Pascal Trésor Azusimba better known as Despo Rutti is a French-Congolese rapper from Democratic Republic of the Congo. Spending his life in Kinshasa and in Brazzaville, he immigrated to France in 1992. He released his first recordings in 1999 "Tout c’que j'n'aurais pas" and "Les reufs meurent" and was featured in a number of rap compilations through producer Fabrice Yahiaoui and label Hématome Concept eventually signing with label Soldat Sans Grade Records releasing Les sirènes du charbon on 28 November 2006, as a double CD, being an EP of 9 titles and a street album mixed by DJ Boudj. It denounced the social inequalities and a protest for expulsion of immigrants. It was followed by another provocative release, Convictions suicidaires, his debut studio full album treating taboo subjects of French society including national identity in face of changing immigration trends. This was followed by the mixtape Discographie parallèle mixed by DJ Uka and highlighting a number of collaborations. He prepared the materials for his second studio album Les funérailles des tabous in 2012, but put it on hold instead starting a collaboration with rapper Guizmo and Mokless for a musical project in 2012, that resulted in the issue of the joint EP Jamais 2 sans 3 followed by the joint studio album Jamais 203. The three acts are touring France in promotion of the releases.