The ad exploded on social media. In fact, Bizarrap He did it first in French and then in Spanish. The most important producer of current music launches the “Bzrp Music Sessions Vol. 44” next to Best before. So, many asked the obvious question: who is this artist who gave voice to the new theme of the hitmaker most important in Argentina?
Mohamen Sylla, such is his real name, he is French and made his first musical weapons in 2015. At 27, he has roots in Senegal and Guinea. Therefore, it is considered one of the main drivers of the afro trap, a genre that was born in the 90s in the United States and that proposes a fusion between rap and African rhythms.
The musician grew up in the 19th arrondissement of Paris, he was a pizza delivery man and was part of a rap group called 19 Réseaux (19 Redes). With his first four Afro Trap sessions uploaded to Youtube sparked praise from PSG players, Drake and also Madonna. its “Afro Trap Part 3” became the anthem of the Champions League and it definitely shot him to fame. On Spotify, some of its singles exceed 50 million reproductions and it has almost three million monthly listeners.
At a formal level, he edited three discs. First, Best before, came out in 2016 and has 15 tracks. This work was certified triple platinum in France and internationally certified platinum. That same year he participated in the presentation of the Real Madrid clothing. Two years later, it came XIX, composed of 20 subjects.
2019 was a difficult year for the artist. In January he was arrested for the death of a 23-year-old in a gang fight in Paris. Through your attorney, claimed to be innocent and was left in custody pending the trial against him. And everything got worse: while he was imprisoned in the La Santé jail he caught the coronavirus. Due to being deprived of his freedom, he had to suspend his tour, which included performances in stadiums in Lyon, Strasbourg, Nantes, Dijon, Rennes and Brussels. In July 2020 he was released and he was in charge of confirming it in his social networks
Throughout his career, he played some of the biggest festivals in the world, including Coachella (United States), Lovebox (United Kingdom), Frauenfeld (Switzerland), Eurosonic (Netherlands), Meltdown (London), Mawazine (Morocco). ), Encore (Amsterdam), Hurricane & Outhside (Germany) and Roskilde (Denmark). He also toured the United States and Africa.
This year he released his third album, called tame. And two months ago he launched “Pololo”, single that already has 18 million views. And now it is going to conquer the Latin American market. His collaboration with Bizarrap will put him on all the ears of our country.