Paris is the third studio album sold to several million sales of French singer Zaz.
This is a true love letter to the most romantic of European cities and features some of the most iconic French songs reworked with the help of producer Quincy Jones.
The success took Zaz by surprise from the first album with the clinking tube "I want", widely acclaimed beyond the borders.
The beginner trained to the song by the jazz detonated by its spontaneity mixed with a point of innocence, and a hint of impertinence due to its past of intermittent marginal and alternative tendency.
Today immersed in the great bath of the hexagonal variety, between old sea wolves and showbiz traders, the singer tries to preserve its difference while accepting the rules of the environment. This pleasant diversion that constitutes a third album exclusively filled with covers dedicated to the City of Light allows him to take a step aside and to (have) pleasure.
On this occasion, the singer performs three duets with guests: Canadian singer Nikki Yanofsky (on J'aime Paris), Thomas Dutronc (on Charles Trenet's La Romance de Paris) and Charles Aznavour (on his own song J ' like Paris in the month of May).