French pop group PZK have scored a string of hits using their upbeat mélange of electro-pop, hip-hop, and dance music while their lyrics take playful aim in the obsessions of the normal teen boy, including girls, college, partying, girls, pizza, video gaming, noisy music, and girls. PZK was created in 2006 by five longtime close friends: MC, maker, and DJ KBC (aka Clement Simpelaere), MC JLB (aka Hugo Denim jeans Louis Baptiste Blondel), maker Baobab (aka Antoine Delbeare), MC Djouzy Djouz (aka Mendji Tebabes), and MC Olf (aka Florent Pyndhia). The people began composing funny rap lyrics simply for fun while these were within their early teenagers, so that as their abilities improved, they began recording their function and moving it around. Their podcasts and mixtapes started attracting a big following on the web, and after several successful television looks and an effective co-release with another French hip-hop take action, Obscene Children, PZK scored an archive agreement with Warner GROUP. Their 1st solitary, 2009’s “La Filles Adorent,” was a significant strike in France, as well as the group’s 1st full-length album, just titled PZK, made an appearance a couple of months later.