As a young man he listened to blues and French chanson: Tom Waits, Bo Diddley, John Lee Hooker, Billie Holiday, Édith Piaf and Colette Magny. He also listened to a lot of rap.
In the spring of 2005, he released his first album with the studio “Gang” in Paris. This album contained autobiographical and sober lyrics. The music is a mix of his soul, reggae, and blues influences.
The television station France 2 chose him as the Singer of the Summer in 2007; the channel regularly showed videos of Cergy, Intégration, and Avec le Vent.
In April 2008 Anis returned to the studio and opened his blog.
* 2003: Gadjo décalé (Tchad House)
* 2005: La Chance (Virgin/EMI)
Edited by klimaz on 22 Oct 2008, 10:39
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