Papaoutai – Pentatonix ft. Lindsey Stirling (Stromae Cover) Djmastersound Remix

Papaoutai Remix 2018

Papaoutai is the remix studio by french Dj producer Djmastersound, released on 18 October, 2018 by Frederic Cilia.

You can now listen to the remix on iTunes. iTunes download platform

“Papaoutai” (Papa où t’es, French for “Dad, where are you?”) is a song written and performed by Belgian musician Stromae. The song was released as a digital download in Belgium on 13 May 2013 as the lead single from his second studio album Racine Carrée (2013). The song peaked at number one in Belgium and France and became the best selling single of 2013 in Belgium. A remix of the song featuring Angel Haze also appears on the album.

The song was performed live at the 2013 NRJ Music Awards, where it featured will.i.am. The song is also featured on the 2014 dancing game Just Dance 2015 for PAL regions and is available as DLC for NTSC regions.

Papaoutai lyrics

[Couplet 1]
Dites-moi d’où il vient
Enfin je saurai où je vais
Maman dit que lorsqu’on cherche bien
On finit toujours par trouver
Elle dit qu’il n’est jamais très loin
Qu’il part très souvent travailler
Maman dit “travailler c’est bien”
Bien mieux qu’être mal accompagné
Pas vrai ?

[Pont]
Où est ton papa ?
Dis-moi où est ton papa ?
Sans même devoir lui parler
Il sait ce qui ne va pas
Ah sacré papa
Dis-moi où es-tu caché ?
Ça doit, faire au moins mille fois que j’ai
Compté mes doigts

[Refrain]
Où t’es, papaoutai?
Où t’es
Où t’es, papaoutai?
Où t’es
Où t’es, papaoutai?
Où t’es, où t’es où, papaoutai ?
Où t’es
Où t’es, papaoutai ?
Où t’es
Où t’es, papaoutai ?
Où t’es
Où t’es, papaoutai ?
Où t’es, où t’es où, papaoutai ?
Où t’es
Où t’es

Stromae

Stromae is known for his distinctive physique and clothing style. He has used this image in launching a limited fashion line, Mosaert (an anagram of his stage name). The collection features bright colors and geometric patterns, and has been described as “hipster” and “retro kitsch”. Stromae has said that he wanted to “create a bridge between British style and African aesthetic”.

The first collection was a success, with stocks almost sold out after three days. The second collection, Capsule No. 2, was released at Colette in Paris on 3 December 2014, and features the square root design on each item in different colors. Capsule No. 3 was released on 7 April 2016, a music track was released on 31 March 2017 to promote the line. The new designs are the first to use patterns not previously worn by Stromae, reflecting Mosaert’s intention to gradually move into a separate stylistic identity for the clothing line