David Grammont, known as Tonton David, originally from Reunion, was one of the pioneers of the development of raggamuffin, reggae and dancehall in France in the late 1980s.
He participates in the Sound System High Fight alongside Nuttea and shows from his first albums the possibility to sing in French the raggamuffin he discovered in England.
His music and writing play on sounds imported from the Caribbean. He met with a real success with his first album «Le blues des racailles» released in 1991 and his title «Peuples du monde». Thanks to this album he is invited to the Sunsplash reggae festival in Jamaica, one of the most famous of the genre.
His career is rich in essential, tender and warm songs, including «Chacun sa Route» which is inseparable from the film «Un Indien dans la Ville».
Roselyne Bachelot-Narquin has an emotional thought for her family and all those who loved her.