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Zeler

Plucked from relative obscurity by fellow French-Algerian rapper LIM, Zeler capitalized on many high-profile collaborations to emerge among the most guaranteeing young talents within the Parisian metropolitan scene. Elevated in Boulogne-Billancourt, he initial came to interest with guest performances on the name monitor from hip-hop collective Mo’vez Lang’s 2007 long-awaited second record, Associes ? Vie, as well as the chart-topping Delinquant (“Si on Reussit,” “Tout Etait Calcule”) by LIM, Mo’vez Lang’s most prominent member, but Zeler received his big break when he teamed up just as before with LIM on 2009’s joint studio room effort Progression Urbaine. After putting your signature on using the Tous Illicites label, he released his debut solo record, Tremblement de Terre, in 2012.

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