|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|1||Code Mode Amnésique||3||Audio||2000||Kiosk Records|
|2||La Vérité Est Ailleurs||4||Audio||1999||Pushy|
Cherif Djaziri aka Cheravif discovers his calling in 1987 with the first album by Public Enemy. The texts committed to the urban realism of the pieces of the New York Group are echoed in everyday life and culture of Marx Dormoy Parisian neighborhood where he grew up. It was a revelation.
Lovers of electronic music, he acquired his first drum at the age of 16 years, but he devoted himself to writing. His first drafts were too sad, give way to texts deliberately crazy and a flow influenced by Kool Keith, highlighting the absurdity of everyday life. Between 1995 and 1997, he meets various posse of hip hop and made his first steps with Nebuchadnezzar. In 1998, Cheravif met the group Pushy! frequenting the same space they created. At the same time, he was selected to participate in the compilation anti-alcohol 'groups and rap get wet alcohol "which is associated with Manu Le Duc De Niro and Manar Xanax. He then asks Pushy! to provide original music for the needs of the song "Liquid cooling". The title is published by Universal. Seduced, Marc-Antoine Moreau, artistic director at Universal, product Cheravif. In this association, it will result in the first EP "The truth is out there" (music Pushy!), Released in 1999.
Following his meeting in 2000 with George Kiosk Eclectic label, was released in the second vinyl maxi Cheravif: "Code Mode amnesia." What follows is a journey through the desert art between 2001 and 2007. In 2007, Ripit Cheravif meeting and invited him to participate in the album Fujako "Landform". At the same time Cheravif began production of a model with four titles Shone and Soper. He also found Pushy! which released the album "Out not", produced by Kiosk Eclectic.
On the occasion of the launch party of the album Pushy! Cheravif that met Archi. Seb (Manager of independent structure Bison) who decided to produce his return in 2009 with the production of the first maxi "The business picked up."