| Yohann Dubaye|
| 113 (Since 1994), Mafia K-1 Fry|
Discret, Les Princes de la Ville, 113 Degres, La Cerise sur le ghetto, Jusqu'a la mort
Rim'K, Mokobe, Jean‑Michel Sissoko, Dry, Karlito
AP (rapper) Wikipedia
Yohann Dubaye better known by his stage name AP (born in Vitry-sur-Seine, suburbs of Paris, France in 1979) is a French rapper whose parents originated from Guadeloupe in the French Antilles (French West Indies).
In 1994, AP started rapping at the age of 15 in the Paris suburbs, mainly Vitry-sur-Seine. He became a founding member of music collective 113 alongside Rim'K and Mokobé and part of a bigger music project collective called Mafia K-1 Fry. He has also his own solo career including albums Discret released in 2009 where he is credited as AP du 113 with the album reaching #22 in SNEP French Albums Chart. He has co-directed and co-produced the compilation Zone Caraïbes in 2005.Solo albumsCompilations2005: Zone Caraïbes (compilation co-produced by AP)With 1132000: Les Princes de la ville (certified platinum)2002: 113 fout la merde (certified gold)2003: Dans L'urgence (reedition) (certified gold)2005: 113 Degrés (certified gold)2010: UniverselWith Mafia K-1 Fry2003: La cerise sur le ghetto2007: Jusqu'à la mortFeatured in2009: "Relève la tête" (credited to Kery James presenting Lino, AP, Diam's, Passi, Matt & Kool Shen) (reached #39 in SNEP French Singes Chart)