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Album Review

Bossaura is German rapper Kollegah's third solo album, released three years after his self-titled second effort from 2008. Working with a number of different producers including Shuko, Gee Futuristic, X-Plosive, and Abaz, Kollegah presents 18 tracks that showcase his trademark punch lines ("Bossaura") and his machine-gun delivery ("Mondfinsternis"). Guests include Farid Bang and Haftbefehl (on "Kobrakopf"), French rapper Ol'Kainry (on "Business Paris"), Sahin (on "Du"), and SunDiego (on "Billionaire's Club," "I.H.D.P.," and "Kokayne"). The album, which is also available as a limited edition with three bonus tracks, entered the German album charts at number five.

Biography

Born: 1984 in Friedberg, Hesse, Germany

Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Also known under the guises of T.O.N.I. and Der Boss, Kollegah's rhythmic and humorous "pimp rap" sound saw him emerge as one of the most inventive talents on the German hip-hop scene. Born Felix Antoine Blume to a Canadian father and German mother in Friedberg, Hesse, in 1984, he began competing in various rap battles from a young age, and following stints working for a bus company and as a translator, he signed to Selfmade Records in 2005. After releasing the mixtapes Zuhältertape X-Mas Edition...
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