AP (rapper)

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Yohann Dubaye better known by his stage name AP (born in Vitry-sur-Seine, suburbs of Paris, France in 1979) is a French rapper whose parents originated from Guadeloupe in the French Antilles (French West Indies).[1]

In 1994, AP started rapping at the age of 15 in the Paris suburbs, mainly Vitry-sur-Seine. He became a founding member of music collective 113 alongside Rim'K and Mokobé and part of a bigger music project collective called Mafia K-1 Fry. He has also his own solo career including albums Discret released in 2009 where he is credited as AP du 113 with the album reaching #22 in SNEP French Albums Chart. He has co-directed and co-produced the compilation Zone Caraïbes in 2005.

Discography[edit]

Albums[edit]

Solo albums
Year Single Charts Certification Notes
FR
[2]
2009 Discret
Released:6 April 2009
Record label:
22 Tracklist:
  1. "Intro" (2:03)
  2. "Discret" (3:33)
  3. "La nuit" (feat. Despo Rutti) (4:53)
  4. "Roue de secours" (4:30)
  5. "Tempéraments" (feat. Dry & OCB) (4:40)
  6. "Tout peut basculer" (3:38)
  7. "Je suis libre" (feat. JMI Sissoko) (4:42)
  8. "Black Machine" (4:09)
  9. "Skit" (feat. Dawa) (1:46)
  10. "Gwada" (feat. Krys & Dawa) (3:56)
  11. "De passage" (feat. Léa Castel) (4:09)
  12. "Évasion" (2:57)
  13. "Le zeille" (feat. Selim du 94) (4:27)
  14. "All I Need You" (feat. Sizzla) (4:29)
  15. "L'industrie" (feat. 113) (3:41)
  16. "Dernier souffle" (9:31)
  17. "Medhy Custos - Mes divas (Remix)" (3:57)
Compilations
  • 2005: Zone Caraïbes (compilation co-produced by AP)
With 113
  • 2000: Les Princes de la ville (certified platinum)
  • 2002: 113 fout la merde (certified gold)
  • 2003: Dans L'urgence (reedition) (certified gold)
  • 2005: 113 Degrés (certified gold)
  • 2010: Universel
With Mafia K-1 Fry
  • 2003: La cerise sur le ghetto
  • 2007: Jusqu'à la mort

Singles[edit]

Featured in
  • 2009: "Relève la tête" (credited to Kery James presenting Lino, AP, Diam's, Passi, Matt & Kool Shen) (reached #39 in SNEP French Singes Chart)[3]

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