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La Fonky Family (often shortened to La Fonky, or La FF) are a French hip hop group from Marseille. They are composed of four rappers, Le Rat Luciano, Menzo, Don Choa and Sat, the producer Pone, DJ Djel, the dancer Blaze, the singer Karima, Flex (fetus) Nandell, and manager Fafa.
Fonky Family made their first appearance on the French hip hop scene in 1994.Their first album, Si Dieu veut, came out in 1997 and soon received a gold album. After the release of the album, Karima left the group.
Their second album, Art de rue, came out in 2001. After that, many members of the group chose to pursue solo careers: Le Rat Luciano had already released a solo album in 2000, and Sat and Don Choa followed in 2001 and 2002 respectively. DJ Djel produced two compilations in 2001 and 2003.
In January 2006, Fonky Family released their third album Marginale Musique (Jive/Sony BMG), which debuted on the French charts straight at number one.
Fonky Family have a global music publishing deal with BMG Music Publishing.
Si Dieu Veut... (1998)
Art de Rue (2001)
Marginale Musique (2006)
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