World Music Singer

Werrason was born in Kikwit, Bandundu Province, Democratic Republic of the Congo on December 25th, 1965 and is the World Music Singer. At the age of 58, Werrason biography, profession, age, height, weight, eye color, hair color, build, measurements, education, career, dating/affair, family, news updates, and networth are available.

Date of Birth
December 25, 1965
Democratic Republic of the Congo
Place of Birth
Kikwit, Bandundu Province, Democratic Republic of the Congo
58 years old
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Werrason Career

When Werrason's college band Wenge Musica split in December 1997, Werrason, Masela, and Dominguez then created Wenge Musica Maison Mère, a band based at Zamba Playa in Kinshasa. With the help of among others Sankara de Kunta and Zacharie Babaswe, Werrason travelled the country to recruit young musicians; his primary band members were Masela, Dominguez, Ferre Gola, Baby Ndombe, Adjani Sesele, JDT Mulopwe, Celeo Scram, Bill Clinton Kalonji, Serge Mabiala, Didier Lacoste, Chou Lay, Michael Tee, guitarists Flamme Kapaya, Japonais Maladi, Christian Mwepu, and drummers Papy Kakol and Ali Mbonda. The band's first album, Force d'Intervention Rapide was released on November 28, 1998.

His song "Chantal Switzerland" became a noted song of the year, while his animator Bill Clinton Kalonji was voted best animator. Their second album, Solola Bien (1999) was successful in the African music scene, and earned the Gold Record in France.

In June 2001, Werrason released his first solo album Kibuisa Mpimpa, a double CD with 17 tracks. This recording was the result of five years of preparation, four months of studio work, and over 2,000 hours of writing. This album won him two Kora awards in South Africa, including "Best Artist" in Africa and "Best Album" in Central Africa.

Later that year, Werrason performed back-to-back concerts at Zénith Paris, one of the largest concert halls in France. He toured Europe including London, Amsterdam, Brussels, Dublin, Rome, and Stockholm. The United Nations have awarded him the title of Universal Ambassador of Peace. In 2001, Werrason was received by Pope John Paul II. Since then, he has spoken for UNESCO campaigns against AIDS and discrimination, and in campaigns against early marriages and to promote education for girls. During his world tour, performed with other African artists including Manu Dibango at the Paris Olympia, Passi, Doc Gynéco, and Benji and Akil. Werrason also collaborated with Shaggy. In the same year, Werrason performed a concert at Stade des Martyrs, which was attended by over 100,000 people. He also performed for 17,000 at Bercy in 2000.