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About FouKi

With his dexterous bilingual flow and a musical sensibility that folds in trap, reggae, and more, Montreal MC FouKi is a remarkably elastic kind of artist. That’s true even by the boundary-stretching standards of rap québ, the homegrown hip-hop style that was the formative influence for the versatile rapper. Born Léo Fougères in 1996, FouKi first earned attention as a teenage battle rapper before making a strategic alliance with rising producer QuietMike. After a string of online releases, FouKi dropped La Zayté, his debut EP for 7ième Ciel and a highly engaging demonstration of the young MC’s stylistic flexibility and easygoing attitude. FouKi’s fast-rising rep led to the bounty of killer collaborations on 2019’s ZayZay, which featured him trading rhymes with guests like Obia le Chef and Koriass. FouKi maintained his momentum on Grignotines de Luxe (Luxury Snacks), an album whose crafty blend of tropical sounds, jazzy cool, and tight rhymes opened up more fresh paths for him to explore.

December 25, 1996
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