The group was formed in 2004 Tiraline early around seven young people from the town of Safi. In the words of the group, the idea was to merge two group operating in other musical styles, Justfive 'dance pop' Rock Shock 'that glorifies rap. A merger that gave birth to a new sound never seen before. A new experience. The blend of folklore and melodies at the R&B was successful. They chose the style of R&B Morocco as their spearhead. The dream of singing in local concerts and composing good music continues to bring the spirit of its youth and their motto is to give substance to export their music across borders. So that's how Tiraline began four young dreamers who have gained the confidence of a producer who has contributed in turn to produce their debut 'Hlim, which has experienced a success elsewhere in Morocco and abroad. Note that they recorded their first album entitled 'Hlima' in 2005. 'Hlima' which means 'Holm' the dream. This album tells the misadventures of love. We had to wait two long years after creation, so the group wins the grand prize of "Generation Mawazine" category merger. A price that has given young people on the tracks of music production. They have proposed huge show throughout Morocco, starting in their hometown, and among others, Casablanca, Chaouni, Tetouan … According to the group, Tiraline is a city located in regions of Safi (see inset) . One of the oldest in the country. This name is, according to their own context, two other meanings: riders and symbiosis. This town is a small plot of land also reflects the union. Furthermore, a choice that is no coincidence. Instead, the group wants to bring precisely this power of unity between two groups decided to combine their efforts to escape from the handicap of lack of resources, facilities and platform necessary to support these kids. They started to work hard to contribute in their own way, the development of the city of Safi.
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