Born in Paris, originating from the West Indies Blastar began to work on music at a young age on a Bontempi synthesizer (90's model). At 6 years old, he could play already by ear. His father used to say he has a gift. His first songs were influenced by black and world music. As the years went on, he developed a certain versatility to his music. He's able to compose Rap, R&B, Pop, Dancehall ...etc. By the age of 19, the best french Caribbean music label proposed a collaboration to him to work on several projects for some of the biggest West Indian artists (Admiral T, Krys). The style of Blastar took shape as he mixed hip-hop and world music vibes in his compositions.
In 2006, he met one of the most influential hip-hop managers named Oumar Samake (a.k.a. Oumardinho) and together they created the french famous indie label Golden Eye Music which will reveal talented artists like Joke, Dosseh and Dinos. This entity would allow Blastar to develop his music, sign with Universal Music Publishing and work with french multi-platinum artists such as Diam's, Rohff, La Fouine, Mac Tyer, 113, Sofiane, Vitaa and many others. French urban artists have come to appreciate his style. His discography has more than 80 songs and he has even been able to crossover and collaborate Joke and Pusha T, Leck and Tyga, Fedia and Beenie Man.
In 2017, Blastar plans to release his first solo project which "A Gynois Story" will feature upcoming international artists like Kenny Vulcan (UK), Lorelle Howard (US), Gracy Hopkins (Europe) and many more. His latest venture is a remix of "MATH" by the talented soul singer Quiñ from L.A.