MusicMonday: All In My Grill - Missy Elliot

Today's #MusicMonday is a mainly chosen because of the guest appearance by MC Solaar a Senegalese-French rapper. Admittedly it isn't a song for everyone, however if you have a little knowledge of la belle langue that is French you may appreciate MC Solaar's ditty and as hip-hop/R&B songs from the late 1990s go it's not a bad one. His lyrics are surprisingly deep for a hip-hop artist who is someone  I enjoyed learning more about when I studied languages at University.  The song choice is obviously also acknowledging my current location, in the south of France. You can read more about my first impressions of the area and our current plans here but scroll over the circles on my last week of Instagrams below to see more of what we've been up to, which is actually not much as we're trying desperately to find a place to live for a little while... 

Frances M. Thompson

Londoner turned wanderer, Frankie is an author, freelance writer and blogger. Currently based in Amsterdam, Frankie was nomadic for two years before starting a family with her Australian partner. Frankie is the author of three short story collections, and is a freelance writer for travel and creative brands. In 2017, she launched WriteNOW Cards, affirmation cards for writers that help build a productive and positive writing practice. When not writing contemporary fiction, Frankie shops for vintage clothes, dances to 70s disco music and chases her two young sons around Amsterdam.
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