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Booba

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Dolce Camara Booba, SDM 02:58
Dolce Camara Booba, Snight B, SDM 02:24
Scarface Booba 04:14
Mona Lisa Booba, JSX 03:07
Saga Booba 03:14
Petite fille Booba 03:35
92i veyron Booba 03:37
Ridin' Booba 03:31
Kalash Booba, Kaaris 03:49
Validée Booba, Benash 03:25

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Saga (Remix)

by SubLife, Booba, Ghenda

6/13/24

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Biography

Élle Yaffa (December 9, 1976), who goes by the name Booba, is a French rapper from suburban Paris who first garnered attention in the 1990s as a member of a duo called Lunatic with fellow rapper Ali. Going solo in 2002, his debut release Temps Mort went to number 2 on the French Albums chart. Panthéon (2004) reached number 3, Ouest Side topped the chart, 0.9 (2008) peaked at number 6, Lunatic (2010) hit number 1, Futur (2012) number 4, D.U.C. (2015) number 1, Nero Nemesis (2015) number 7, and Trône (2017) number 2. He has also had many tracks on the French Singles charts. “OKLM” (2014) topped the chart and also reached number 1 on Billboard France’s Digital Song Sales chart. “E.L.E.P.H.A.N.T.” (2016) and “DKR” (2016) topped both charts. “Nougat” (2017) peaked at number 2 on both charts and his 2019 release, “PGP,” topped the French Singles chart and went to number 2 on the France Digital Song Sales Chart. His collaborators have included Kayna Samet, Léya Masry, Trade Union, Mister Rudie, P. Diddy, Maître Gims, and Médine. After releasing a handful of singles during 2020, most notably the chart-topping Zed collaboration “Jauné,” Booba dropped Ultra, his eleventh studio album, in 2021, hitting number 2 on the French Albums chart. The LP added yet another number 1 single to Booba’s resume with “Mona Lisa,” featuring JSX. In 2024, Booba returned to the top of the French charts with his eleventh full-length album Ad vitam æternam, which also reached number 1 in Belgium.