Kool Shen

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Kool Shen
Born Bruno Lopes
(1966-02-09) 9 February 1966 (age 48)
Saint-Denis, Paris, France
Occupation Rapper, actor
Years active 1989–present

Bruno Lopes, alias Kool Shen, (French pronunciation: ​[kul ˈʃɛn]; born 9 February 1966) is a French rapper and producer, with Portuguese origins. He is also a break dancer and a graffiti artist. He is a co-founder of Suprême NTM and one of the major figures of French rap. He was featured on Enhancer's album Electrochoc in the song "Hot". On 8 November 2009 it was announced that he was the first ever rapper to have an album featured on a football shirt, when Lyon accepted the deal with BetClic. Lyon will wear the shirt once, against Marseille.

Discography[edit]

Music videos[edit]

  • 1998 : "That's my people".
  • 2000 : "United we stand" (feat Toy). Directed by J.G Biggs
  • 2002 : "Are You Ready?" (feat Toy). Directed by J.G Biggs
  • 2004 : "Qui suis-je?" (actors: Samuel Le Bihan & Jo Prestia). Directed by J.G Biggs.
  • 2004 : "II shoot IV my people" (feat Big Ali) Directed by J.G Biggs.
  • 2004 : "Un ange dans le ciel". Directed by J.G Biggs.
  • 2005 : "L'avenir est à nous" (feat Rohff & Dadoo). (actor: Tchéky Karyo) Directed by J.G Biggs.
  • 2005 : "That's my people (live)" (feat Sinik & Kery James) Directed by J.G Biggs.
  • 2006 : "HOT" (with Enhancer & David Banner) Directed by HK corp.
  • 2009 : "J'reviens" (feat JoeyStarr) (Actor : Philippe Nahon)
  • 2009 : "C'est bouillant" (with Salif)

Filmography[edit]

Film and television
Year Title Role Notes
1998 Qui paiera les dégâts? The Dealer Short film
2000 Old School Jean-Louis
2000 Elie annonce Semoun Video
2003 The Dope Lord Fatal
2005 Au petit matin Short film
2008 J'reviens Himself Short film
2013 Abuse of Weakness Vilko Piran
2014 Paris Sacha TV series

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