Eschewing the gangster rap that described the Gallic hip-hop scene from the ’90s and only an old-school jazz-funk vibe, MC Zoxea is normally renowned as you of France’s most interesting urban talents. Blessed Jean-Jacques Kodjo in Sevres in 1974, he initial teamed up with Melopheelo and Dany Dan to create Les Sages Poètes de la Rue, who discovered fame after showing up over the soundtrack to cult traditional La Haine. Zoxea continued to be a fundamental element of the trio while also discovering his innovative streak somewhere else, founding the Defeat de Boul collective as well as the IV My People staff, in addition to appearing on information by Suprême NTM and Busta Flex. In 1999, he released his solo profession with the record A Mon Tour d’Briller, and after creating the KDBZik label in 2003, implemented it up with 2005’s Dans la Lumiere. Concentrating even more on his several bands’ activities through the remaining 2000s, he resumed his single profession in 2012 along with his third work, Tout Dans la Tête.