#GlobalNews: “Céline Dion’s son René-Charles Angélil covers The Weeknd beneath title Big Tip ” #Toronto #Montreal #Calgary #Ottawa #Canada


Céline Dion’s eldest youngster, René-Charles Angélil, has dropped a number of new rap songs, together with two covers paying tribute to The Weeknd.

The 17-year-old son of the enduring Québécoise powerhouse, and her late husband René Angélil, uploaded the songs to his Soundcloud account.

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Angelil seems on the tracks beneath the pseudonym Big Tip.

His two The Weeknd tributes function album covers with the Montreal skyline in wintertime.

A 3rd tune, referred to as “Never Stop,” showcases an aerial view of Las Vegas, the place his mom has a residency at Caesars Palace.

Each contains unique lyrics retelling Angélil’s private expertise because the son of well-known dad and mom.

“Move to the desert, sweeter than some dessert, fake homies that deserted me, I do not deserve,” he rhymes on “Never Stop,” which was posted late Monday.

On “Catwalks,” which samples The Weeknd’s “Sidewalks,” Angelil opens by rapping that he “ran out of tears when I was 16.”

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He later outlines a few of his priorities, saying he places his household first and his music second.

A second Weeknd cowl, of the Toronto performer’s early tune “Loft Music,” follows an analogous path, recounting Angélil’s experiences in Vegas.

A consultant for Dion’s administration and Caesars Palace didn’t reply to requests for remark.

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