PONY RYDER: How much pressure do you feel to prove yourself as a singer?
PONY RYDER: Do you have stage fright?
BAPTISTE GIABICONI: Not for the moment because I am used to that during fashion shows, but I am sure it will come very fast :)
PONY RYDER: Are you planning on doing a tour soon?
BAPTISTE GIABICONI: I would love to do a tour, but one step after the other...for the moment I am promoting my single and working on my album.
BAPTISTE GIABICONI: It is just the way I am, I just know where I come from and how lucky I am to be there.
BAPTISTE GIABICONI: During a dinner, I met a famous surgeon working at the Trousseau hospital in Paris – Dr. Gerald Franchi. He told me about his association « Face au Monde » which is exclusively humanitarian.
PONY RYDER: Do you wake up and have a croissant? How does your typical day in Paris look like?
PONY RYDER: Despite all the glamour of life in Paris, life in Corsica sounds so much better.
BAPTISTE GIABICONI: Start a new career as a singer….