Kebab Délices Magic Beau Gosse
For Civilisation, Orelsan was obliged to quote the kebab he has been frequenting since his childhood: Le Magic Beau Gosse. Even if the album deals with less personal themes than his previous albums, Orelsan wanted to make references to his city of Caen.
Concerning the mythical kebab, its name comes from its founder Esmaeil wanting to establish a warm atmosphere, he decides to call everyone handsome since he does not know the first names of his customers. By combining it with their famous magic sauce that nobody, except “the druid” (Esmaeil’s nickname), knows and serving his kebabs with the famous phrase: “Un peu de sauce magique, beau gosse ?, all of Caen started to call the kebab that way.
A funny reference for the rapper because only the inhabitants of Caen understand the meaning of this sentence from the lyrics of Du propre .
Then when comes the realization of the clip, he does not hesitate to make a wink to the kebab and his team. Even if it lasts only a few seconds, we easily recognize the druid, singing the title of the Caenese.
Orelsan made 4 dates at the Zenith of Caen in 1 year.
Délices Magic Beau Gosse
The kebab Délices Magic Beau Gosse is a real institution in Caen. The place to come to taste a kebab on the port of Caen.
In 2000, the Esmaeil family decided to open a restaurant: La Panthère rose.
Initially located on rue d’Auge, near the train station, the restaurant decided in 2005 to move in front of the Leroy Tower to b... Learn more about Délices Magic Beau Gosse
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