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In 2011, Austrian hip-hop musician Raf Camora changed his name to RAF 3.0, which is why the cover of his second solo album reads "RAF Camora is RAF 3.0". Moving away from his earlier hip-hop efforts, RAF 3.0 (the artist) and his co-producer KD-Supier create a futuristic dancehall- and R&B-inspired sound that includes dubstep bass ("Lach Für Mein Twitta"), reggae elements ("Nichts Verletzt So"), and strings ("Wie Kannst Du Nur"). Guest appearances on RAF 3.0 (the album) include Viennese rapper Nazar (on "Fallen"), German rapper Marteria ("Playmobil"), Konshens ("Luxus"), and Jamaican musician Sizzla ("Nicht mit Uns"). The record is also available as a premium edition with five bonus tracks (including "Roboter RMX" feat. Silla & MoTrip, and "Reichtum" feat. Tarek from K.I.Z.), and as a limited-edition which includes the bonus tracks and a T-shirt.

Biography

Born: 04 June 1984 in Vevey, Switzerland

Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Austrian rapper and dancehall/hip-hop producer RAF Camora (aka RAF 3.0) was born Raphael Ragucci to an Austrian father and an Italian mother on June 4, 1984 in Vevey, Switzerland. He moved to Vienna when he was still a child and started to rap and produce his own beats at the age of 14. Throughout the following years, he became a member of several rap crews, including Rapatoi, French Connection, Assaut...
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