Tag: Antoine Volle

This is the third episode by Macéo Moreau about the city of Marseille and just like THE FIRST and THE SECOND it delivers.

Watch Mael Vaudran, Victor Campillo, Valentin Verd, Antoine Volle, Kevin Ozcan, Bernie Pigeon, Ben Raitano and Macéo Moreau himself cruise the french mediterranean port city.

The second epsiode of the Marseille series by Macéo Moreau featuring Jerome Sossou, Victor Campillo, Kevin Ozcan, Théo Meas, Antoine Volle, Pierre Kaledjian and Macéo Moreau himself.

Marseille, Macéo Moreau, Victor Campillo and many other rippers make this fonky footy well worth the watch!

Featuring:

Jerome Sossou, Victor Campillo, Marius Moreau, Kevin Ozcan, Thibault Le Nours, Luidgi Gaydu, Armand Vaucher, Théo Meas, Abel Leblanc, Yensi Lama, Antoine Volle, Tim Reinson, Pierre Edouard Grimaud & Maceo Moreau.

This video starts with the song: “A Chacun Son Probléme” by Amadou & Mariam, the title translates into “Everyone has their own problems”.

The reason why this makes so much sense is that this video was filmed in Paris’ 93rd district, a place that is known as one of the most dangerous places in Paris.

The project was created by Macéo Moreau & Malo Simonet two people who are from the area itself. And that really shows throughout the project, they skate everything and connect with the people which creates a semi-documentary type of feel which most skaters who search for spots can really relate to.

Another good feature of the project is that the architecture is diverse, it shows both the trash & the treasures that are hidden in these Parisian suburbs.

All in all, this first episode of the project makes us look forward to the second and we hope it features the same crew.

Featuring:

Marius Moreau, Antoine Volle, Victor Campillo, Simon Souchois, Kevin Ozcan, Abel Leblanc, Thibault Lenours, Macéo Moreau & Malo Simonet.

https://youtu.be/NhuGbxS5T-w

The Parisian brand Futur drops one of their nicest edits to date featuring a very dope song by Mr. Barrington Levy.

Enjoy Oscar Candon & Karl Salah together with some guests by pressing the play button on your screen.

I only see legends in here. But probably the greatest legend is handling the VX, “Famous Frank“. If you know him, you know what I’m talking about.

Featuring Johnny Purcell, Edouard Depaz, Quentin Boillon, Stephen Khou, Mickael Germond, Samuel Parrado, and Antoine Volle.