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Album Review

Following hits under the guises of Bratisla Boys and Alphonse Brown, Fatal Bazooka is the latest comic creation from the French trio of Michaël Youn, Vincent Desagnat, and Benjamin Morgaine. Their debut album, T'As Vu, features 19 parodies of both pop and rap artists including Diam and Vitaa, dancehall artists Sean Paul and Lord Kossity, and U.S. hip-hop star 50 Cent, who Youn impersonates on the album's cover. Released in 2007, it includes the singles "Fous Ta Cagoule," "J'aime Trop Ton Boule," and the Yelle-featuring "Parle à Ma Main." ~ Jon O'Brien, Rovi


Formed: 2002 in France

Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Michaël Youn, better known to French hip-hop and musical satire enthusiasts as the creative force behind Fatal Bazooka, was born in Suresnes on December 2, 1973. With a formal theater education, Youn got work doing sketch comedy for the morning show for the Paris Skyrock radio station in 1998. He not only won widespread popularity but also the notice of local television execs, who offered him a slot on Metropole Television M6's Morning Live. Alongside Vincent Desagnat and Benjamin Morgaine, Youn...
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