear as sad, but I think it’s like a comedy or a love story… at the end, you just have this little feeling in your heart because you don’t know what will happen. But it also feels good watching this story unfold.”

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‘Parachute’ my new album is out, everywhere. 🤍

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