Dany Dan, Zoxea, and Zoxea’s sibling Melopheelo shaped Les Sages Poètes de La Rue in 1987. Working in Boulogne-Billancourt, they portrayed the “great” rap nature of MC Solaar and produced their initial appearance on Jimmy Jay’s Great Sessions. Gathering popularity from Great Periods’ “La Rue” one, they collaborated using the manufacturer for an record released in 1995, Mais Qu’est-Ce Qui Fait Marcher les Sages?, which remains to be a vintage in France rap music. Their second record was older: Jusqu’? l’Amour shown their strengthened perception in tranquility through tranquil behavior, and asked their listeners to check out the same route. This integrity got them nearer in nature to various other great French rappers, while in addition they encouraged new performers from Boulogne-Billancourt using their personal label, Defeat de Boul. All three group users also pursued single projects, but nobody ever questioned their go back to Les Sages Poètes de La Rue; their single experiments just produced them stronger collectively, as inventive and open-minded because they had been initially. New experiences possess since offered the rappers having a 360-level vision as well as the courage to discuss issues that are hardly ever confronted in hip-hop, that may only consider them nearer to their objective: to be wiser.