Wafande Pierre Jolivel Zahor, better known as Wafande is a Franco-Danish / African singer and songwriter in the field of reggae, soul and urban music and a real influence in the nature of this word. These elements are reflected in his music and personality and made him famous in Denmark. He signed with Universal Music.
|Birth name||Wafande Pierre Jolivel Zahor|
|Born||January 21, 1983, Freetown Christiania, Copenhagen, Denmark|
His debut album, Du ved det, a reggae and soul tune, catapulted him to fame in 2011. Following its release, the album peaked at #4 on the Danish charts. He's also known for his platinum-selling single "En anden", which he released in 2011.
When he was younger, he aspired to be a basketball player and played for the French national youth team. He was even given a scholarship to a university in the United States.
In 2016, he received a Robert Award for Best Song for the song "Svver over byen".
His African-American father is a musician. His mother, Ingrid Jolivel, is Danish-French with ancestors from Denmark, France, Tanzania, Congo, Malawi, and Oman. His full name is Wafande [Reggae Singer] Pierre Jolivel Zahor.
Musician Reggae. Danish musician. Copenhagen musicians. Danish singer