DJ Mam's

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DJ Mam's
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Background information
Birth name Morad Mameri
Born 1972
Marseille, France
Origin French of Algerian descent
Genres Various
Occupation(s) Disc jockey
Record producer
Instruments Turntable
Years active 1989 – present
Labels Wagram label
Associated acts Collectif 123 Marseille
Website www.123marseille.com

Morad Mameri better known by his stage name DJ Mam's born in Marseille, France in 1972 is a Marseille-based French DJ of Algerian descent. He is signed to Wagram music label.

Career[edit]

Mameri was born in Marseille to Algerian immigrants and started playing at immigrant community events. In 2007, he released his first album Mam's Mix Party and was active in organizing many music events.[1]

Collectif 123 Marseille[edit]

In 2009, DJ Mam's turned his attention to incorporating various music trends Marseille culture represented and the result was his founding of Collectif 123 Marseille.[2]

Discography[edit]

Albums[edit]

Year Album Peak position
[3]
Certification
FR BEL
(Wa)
2012 Fiesta Buena
  • Release date: 1 October 2012
  • Record Labels: Mam's Prod / Space Party
    under exclusive licence to Wagram Music
92 106

Singles[edit]

Year Single Peak
position
[3]
Album Music
videos
FR
[3]
BEL
(Vl)

[4]
BEL
(Wa)

[5]
2009 "Hella Décalé"
(feat. Doukali & Soldat Jahman)
 –  –  – Fiesta Buena [1]
2011 "Zumba He Zumba Ha"
(feat. Soldat Jahman & Luis Guisao)
192  –  – [2]
"Zina Morena"
(feat. Luis Guisao & Doukali)
 –  –  – [3]
2012 "Zumba He Zumba Ha (Remix 2012)"
(feat. Jessy Matador & Luis Guisao)
7 42[6]
(Ultratip)
17 [4]
"Fiesta Buena"
(feat. Luis Guisao & Soldat Jahman
and special guest Beto Perez)
12  – 50 [5]
2013 "Hella Décalé Remix 2013"
(feat. Tony Gomez & Ragga Ranks)
83  – 34*
(Ultratip)
Non-album release [6]
2014 "Mi corazón"
(feat. Tony Gomez & Lynn)
187  – 30*
(Ultratip)
Non-album release [7]
2017 "Tranquilo"
(feat. Houssdjo & Luis Guisao)
 –  –  – Non-album release

*Did not appear in the official Belgian Ultratop 50 charts, but rather in the bubbling under Ultratip charts.

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