Montreal indigenous Boom Dejardins was initially introduced towards the Canadian hearing open public in the past due ’90s as an associate from the québécois rock group La Chicane. The music group first shaped when he and guitarist Alain Villeneuve place their heads jointly in 1993, not really joined up with by bandmates Martin Bedard, Christian LeGault, and Eric LeMieux until 1996. The music group released their debut record in 1999, entitled En Catimini, which continued to earn a Juno Award and attain double-platinum position. The band’s follow-up disk, Disparu, is fulfilled with similar achievement, garnering invitations to execute internationally. For the time being, Desjardins released his very own Boombox label, housed under DKDD. Some important media performances, including performing as professor in the acclaimed Superstar Academie Television show, laid the groundwork for Desjardins’ departure from La Chicane in search of a solo profession. In November 2004 enthusiastic enthusiasts welcomed Increase Desjardin’s self-titled debut, which marketed a lot more than 130,000 copies. The record’s constant presence on nationwide charts, accompanied by a sold-out concert tour, was testament to the project’s power and artist’s trajectory.