Born in 1994 in Turmero, Venezuela, Daniel Blanco Rojas is a musician, producer and sound engineer. He plays as a bassist in pop and reggae groups, then studies sound engineering in the Academia Audioplace CA from 2013 until 2016, multiplying his experiences in the musical field (sound recording and post-production, mixing and mastering). He arrives in France in 2018, becomes a member of the agency of artists in exile and reconnects with music.
Born in 1982 in Conakry, Guinea, Ousmane Doumbouya is an author, rapper and actor. He studied mathematics and computer science, then joined the political rap group “Armored Government”, in order to record their title tracks. Doumbouya was arrested in 2012 while making a documentary about prisons in Guinea, and was tortured and hospitalized. He fled his country and arrived to France in 2016 and becomes a member of the agency of artists in exile. He participates in different plays with Ariel Cypel and Gaël Chaillat (On comprend rien!) and Judith Depaule (Disparu·e·s), in poetry readings, concerts and movies.