Psy 4 de la Rime is certainly a chart-topping France rap group from Marseille. Made up of Segnor Alonzo (delivered Kassimou D’Jae), Soprano (Saïd M’Roubaba), Don Vincenzo (Iliassa Issilame), and Sya Designs (Rachid Ait-Baar), the group was founded in 1995 in Marseille, France. Many years afterwards Psy 4 de la Rime produced their full-length record debut, Stop Party (2002), on 361 Information, a Marseilles-based indie label founded by fellow rapper Akhenaton. Released in colaboration with Virgin France, Stop Party was an instantaneous hit. It opened up at amount seven in the French albums graph and spawned four strike singles (“Le Kid des Bandits,” “Stop Party,” “La Vengeance a Deux Visages,” “Sale Bête”). The follow-up record Enfants de la Lune (2006), also on 361 Information, was a lot more well-known. It opened up at number 3 in the French graph, hit the graphs also in Switzerland and Belgium, and spawned another circular of strike singles (“Le Monde Est Rock,” “Enfants de la Lune,” “Effet de Style, Effet de Setting”). Afterward, among the group associates, Soprano, released a full-length single record, Puisqu’il Faut Vivre (2007), on Hostile Information. Shortly thereafter Psy 4 de la Rime came back using their third record, Les Cités d’Or (2008), released in the General subsidiary Barclay. Just one more blockbuster discharge, Les Cités d’Or opened up at number 1 on the France albums graph, once more charted in neighboring Switzerland and Belgium, and spawned a circular of strike singles (“Jeunesse France,” “Les Cités d’Or”). After a four-year break to spotlight solo tasks, Psy 4 de la Rime released 2013’s 4ème Dimensions, including the singles “Visage De La Honte” and “Crise De Nerfs”, and reached number 3 in the People from france recording charts.