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Mohombi Nzasi Moupondo (born 17 October 1986), known professionally as Mohombi, is a Swedish-Congolese R&B singer-songwriter and dancer. He grew up in Kista near Stockholm. Mohombi is RedOne's first signing to 2101 Records in joint venture with Universal Music Group. From 2004 to 2008 Mohombi was part of the Swedish hip hop group Avalon with his brother Djo Moupondo. Mohombi released his debut solo single "Bumpy Ride" in August 2010. The single became a top-ten hit in many European countries, and was followed by his debut studio album, MoveMeant in February 2011.Early lifeMohombi was born to a Swedish mother and a Congolese father. Mohombi has 14 siblings. Raised in the Congo, Mohombi and his family escaped the war-torn country for Stockholm, Sweden in 1999 when Mohombi was 13. His parents regularly exposed him to varied musical influences from early on in his childhood so that Mohombi soon developed his passion for song. Mohombi studied at Rytmus Music High School in Stockholm and made his stage debut at seventeen in the Swedish revival production of the cult show Wild Side Story. He pursued his studies and obtained his bachelor's degree in music and song from Stockholm’s Music Conservatory. He speaks Swedish, French, English, Swahili and Lingala.In duo AvalonIn Stockholm Mohombi and his brother Djo Moupondo, a local club DJ known as DJ Djo formed the group Avalon combining the dancehall and hip hop of the time with the distinctive African beats on which they were raised. From 2004 to 2008 the group sold over half a million records and won the All African Kora Awards, an African equivalent of the Grammy for the category Best Group - Diaspora Europe/Caribbean category, while Mohombi became a prolific songwriter in his own right. At this point music was only a part-time job, and looking for something more Mohombi headed to L.A..2010-11: MovemeantMohombi collaborated with Swedish rapper Lazee on "Do It", which was released in Sweden on 31 May 2010. It debuted at number nine on the Swedish Singles Chart. In Los Angeles Mohombi was introduced through friends to producer RedOne, whose own background is Swedish-Moroccan. The singer's debut single, "Bumpy Ride" is the first release on RedOne's label 2101 Records, a joint venture with Universal. It was released in the United States on 24 August 2010. Mohombi released "Miss Me" as his debut single in the United Kingdom on 31 October 2010. It features American rapper Nelly. His third single called "Dirty Situation" was released in Europe on 11 November and features R&B singer Akon. "Dirty Situation" is played at the beginning and then again later on in the middle of the music video for "Miss Me". Mohombi's debut album, MoveMeant was released in Europe Monday 28 February 2011 and in the US by the end of 2011. Mohombi features on track "Hula hoop" of the 2011 release of Stella Mwangi album "Kinanda". Mohombi's single, "Coconut Tree" features Nicole Scherzinger.2011-present: Second Studio AlbumOn September 2, 2011 Mohombi released another single called "Maraca" on iTunes in Sweden. Mohombi also recorded the song "Suave (Kiss Me)" with Nayer & Pitbull. He was nominated for Best Swedish Act at the 2011 European Music Awards in Belfast. This Must Be Pop listed him 7th in their Top 10 of 2012. On December 16, 2011, he appeared as musical guest on The Voice of Romania.


Hot tracks

Mohombi - Bumpy Ride

Bumpy Ride


Mohombi - Bumpy Ride (Beat Geek & Jimmy Joker Remix)

Bumpy Ride (Beat Geek & Jimmy Joker Remix)


Mohombi Feat. Nelly - Miss Me

Miss Me


Mohombi - Dirty Situation

Dirty Situation


Mohombi - Dirty Situation

Dirty Situation


Mohombi Feat. Akon - Dirty Situation

Dirty Situation


Mohombi Feat. Nicole Scherzinger - Coconut Tree

Coconut Tree


Les Jumo - Sexy



Nayer Feat. Mohombi & Pitbull - Suave (Kiss Me)

Suave (Kiss Me)


Mohombi - In Your Head

In Your Head


Intérpretes Vários - I Need Your Love (Featuring Mohombi, Faydee, Costi)

I Need Your Love (Featuring Mohombi, Faydee, Costi)