Rachid Badouri: Les fleurs du tapis Soundtrack:- Rachid Badouri: Les fleurs du tapis is a comedy TV special directed by and starring Rachid Badouri.
Synopsis:- The charismatic Quebecois comedian gets real on everything from meeting a racist fan to letting success go to his head in this candid stand-up special.
Rachid Badouri: Les fleurs du tapis Soundtrack List
- Jamais de la vie by Loud: This song is composed by artist Loud and is part of the album Tout ça pour ça released in 2019.
Here is the complete lyrics of the song:
It’s not easy living in Jesus
I don’t know anything else to fulfill my dream
I lived my life even though I did not want my father’s life.
I said, put your feet in the sun
Hey tu was futre ta live in l’air
But if it’s okay with you, I don’t need to be okay
The Soundtrack of Rachid Badouri: Les fleurs du Tapis Soundtrack is now available. It will be available on various platforms like Spotify, Apple Music, Amazon Music, and YouTube, where you can listen to the entire album of songs and the score.
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Trailer:- A Netflix comedy special, Rachid Badouri: Les fleurs du tapis Soundtrack, will be released on January 18, 2024. You can also watch the series trailer on YouTube, where you can glimpse the story.
By watching the trailer of the show, one can guess how interesting and unique it is. And at the same time, we can also see how well he is connecting with the fans.
In this Netflix special, Rachid Badouri: Les fleurs du tapis, by watching the show’s teaser, it can be guessed that the fans will be entertained, and it will include stories.
The show follows Rachid Badouri as he talks about things that he is going through. With a unique and unusual personality, Rachid Badouri will make you laugh.
Rachid Badouri is a Canadian comedian, as well as a writer and producer and he is known for L’appât (2010), Sans rendez-vous (2021), and Opération Casablanca (2010).
After the immense success of his first three shows and with nearly 900,000 tickets sold around the world, Quebec comedian of Moroccan origin, Rachid Badouri, is definitely one of the most well-known figures of his era.
He started his career on stage in 2007 with his first one-man show, Arrête ton cinéma! Followed by Badouri Reloaded in 2012 and, since 2019, The Flowers of the Carpet.