About Komo Sarcani
The civil war that his country has known has brought him to Villetaneuse, France (2000). It’s here that he refines his writing and his style. In 2002, he meets “L’armée X” with whom he performed on stage in Paris suburbs.
But it’s in 2004 that Komo Sarcani starts officially by launching his first mix-tape “Marchands de fables”, elaborated in self-production with Bat.
He will let two years pass by before launching, in 2006, a concept project called “Double langage” with Biaz (L’armée X). This album is the object of articles and chronicles in numerous medias (Le Parisien, Le Figaro, Rapmag, Zic TV, Booska-P, Radical, Groove...) and some video clips from this album can be found on some broadcast channels like TF1, Zik TV ou Trace TV.
This success acquired from the underground public allowed the "Booster" to propel his solo musical career.
Komo Sarcani draws his inspiration from his living in Africa and the West. He advocates the mixing of cultures and the exchange of thoughts in order to achieve thinking and awareness, all this in a pure Hip Hop spirit.
His first solo album “Hors norme”, released in 2009, mirrors this, with conceptual themes and lyrics made of cutting and realist poetry (“my past rests there far away, back home, in Africa, my present took place, behind walls made of bricks”).
His musical influences are marked by his curiosity of the other: they are full of a wide variety of artists such as Nas, Slum Village, Little Brother, Guts, Les Bantu de la Capitale and Boris Vian among others.