RMC Sport has its “culture-sport” section called “Double Contact”. Throughout the year, we offer you intimate and quirky interviews with artists who make the news. After the release of his “Afro Romance” project, we met Hiro. The 30-year-old singer tells us about his admiration for Sergio Ramos, his difficult support for PSG and his friendship with players from the France team.
Alone against all. Hiro grew up in Seine-et-Marne, east of the Paris region. And he has always supported PSG. But within his family, it is an exception. In the wake of his father, everyone supports OM at home. Suffice to say that he is copiously chambered with each disappointment of the club of the capital. But he takes it with a smile. Cradled by the memory of the 1996 Coupe des Coupes epic, which he discovered on a tape when he was very young, the 30-year-old singer has never ceased to encourage the Rouge et Bleu. From Youri Djorkaeff to Kylian Mbappé, whom he considers today as the real dynamite of the team.
Close to Sissoko and Matuidi
This is what he tells us when we meet him after the release of his project “Afro Romance” (available since the end of May). Close to Moussa Sissoko and Blaise Matuidi, with whom he exchanges regularly, the artist of Congolese origin himself kicked the ball in his youth. In an old-fashioned stopper style, based on manly duels and muscular tackles. With Sergio Ramos as the ultimate model. Obviously delighted to see him land at the Parc des Princes, he hopes that the former Real Madrid captain will instill the culture of winning in Paris. With his charisma, his grinta and his mind. While strengthening an institution that Hiro still considers too lax with his stars …
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