Housni Mkouboi better known as Rohff at times stylized as Roh2f is a French rapper. Mkouboi born in Comoros immigrated in 1985 to France living in the Parisian banlieu Vitry-sur-Seine, in Val-de-Marne, south of Paris. His stage name Rohff stands for "Rimeur Original Hardcore Flow Fluide". Rohff began rapping around 1990 and in 1994, he participated in the production of the album Première Classe, working on the track "On fait les choses" alongside Neg'Marrons, Mystik, and Pit Baccardi, and started becoming known to a larger audience. He is a member of the Mafia K'1 Fry, a group of rappers from Val-de-Marne composed. The group released the album Légendaire in 1999. The same year, Rohff began to write his first solo album to be released in 1999 under the title Le Code de l'Honneur. Tracks included "Appelle-moi Rohff," "Catastrohff," "Skyrohff," "Rohff Vs l'État,", "Les Nerfs à Vifs", "Génération sacrifiée," and "Manimal." Encouraged by the success of his first album, in September 2001, he released a second album La Vie Avant la Mort. The album sold around 250,000 copies with tracks like "TDSI" "Get Down, Sam'di Soir" and "5-9-1" as a duet with Assia, and a single off the album.