Sinsémilia, also known as Sinsé is a French reggae band possibly best known for its hit song "Tout le Bonheur du Monde." Formed in Grenoble in 1990, the group initially comprised vocalist-guitarists Riké and Mike, guitarist Moussaya, bassist Natty, percussionists Ivan and Roukin, trumpeter Fabin, saxophonists Loucos and Carine, keyboardist Zazz, and sound effect producer Chid. The band issued its debut album Première Récolte in 1996 and its sophomore album, Résistances dropped two years later. Featuring tracks like "La flamme," "La mauvaise réputation," "De l'histoire," "L'amour comme arme," "Dans l'camion," "Roots on War" and "Je préfère cent fois," it debuted at number 40 on the French album charts. Its third album, Tout C'Qu'On A, released in 2000 and was a bigger success, leading to the release of Sinsemilia Part en Live. The band went on to release numerous other albums that were equally, if not more, successful than their predecessors.