Rapping in English, French, Creole, Spanish and Arabic, Nomadic Massive makes itself heard across borders and amongst cultures. Enthusiastic audiences and critics are all ears. Messengers of universal understanding and whistle-blowers of social injustice, the collective of independent hip-hop artists released Nomad's Land in 2006. Three years later, they followed up with a self-titled album, which was recorded in Montreal and Havana. Along the way, the self-described "family" has played with K'naan and opened for Wyclef Jean in 2008. The SUPAFAM mixtape saw the light of day in summer 2012.