Simba's love of hiphop started in the early '90s, listening to artists like De La Soul, Common and A Tribe called Quest. The art that combines words with rhythm and breakbeats was beginning to impact on this boy's life, and he began rhyming at the age of 13. From this point onward, the young rapper's thirst could not be satisfied and his will to innovate the local hiphop industry wasn't to be stopped.
Milton Gulli, a celebrated musician/producer in Mozambique, started as a member of the successful underground band “Philharmonic Weed,” and has performed and recorded in Panama and Portugal. He is equally at home with acid jazz, funk, soul and hiphop.