Brasco

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Brasco
Origin Guadeloupe
Genres Hip hop
Occupations Rapper
Years active 2005–present
Labels bombattak recordz, O-VNEE Music
Website www.myspace.com/brascobombattak

Brasco is a French rapper, originally from Guadeloupe. He is signed to the label O-VNEE Music.

Life and career[edit]

Brasco came to the inner suburbs of Paris from Guadeloupe in 1997. He started in rap by forming the group Apothéose with two other artists. They released several EP's and participated in several mixtapes.[1]

In 2005, along with El Matador, he recorded the CD "Bombattak Mc's", and started to build a reputation.

After participating in the soundtrack of the film Banlieue 13, he participated in the album of El Matador, Bombattak's other signed artist. After many postponements, Brasco released his first album September 8, 2008 called "Vagabond". This album was very successful. He released four music videos for this album: "Vagabond", "Ma France d'en bas" "D'une Blessure à l'autre" and "8000km". He also participated in the album U District 13 with his hit "Et Alors?" ("So what?").

In 2010 Brasco left the label Bombattak. He set up a new label: O-VNEE Music.

Discography[edit]

  • 2005: Bombattak Mc's
  • 2008: Vagabond[2]
  • 2011: Kalabrezz project

External links[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "rap2France - French rap website". 
  2. ^ "Cd sales". Retrieved 22 November 2011.