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Using the “Ni**as in Paris” soundtrack, the video features a sequence of known and unknown black people, in their own universe. The goal is to show that this diversity is a driving force in creating the unique charm & atmosphere that the city of lights exudes. Authentic and original/innovative, this video is a fresh take on a song that has quickly become a classic and serves as a great notice to Jay-Z and Kanye’s upcoming visit to Paris.
With this video, the + l’infini’s team hopes to transcend the cultural and social differences of our worlds and cement a link between the American and French Black communities.


Ibrahim Koudié : Réalisateur
Paméla Koudié-Diop : Productrice
Val Kingé : Chargé de production
Isma Ka : Assistant réalisateur
Thomas Verne AKA “Final Cut Killer” : Monteur, assistant réal
Moussa Diop : Cadreur
Pour le light painting :
Julien Jourdain de Muizon : Graphiste/Réalisateur
Steeven Briand : Graphiste/Réalisateur
Kevin Couliau : Time Laps
Cyril Cavalié : Photos
Gilles Soukoudjou : Coordinateur

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2 Responses to "Jay-Z + Kanye West – “N***as In Paris (Paris Edition)” (Video)"
  • khordkutta says:

    great vid, wow kinda culture shocked, without seeing some of the sights you could think they were in ny or cali

  • zzubtone says:

    I guess a lot of ppl think there’s only black people in us and africa when in fact they’ve been in london and paris and other major cities since the 60s. people have had 50 years to observe it yet this video makes it seem special. Most blacks in US are from slavery but in Europe from more recent immigration, this means they tend to be closer to their african/carribean roots. Of course the younger ones are more into hip hop these days. I’m white but that is my observation and many blacks would agree and actually dislike the “americanisation” of their younger ones. Thats why if you go to the carribeans you will see the counter-effect of that, and notice ppl coming back to their roots, like traditional dancing and supporting their creole.

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