Here is the second package of french songs to understand french touch: party songs. And if someone ask: yes, french people can dance. Go in a french discotheque and try to find someone who’s not dancing. Impossible.

Stromae – Alors on danse

No, Stromae is not french. He’s belgian like Jacques Brel. But he sings in french, so we love it ;-)

Zazie – Tout le monde il est beau

With this Song, you can learn a lot of names. Or just dance with the other frenchies.

Zazie ist a famous french “auteur, compositeur, interprète”. She also writes really melancholic songs. She’s coach for “The Voice” since 2015

Jenifer – Sur le fil

Jenifer won the first french “Star Academy” in 2002. She stills provide the french charts with good party music, and is coach in “The Voice France”

Mr Oizo “Flat beat”

Mr. Oizo (pronounce “muhssiuh ohazzo”) is the stage name of French electronic musician and film director Quentin Dupieux. Dupieux released “Flat Beat” in January 1999. At this time, nobody knew what “french touch” means

La Compagnie Créole – Vive Le Douanier Rousseau

Oh… no! I don’t like this Song. But it’s really famous since 1983. You’ll probably hear it in every good party. “La Compagnie Créole” is a popular French pop band from French Guiana and the French West Indies.

Christophe Willem – Double Je

Christophe Willem is a french singer and the winner of the fourth edition of Nouvelle Star. The song “Double je” was a loooooong time in the charts

Stardust – Music Sounds Better with You

“Music Sounds Better with You” is the only song by this one-time band. But you’ll may find some connections to Daft Punk ;-)

Zouk Machine – Maldon

One more influence from the islands of France. Zouk Machine is an all-female Zouk group from Guadeloupe which had several hits in France, such as the summer number-one single “Maldòn”.

Patrick Hernandez – Born to be alive

Patrick Hernandez  is a french singer who had this worldwide hit with “Born to Be Alive” in 1979

Daft Punk – Get lucky

Oh yes… Daft Punk is a french project