Shurik’n is an associate from the superstar France rap group IAM who produced his chart-topping single record debut in 1998. Blessed Geoffroy Mussard on March 11, 1966, in Marseille, he co-founded IAM in the past due ’80s with fellow group associates Akhenaton (blessed Philippe Fragione), Freeman (Malek Brahimi), Khéops (Eric Mazel), Imhotep (Pascal Perez), and Kephren (François Mendy). After launching an underground mixtape, IAM Concept (1990), the group produced its full-length recording debut in 1991 with …de la Strategyète Mars on Virgin Information. The next IAM recording, Ombre Est Lumière (1993), spawned the group’s breakthrough solitary, “Je Danse le Mia,” which strike number one for the French singles graph for eight weeks in 1994. The 3rd IAM recording, L’École du Micro d’Argent (1997), debuted at number 3 for the French albums graph and spawned some strike singles. By this aspect, the group people had begun getting into single careers, you start with Akhenaton and his single recording debut, Métèque et Mat (1995). Shurik’n produced his single recording debut in 1998 with Où Je Vis on Virgin Information. Debuting atop the albums graph, Où Je Vis spawned a set of strike singles, “La Garde Meurt Mais Ne Se Rend Pas” and “J’leve Mon Verre.” A few years later on Shurik’n collaborated along with his sibling, rapper Faf Larage, for the recording La Garde (2000), which reached the very best 40 from the albums graph. In following years, Shurik’n reunited with IAM for the industrial blockbuster albums Revoir el Printemps (2004) and Saison 5 (2007), in addition to the in-concert documenting Live au Dôme de Marseille (2005).