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David Grammont (12 October 1967 – 16 February 2021), better known under his stage name Tonton David was a French reggae singer born in Réunion. He was renowned for his raggamuffin performances, but used influences of soul music, gro kâ (from the French West Indies), the Zairian rumba.

He is known for such songs as "Peuples du monde" (1990), parodied by Les Inconnus as "Auteuil Neuilly Passy".

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