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Sale mood Bramsito, Booba 03:36
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Légende (feat. SDM) Bramsito, SDM 02:39
Mi Corazon Bramsito, Naps 03:32
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Brian Massamba (March 17, 1996) is a French hip-hop and urban pop performer who goes by the name Bramsito. Born in La Fontaine in Brétigny-sur-Orge, he relocated to Pithiviers in Loiret with his family during his childhood. Even though he learned how to play the piano at the age of 7, his first compositions arrived during his teenage years. In 2016, Bramsito began uploading material to his music-sharing channel, garnering the attention of singer and rapper Fababy, who helped him land a record deal with the label Podium Entertainment. However, the alliance proved to be short-lived and Bramsito quit Podium Entertainment to create his own label, LosaNalosa Music in September 2017. After several back and forths, Bramsito finally signed with Booba’s Corp 7 in 2018 and made his official debut with the single “Sale Mood.” The track quickly achieved pole position in France, obtaining platinum certification shortly after. Prémices_, his debut album, saw the light in 2019 and was followed by Losa in 2020. Propelled by the Top 5 single “Criminel” with Niska, Losa reached Number 21 on the French charts, further solidifying his success. Bramsito returned in 2021 with the LP Substance, which went to Number 20 in France. The album contained the single “MPLT,” a dance-tinged urban pop track that featured Maes and entered SNEP’s charts at Number 68, as well as “Papier,” a collaboration with fellow rapper SDM.