If you’re looking for a foreign excursion, then listen to the Parisian vibes of Midside’s original mix, “Le Grand Jacques.”
Albeit the track is on the slower-side of BPM, this track is a downtempo journey accompanied by samples of an interview with French singer, Jacques Brel. And even if you don’t understand the language, you can still appreciate the artistry that Midside has created.
In the interview, Jacques discusses his intricate views on life, dreams, what it means to be an artist, and happiness. The sample ends with the line “Y’a rien de plus horrible qu’un homme malheureux, parce qu’un homme malheureux fait le masher.” And that last line loosely translates to “There’s nothing more horrible than unhappy man , because a man is unhappy unhappiness.”