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Ale Dee

Ale Dee
Birth name Alexandre Duhaime
Origin Trois-Rivières, Quebec, Canada
Genres Hip-Hop, Pop, R&B
Occupations Singer, rapper
Instruments vocals
Years active 2000-present
Labels K.Pone.Inc Music Group
Associated acts Chosen One , Mine de rien

Alexandre Duhaime better known by his stage name Ale Dee is a Trois-Rivières,[1] Quebec rapper. He had his beginnings in Mauricie region of Quebec with the musical group Chosen One (with Doris D and DJ Flavor). After Sir Pathétik joined in 2000, the name of the group was amended to Mine de rien.

Upon the disbanding of "Mine de rien", Ale Dee started a solo career. In March 2002, he had already won a second-place award "Hip Hop 4 Ever" event for "Francophone rap" category. The same year, he collaborated with Sir Pathétik in "S'pas normal".[2] Another collaboration followed in 2006 with "T Town".[3]

Ale Dee's first solo album was in 2006 and entitled Mine de rien, the name of his band. Ale Dee eventually signed with K.Pone.Inc for launching his second album in 2008 entitled Pour le love pis l'cash. The video clip for the main title track Pour le love pis l'cash[4] launched in 2008 topped the MusiquePlus video charts.



  • Mixtape dans la rue 2
  • Comme je suis


  • 2006: Mine de rien

Tracks of the album

  1. Dee Is Back (4:08)
  2. Mes Deuces (4:25)
  3. Trop Easy (4:20)
  4. C'pas de ma faute (4:24)
  5. Sorry (3:35)
  6. C'est dû (4:30)
  7. J'suis péteu (3:36)
  8. Ale Dee Dee Dee (3:52)
  9. Une place à côté de toi' (4:10)
  10. 4 Real (3:44)
  11. Qu'on fait ça (2:52)
  12. Ouer (4:45)
  13. Fuck You (4:46)
  14. Arrête de parler (3:00)
  15. Ben on l'a (3:49)
  16. Mine de rien (3:33)

  • 2008: Pour le love pis l'cash

Tracks of the album released under the K-Pone Inc record label:

  1. Encore une fois de plus (4:52)
  2. Pour le love pis l'cash (3:56)
  3. Yeahhhhh (4:07)
  4. Elle (feat. Prinz Ali) (3:31)
  5. D'ou je viens' (3:36)
  6. On finit tous par briller (4:45)
  7. Y a plus de diamants (4:08)
  8. Depuis que t'es partie (3:47)
  9. Get The Money (feat. Mista Tee) (3:20)
  10. C'pour mes boyz (3:20)
  11. Tu peux nous voir (feat. Chaplin) (3:18)
  12. Je voudrais (3:57)
  13. Legende (3:59)

  • 2010: Entre la mine et l'papier

Tracks of the album released on Les Disques HLM (High Life Music)

  1. Entre la mine et l'papier (3:43)
  2. J'pense à elle (3:55)
  3. J't'haïs (4:05)
  4. La femme de ma vie (4:17)
  5. Put Em Up (4:18)
  6. Inquiètes-toi pas (4:40)
  7. Party
  8. Cash
  9. Hip Hop (4:33)
  10. X Y Z (4:36)
  11. Pour tous ceux (4:10)
  12. L'arme d'ange (4:15)
  13. Rap Game
  14. T'en rappelles-tu (3:38)
  15. Renaissance (4:27)
  16. Lève ton poing (3:45)

The album was rereleased on Tacca Musique with slightly different tracklist including three more tracks, "La plus belle p**e", "Ale Diss" and "Avec nous" not found on the 2010 release, at the same time replacing three of the original album, namely "Party", "Cash" and "Rap Game".

  1. Renaissance (4:27)
  2. Put'em up" (4:18)
  3. Entre la mine et l'papier (3:43)
  4. Pour tous ceux (4:10)
  5. Larmes d'anges (4:15)
  6. Hip Hop (4:33)
  7. J'pense à elle (3:55)
  8. La plus belle p**e (3:55)
  9. Inquiète-toi pas (4:40)
  10. T'en rappelles-tu (3:38)
  11. X Y Z (4:36)
  12. Lève ton poing (3:45)
  13. Ale Diss (4:13)
  14. Avec nous (3:20)
  15. J't'haïs (4:05)
  16. La femme de ma vie (4:17)

  • 2011: 4 minutes de gloire

Tracks of the album released on Les Disques HLM (High Life Music)

  1. Encore ma vie (3:50)
  2. Rien ni personne (4:37)
  3. QC (4:10)
  4. Minutes de gloire (3:50)
  5. Aux portes de l'enfer (4:40)
  6. It's gonna be ok (feat. Miray) (3:29)
  7. Je suis (feat. Marie Dee) (4:16)
  8. Yep yep (feat. Baxter Dexter) (4:14)
  9. 2night (feat. Donald Drumz) (2:55)
  10. Sans ailes (feat. Miray) (3:53)
  11. Seulement k1 homme (feat. Marie-Christine Depestre) (4:15)
  12. Be U (feat. Marie Dee) (2:56)
  13. Réalité (feat. Miray) (3:35)
  14. You Know (4:37)
  15. Pour que tu reviennes (feat. Jean-François Dubé) (3:43)
  16. C'est l'heure (feat. Miray) (4:06)

  • 2013: 2013 A.D.

Tracks of the album released on Les Disques HLM (High Life Music)

  1. J'reviens de loin (feat. No Rush For a Lie) (4:52)
  2. Du Ale jusqu'au Dee (4:31)
  3. F - » K (5:34)
  4. Break Me Down (feat. Don Lase) (3:50)
  5. Imma Do It (4:31)
  6. La seul chose de vrai (feat. Miray) (4:49)
  7. Dites-lui (feat. The New Cities) (3:56)
  8. Me, Myself & I (4:05)
  9. I Don't Need That (4:44)
  10. Y m'ont dit (3:58)
  11. Au top (feat. Randy Raymond) (3:37)
  12. We On It (feat. The Verse & Don Lase) (4:41)
  13. Si j'étais toé (feat. Ray Ray) (4:31)
  14. C'est du rap (feat. Ray Ray) (4:31)
  15. Une vie à vivre (4:14)
  16. Embarque dans l'char (3:18)
  17. Tu penses que koi (4:21)
  18. Crazy (Bonus track) (3:19)


  • "Elle" (feat. Prinz Ali) [1]
  • "Une place à côté de toi" [2]
  • "Mes dues" [3]
  • "Pour le love pis l'cash" [4]
  • "Put Em Up" (2010)
  • "La femme de ma vie" (feat. Miray) (2011) [5]


Ale Dee has collaborated with a number of artists:

  • He is featured on T Town and on S'pas normal both by Sir Pathétik
  • His song Elle features Prinz Ali, Get The Money features Mista Tee and Tu peux nous voir features Chaplin.
  • Ale Dee's Garde Confiance features Online
  • His song "La femme de ma vie" features Miray

Awards and nominations

  • At the Gala for SOBA (Sounds of Blackness Awards), he was nominated for "Choice of Public of MusiquePlus
  • In 2002, he came 2nd at the "Hip Hop 4 Ever" event in the Francophone Rap category


External links

  • Ale Dee Official website
  • Ale Dee MySpace website
  • Hip Hop Quebec Ale Dee page

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