Québec City’s Bardy Boyz drop “Coeur De Pirate” visuals in support of LP
Shoddy, Gld and L Nino of the Québec City-based Bardy Boyz release the new Cardlos Guerra-directed video for “Coeur de Pirate.”
Our weekly segment Submission Sundays features the new “Coeur De Pirate” video from the Québec City-based Bardy Boyz in support of their new album.
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- Who: The Bardy Boyz, which includes group members Shoddy, GLD and L Nino.
- What: The new Cardlos Guerra-directed video for “Coeur de Pirate,” which was shot during a recent trip to Toronto where one of the group members spent some time growing up. “Coeur de Pirate” was produced by Lonik and can be found on the new album named after the group’s members, Shoddy, GLD, L Nino.
- When: “Coeur de Pirate” is available now on YouTube. You can find the single on the new 10-track album which is available via Distribution06 on Apple Music and other outlets.
- Where: Representing Québec City, Québec.
- Why: We really like what the Bardy Boyz are coming with and “Coeur De Pirate” is just a small taste of the heat you can find on the new album (which features Chuckk, Lmc’râr, Ampee, Frékent, Sozi, and Fresh Corleone.)
You can check out the “Coeur De Pirate” video below.
BARDY BOYZ – COEUR DE PIRATE
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