Like the supporters, DJ Snake does not understand PSG’s decision to change the entry music for players at the Parc des Princes.
As a good supporter of PSG, DJ Snake does not endorse the decision of the capital club to abandon the Phil Collins hit Who Said I Would to adopt one of its titles to accompany the entry of players to the Parc des Princes.
The person therefore wanted to play cards on the table this Monday on social networks. First, » I provided sound for the presentation video of Messi », Says DJ Snake. Second, » I discovered like you (the supporters, editor’s note) that we made it an intro music for the input of the players when it does not lend itself to it ».
— DJ SNAKE (@djsnake) September 13, 2021
Finally the artist, a big fan of PSG, trumpets: » I cannot accept this situation as a supporter. “During the evening, the Collective Ultras Paris also denied having been consulted by the club for this change of sound identity. A petition is circulating among PSG supporters to urge the management to reverse its decision.
Contrary to information revealed in various media, the Collective Ultras Paris office has never agreed to a change in the input music of the players.
Getting information out is good, but checking it is better.
The CUP office@PSG_inside
– Ultras Paris collective (@Co_Ultras_Paris) September 13, 2021