Reggae singer Marius Vitry was born in Gagnoa, Ivory coast; after performing with African Vibration and school choirs throughout his youth, he made his debut as a solo artist with the local sound system Verbal Waning. Relocating to Halifax in 2002, he became friends with Sekou a Reggae artist form Verbal Warning. Teaming with producer "George Carter" Marius, Notched a series of hit songs, "Babylon," "Trouvez un remède" "Babylone" and "L’humiliation" before releasing his first full-length effort Zelys in 1997. Osanade followed in 2005, with the single "Le Bon Dieu" viewed as a key factor in preserving peace at the national reconciliation In the Ivory Coast. In 2012, Marius Vitry returned with Africa Revolution. More Love will follow.