May 10, 1992
Who is Damso? Bio and Background of Damso
Damso, born on May 10, 1992, is a public figure from Congo Republic. He is a rapper, singer, and songwriter. Damso's real name is William Kalubi. He gained popularity in the French-speaking world with his debut album "Batterie Faible" in 2016. The album was certified platinum in Belgium and received critical acclaim. Damso's second album, "Ipséité," released in 2017, also achieved commercial success and received positive reviews. He has collaborated with various artists, including Booba, Nekfeu, and Kalash. Damso's music often explores themes of love, relationships, and personal experiences. He is known for his unique and introspective lyrical style. Damso has faced controversy due to some of his explicit and controversial lyrics, which led to the cancellation of his partnership with the Belgian national football team for the 2018 FIFA World Cup. Despite this, he continues to be a prominent figure in the music industry, with a dedicated fan base and numerous accolades to his name.