This Friday, the Franco-Algerian king of turntables paid tribute to Cheb Khaled with a remix of the very first title of the raï icon, released in 1974.
After his single Disco Maghreb, DJ Snake continues to highlight Algerian culture. This Friday, the king of turntables, born in Paris to a French father and an Algerian mother, shared a remix of Trigue High School (on the way to high school, in Algerian Arabic) the very first title of the raï artist Cheb Khaled, released in 1974.
DJ Snake ignites the Parc de Princes
DJ Snake has often highlighted his respect and admiration for Algerian icon Cheb Khaled. On June 11, he had for example invited him during his memorable show at the Parc des Princes, where the Algerian singer had performed his hit Aisha.
In addition to Cheb Khaled, several distinguished guests had also joined DJ Snake on stage: actor Omar Sy, DJ David Guetta or Belgian star Stromae.