DJ Arafat

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DJ Arafat
Arafat concert vrai.jpg
Background information
Birth nameAnge Didier Houon
Also known asArafat DJ 3500 voltes
Arafat Muana
Yorobo 5500 voltes
Apache 8500 voltes
Sao Tao le dictateur
Commandant Zabra
Zeus D'Afrique
Termistocle
Influemento
Ave Cesar
Beerus Sama
Daishikan
Born (1986-01-26) January 26, 1986 (age 33)
Cocody, Abidjan, Ivory Coast
GenresCoupé-Décalé
Websitedjarafat3500voltes1.skyrock.com/2.html

DJ Arafat, or Arafat Muana, born January 26, 1986 as Ange Didier Huon), an ex-disc jockey in "Shangaï" on Princess Street (Rue Princesse, located in Yopougon, Ivory Coast), is an Ivorian DJ and singer,[1] who makes music of the Coupé-Décalé genre.

He is the son of Tina Glamour, also an artist, and the deceased musician Houon Pierre.[2] He is considered one of the most popular African artist in Francophone countries around the world. DJ Arafat is one of the first in his country Ivory Coast to obtain 1 million views in less than a day on his song ‘Moto Moto’

Discography[edit]

Albums[edit]

Year Title Label
2000 Femmes Obouo Music
2009 Don de Dieu Obouo Music
2010 Gladiator Nouvelle Donne
2011 Faison la fete Obouo Music
2012 Baisboula Areguede World Music
2012 Kpankaka Obouo Production
2013 Chebeler Obouo Music
2013 Yorogang Vol. 1 Akwaba
2013 Yorogang Vol. 2 Akwaba
2017 Yorogang Monstre Marin Corporation
2018 Renaissance Universal Music Africa

Singles[edit]

  • 2008 : African Tonik with Mokobé, Mohamed Lamine and Mory Kante
  • 2009 : Gladiator
  • 2010 : Sao Tao en Lil Wayne (with Yvan Trésor)
  • 2010 : Hymne officiel des Elephants pour Orange foot
  • 2010 : Digital
  • 2014 : Gbinchin Pintin
  • 2014 : 2 Matin 3 le Soir
  • 2014 : Yele Lele
  • 2016 : Agbangnan
  • 2016 : Mouvement Patata
  • 2016 : Je Gagne Temps
  • 2016 : Maplorly
  • 2017 : Enfant béni
  • 2017 : Faut Chercher Pour Toi
  • 2018 : Dosabado
  • 2018 : Tapis Vélo Afro Trap
  • 2019 : Moto Moto

Musical collaborations[edit]

Year Title stone face Collaborators Album
2003 Boucan Molare & DJ Lewis Boucan
2005 On va sauter Grand Maquis
2006 Pipo DJ Caloudji DJ TV5 & Serpent noir DJ Mister Black Hits
2006 Mastiboulance Papa Ministre and DJ Lewis
2006 Tu fais malin Erickson Le Zulu Africa wanted Vol. 3
2007 Mon ami DJ Rodrigue
2008 On aime trop ça Alibi Montana Coupé Décalé Mania Volume 2
2008 Kpangor reload Vetcho Lolas
2009 Reinta Fouinta Debordeaux Leekunfa & Claire Bailly
2009 Lebede 2 Debordeaux Leekunfa
2009 Spot 2009 (-18 ans) DJ Karter
2009 Madame Monsieur DJ TV3
2009 Spécial Sesegnon Debordeaux Leekunfa
2007 25 25 Arachide reload Debordeaux Leekunfa
2009 Lebede 2 Debordeaux Leekunfa
2009 Guedjé wan houssa DJ K-Lamite
2010 Kassamoulé Serges Beynaud
2010 Sauterelle Doliziana
2010 Zropoto 1 Media la Fifa Gladiator2555
2010 Zropoto 2 DJ Arafat Zropoto
2010 Zropoto 3 DJ Mix 1er Zropoto
2016 Approchez Regardez Kiff No Beat

Awards[edit]

WatsUp TV Africa Music Video Awards[edit]

Year Nominee / work Award Result
2016 Maplôrly Best West African Video Won
Concert a Korhogo Best African Performance Won[3]

Tours[edit]

Name Dates Countries visited Album
Réconciliation July to August 2010 Cameroon, Mali, Ivory Coast Gladiator & Roi du Kpangor

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Nigerians top nominees for MTV Africa music awards with Zain 2010". WorldStage. MTV. Archived from the original on 18 July 2011. Retrieved 1 November 2010.
  2. ^ "DJ Arafat | Bongo Exclusive". Bongo Exclusive. Retrieved 2018-05-02.
  3. ^ http://pulse.com.gh/music/wamva-2016-diamond-platnumz-shatta-wale-beyonce-win-big-see-full-list-of-winners-id5963000.html

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