Will Lavigne is one of the most humble snowboarders out there, which is really impressive because he has plenty of reason to be vocal about his on-board accomplishments. This French Canadian rail savant’s video parts have been featured in influential movies, from the Sugarshack films to Rome Snowboards’ mid-aughts team videos, to 2014 SNOWBOARDER Movie of the Year, Deja Vu. In each offering, Monsieur Lavigne has continued to raise the bar and provide a plethora of masterful maneuvers. Will’s electric trick selection in the streets is mirrored by his taste in the music that he prefers, with a mix of classics and contemporary artists, as well a healthy dose of tunes from his home province. So, scroll down and add a few of this Quebecois rider’s song selections to your personal playlist, because we’ll gladly take some direction, or re-direction as the case may be, from Will.
– Mary Walsh
Pre Aprés (what do you listen to before you go out at night): “Money trees”, Kendrick Lamar.
What is your favorite video part song of all-time? Skateboard works? Arto Saari in Mind Field. “Atlas”, Battles.
What video part song that you’ve used have you been most stoked on? Been trying to get this one for a while… “Passin Me By”, Pharcyde.
If you could be one rock star, who would it be? I don’t know… Celine Dion.
Turn it Down (music you can’t stand): Any country stuff.
Turn it Off (worst song ever): Any Dub Step.