Noureddine Bahri, better known as Niro, is a French rapper of Moroccan descent who grew up in Blois. In 2013 he was signed to the AZ label after many years with the rap label Street Lourd formed by members of the French rap collective Mafia K'1 Fry.
He started earlier releasing his street album Niroshima III in 2007. Niro became the first independent act to be signed to Street Lourd. His first single "70 Kg" was released in 2011 followed by "Dans ton kwaah" and "Pikassos". He was featured on recordings by well-known rappers including Seth Gueko, Kery James and Booba. He is considered one of the prominent figures of French "street rap".
In 2012, he released his debut studio album Paraplégique that contained many of his earlier hits. Immediately after the release of the album, he was involved in legal problems on some minor charges, arrested after a police chase and sentenced to a five-month term.
While in jail, he composed his second album Rééducation that he released to critical acclaim in 2013 addressing his legal problems. In 2014, he returned with a third album Miraculé with AZ. He followed this with Si je me souviens in 2015 and Or Game in 2016.
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