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Born Raphaël Mussard in Marseilles, France in 1971, Faf Larage was a commercially successful French rapper, who reached French Billboard's highest ranking thanks to his interpretation of TV show Prison Break's opening titles. Brother of Marseilles rap legendary posse AIM's Shurik'n, with whom he collaborated a couple of times (including on a 1997 hit single "La Garde Meurt Mais Ne Se Rend Pas," and a full album), he became a Marseilles-styled French rap figure in his own right with the release of a couple of albums, from 1999's C'est Ma Cause to 2007's Rap Stories.