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Release date

Apr 28, 2022


Hip Hop


Kyo Itachi Le Discopathe Montpellier

Après avoir travaillé pendant de nombreuses années avec la crème du rap indépendant US, le prolifique producteur Kyo Itachi est de retour avec Solide, son premier album rap français sur lequel il propose sa vision du rap basée sur le fond et la forme. Solide offre des collaborations de haut niveau avec une sélection de rappeurs qui retrace l’histoire du rap francophone, d’Alpha Wann aux X-Men en passant par Dany Dan, Hifi., Faf Larage, Rocca, Rocé, Roméo Elvis, Jean Jass et bien plus !

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Alpha Wann - 99 En Peuf


X.Men - Mensonges Et Make Up



Faf Larage - Plus Un Geste



Jean Jass - JJ


Rocca - Savoir Faire



Dany Dan - César


HIFI - One Punch Man


Roméo Elvis - Bizentin


Weedy - Kamala


Sheryo - Mec Du 95 (Née Dans Le 75)


Fdy Phenomen - Birdy


Rocé - Puissance Feu


Nasme - Paris Vie


Daddy Jockno - Realness


Nikkfurie - Sombrero


Jaeyez - Solidité

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