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0.9

Booba

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Album Review

Released in 2008, 0.9 is the fourth solo album from rapper Booba, a former member of the legendary French crew Lunatic. The polarizing figure — he’s arguably France’s answer to 50 Cent — offers a hard-hitting set of hip-hop here with beats provided by producers like Therapy, Oneshot, and Haze. With the Caribbean crew Rock City and dancehall artist DeMarco as guests, the album has a surprising reggae influence on some cuts, but at its core, it’s hardcore rap, with tough street singles like “Illégal” and “Game Over.”

Biography

Born: 09 September 1976 in Boulogne-Billancourt, France

Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

French hardcore rapper Booba was born Elie Yaffa in Boulogne-Billancourt on September 9, 1976. Upon mounting his hip-hop career in 1994, he also created the alternate aliases B2O and B2OBA. In 1996 he teamed with fellow rapper Ali to co-found the group Lunatic and the label 45 Scientific, in 2000 issuing the acclaimed LP Mauvais Oeil. Lunatic split as Booba began launching a solo career, and in 2002 he released his debut effort, Temps Mort. A commercial and critical hit, the record's success resulted...
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