Debsito (music artist)

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Debsito
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Born
Enricke Detou

(1984-05-18) May 18, 1984 (age 37)
NationalityCongolese
Other names
  • Debsito
  • Debsito Debs
  • Detou Debs
CitizenshipFrance
Occupation
Musical career
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Background information
GenresAfropop
Websitedebsito.com

Enricke Detou, popularly known by his stage name Debsito is a singer, author, composer, and producer of Congolese origin currently living in France. Debsito is the son of a former Congolese rumba singer Debaba and is regarded for continuing his legacy with his talents. He is best known for his songs that are inspired by his heritage, personal experiences.[1]

Debsito incorporates a unique style that is inspired by African sounds and urban music. With the publication of his breakthrough song Parano and his EP Etincelles,[2] he has garnered a lot of fame in the country. Debsito has established himself as one of the most influential musical artists specializing in the Afropop genre with a musical style that is warm and melodious.[3][4]

Debsito’s music is available on his website as well as on all the music streaming platforms such as Spotify,[5] Apple Music, Discogs, and YouTube. He has been featured in several media outlets such as Musician Africa, Musique Magazine,[6] Open The News,[7] Hood Critic Magazine,[8] Rap RNB, African Shapers,[9] and others.[10]

Early life and education

Debsito was born in The Democratic Republic of the Congo to a renowned Rumba singer Debaba, who died ten years ago. While growing up, Debsito was highly inspired by his father, and later on, even took his name as an alias as a tribute to him and his legacy. At an early age, Debsito developed a certain interest in Congolese music but eventually he inclined towards the music composed by the urban artists of the 2000s such as Craig David, Nas, Sean Paul, Usher, which is clearly reflected in Debsito’s music.

Later Debsito completed his university studies and obtained a master’s degree in finance.

Career

Debsito has been actively participating in various events in the music industry for the past decade. Simultaneously he also worked in the corporate sector working for various companies. During this time, Debsito was also a member of the group Black Bazar[11] formed by the famous writer Alain Mabanckou. He traveled across continents and performed on European, African,[12] and Caribbean stages along with a number of Congolese music personalities in this group including Popolipo, Do akongo, CNN alligator, Balou Canta, and Niuver.[13]

In 2014, Debsito decided to embark on his entrepreneurial journey and devoted himself to musical pursuits.[14] In 2019, he released his debut video song titled Parano[15] which acquired over 2 million views on Youtube. An acoustic version of the title "Parano" was also released in June 2020 at the request of his audience.[16]

In 2021, Debsito released his first EP "Etincelles" a project with urban afro-pop sounds.[17] This EP became one of the top 10 music trends on YouTube in the month of June 2021.[18][19] “Etincelles” represents the premise of his artistic universe that he wishes to introduce to the public, which is a taste of everything he wishes to offer. On the other hand, it also represents a spark he has been growing within him.[20]

In the upcoming future, Debsito plans to release his second project “Etincelles” part II.

Discography

S.No. Title Running Time
Etincelles (21:38)
1 Smile 3:42
2 Tic Tac 3:27
3 Seconde Chance 3:48
4 Ton Bouclier 3:07
5 La Peste 3:45
6 Bendo 3:29
Single Music Videos
7 Parano 3:55
8 Bendo 3:31

Gallery

In the media

                 

References

  1. "Shazam". Shazam. Retrieved 21 September 2021.
  2. "Etincelles - EP by DEBSITO". music.apple.com. Retrieved 21 September 2021.
  3. "FRANCE / DEBSITO, QUAND LA MUSIQUE DONNE DES AILES". penseesnoires.com. Retrieved 21 September 2021.
  4. "Debsito infos – Bel7 Infos". bel7infos.eu (in français). Retrieved 21 September 2021.
  5. "DEBSITO". Spotify. Retrieved 21 September 2021.
  6. Munoz, Alfred. "Debsito Interview With Muzique Magazine - Muzique Magazine". muziquemagazine.com. Retrieved 21 September 2021.
  7. "Debsito, the Afropop music revelation". The Open News. 25 August 2020. Retrieved 21 September 2021.
  8. "Introducing French Afro-pop Singer, Songwriter, Composer and Producer "Debsito"". hoodcriticmagazine.com. 23 August 2020. Retrieved 21 September 2021.
  9. Ndungidi, Patrick (5 September 2020). "Debsito, nouvelle révélation de l'Afro-pop". African Shapers (in français). Retrieved 21 September 2021.
  10. "DEBSITO on Groover". groover.co. Retrieved 21 September 2021.
  11. "Round 2 - Black Bazar | Credits | AllMusic". allmusic.com. Retrieved 21 September 2021.
  12. Ndungidi, Par Patrick (7 September 2020). "Congo-Brazzaville: Musique - Debsito, nouvelle révélation de l'Afro-pop". allAfrica.fr (in français). Retrieved 21 September 2021.
  13. "Parano è il singolo d'esordio di Debsito - talenti dall'estero - Tutti giù parterre". tuttigiuparterre.it (in italiano). Retrieved 21 September 2021.
  14. "Le groupe Black Bazar met le feu au Studio de L'Ermitage". Pagesafrik.info (in français). 13 February 2013. Retrieved 21 September 2021.
  15. "Debsito - Parano • RAPRNB". RAPRNB (in français). Retrieved 21 September 2021.
  16. "Debsito has an interesting career". Musichypebeast. Retrieved 21 September 2021.
  17. Helms, William Ruben (17 December 2019). "New Video: Introducing the Breezy Dancehall-like Sounds of Debsito". The Joy of Violent Movement. Retrieved 21 September 2021.
  18. "Sénégal : Top 10 des tendances musicales sur YouTube - Juin 2021". Music In Africa (in français). 11 June 2021. Retrieved 21 September 2021.
  19. "Sénégal : Top 10 des tendances musicales sur YouTube - Juin 2021". Music In Africa (in français). 11 June 2021. Retrieved 21 September 2021.
  20. "Découverte: Debsito, fils de Debaba, nouvelle révélation de l'Afro-pop". Arts.cd (in français). 8 September 2020. Retrieved 21 September 2021.

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