Rohff – Discography

Housni Mkouboi better known as Rohff at times stylized as Roh2f (born in Antananarivo, Madagascar on 15 December 1977) is a French rapper.

Born in Madagascar to a family of Comoran origin, he immigrated in 1985 to France living in Vitry-sur-Seine, in south suburbs of Paris. His stage name Rohff (French pronunciation: ​[ʁɔf]) stands for “Rimeur Original Hardcore Flow Fluide”.

Rohff began rapping around 1990 and in 1994, he participated in the production of the album Première Classe (First Class), working on the track “On fait les choses” alongside Neg’Marrons, Mystik, and Pit Baccardi, and started becoming known to a larger audience. He is a member of the Mafia K’1 Fry, a group of rappers from Val-de-Marne composed. The group released the album Légendaire (Legendary) in 1999.

The same year, Rohff began to write his first solo album to be released in 1999 under the title Le Code de l’Honneur (The Code of Honor). Tracks included “Appelle-moi Rohff,” “Catastrohff,” “Skyrohff,” “Rohff Vs l’État,”, “Les Nerfs à Vifs”, “Génération sacrifiée,” and “Manimal.” Encouraged by the success of his first album, in September 2001, he released a second album La Vie Avant la Mort (Life Before Death). The album sold around 250,000 copies with tracks like “TDSI” “Get Down, Sam’di Soir” and “5-9-1” as a duet with Assia, and a single off the album.

But it was the single “Qui est l’exemple?”, released in the spring of 2002, that gave him his big breakthrough, selling roughly 750,000 copies. It also became his debut on the major national radio stations in France.

In 2006, he recorded “La Resurrection” as one of the soundtracks for the video game Scarface: The World is Yours. Read more

Nine – Discography

Nine is the stage name of Derrick Keyes (September 19, 1969), an emcee and protégé of DJ Funkmaster Flex from The Bronx, New York. Keyes got his break in late 1993 as a featured guest on Funkmaster Flex and the Ghetto Celebs’ “Six Million Ways to Die”. The verse showcased Nine’s harsh, gravelly flow and the artist signed a deal with the now-defunct Profile Records. He is known for the singles “Whutcha Want?” (1994) and “Any Emcee” (1995)

Keyes originally recorded under the Moniker 9MM (or Nine Double M) before changing his name to simply Nine. He stated, “I didn’t want to be just be named after the gun (9mm).” His stage name refers to his date of birth (9/19/1969), his shoe size, and his lucky number.
Emcee Nas recently referred to 9 Double M on the track “Where are They Now?” from his album Hip Hop Is Dead. He is also referred to on the track “Twinz (Deep Cover ’98)” from Big Pun’s debut album Capital Punishment, where Fat Joe says “Boogie down major like Nine” referring to Nine’s hometown, the Bronx.

Portions of Nine’s “Whutcha Want?” were recently featured in advertisements by US automobile manufacturer Jeep. The ads used the song “Steady Bounce” by KRS-One from his album Strickly for da Breakdancers & Emceez, which used a sample which from Nine’s “Whutcha want?” According to an interview conducted with, Jeep never sought permission to use the sample and Nine is pursuing legal action.

Nine also acted in an episode of New York Undercover (1997) .

The album “Nine Livez”, produced by Rob Lewis and Tony Stoute, generated several underground hits including “Whutcha Want?”, “Redrum”, “Ova Confident” and “Any Emcee”. The album, considered by many hip-hop aficionados to be a classic underground hip-hop album, is sought after by collectors. Read more

Krafty Kuts & Dynamite MC – All 4 Corners

Name: Krafty Kuts & Dynamite MC – All 4 Corners
Genre: Rap | Grime | UK Hip-Hop
Year: 2017
Label: Central Station Records
Featuring: Chali 2na, Rodney P, Harry Shotta, Example, Erb N Dub, Miss Trouble, Damien Soul, Riya, Pavan, Ivan Ooze
Producer: Krafty Kuts
Format: mp3 | 320 kbps
Duration: 00:50:36
Size: 117 Mb
Description: New / Breakbeat pioneer and Against The Grain label head, Krafty Kuts, has teamed up with master of ceremonies Dynamite MC on his third studio album ‘All 4 Corners’ Read more