Joining famous brands Admiral T and Kaporal Maiky one of many French urban artists with military rates in their game titles, Colonel Reyel became the best authority figure because of some chart-topping releases. Given birth to Rémy Ranguin in 1984 in Guadeloupe, but elevated in Paris, he was raised within a musical family members, with his dad an amateur guitarist and his cousin Pédro Pirbakas afterwards becoming reggae superstar Krys. Creating a like of hip-hop from an early on age, he became a member of the Septentrional Staff in 2004, but carrying out a trip to the Western world Indies, he followed the name Colonel Reyel; announced that his objective was to serve Haile Selassie I, the came back messiah from the Bible based on the Rastafarian motion; and begun to test out the noises of zouk, ragga, R&B, and dancehall on different single mixtapes, including 2008’s Boomaz Mixtape, Vol. 1. After dealing with Krys and DJ Doug in the compilation 100% Zouk, he released his debut record, Au Rapport, which implemented the business lead of its initial two singles, “Celui” and “Toutes les Nuits,” by achieving the the surface of the French charts.