Werrason was born in 1965 in Bandundu but he grew up in Kinshasa, Congo (DRC). At the age of 12 years, he began singing in the choir of a local Protestant church. In 1981, he founded the group Wenge Musica with some college friends, who split up in 1997 despite huge international success. In 1999, he released the album Solola Bien , which won a gold record in France.
In September 2000 he was the second African artist to produce a concert and fill the Palais Omnisports de Paris-Bercy in front of 17,000 spectators. In June 2001, he produced the solo album Kibuisa Mpimpa, with the participation of Manu Dibango, Nathalie Makoma and rapper Pit Bacardi.
That same year he won two Kora at the international festival of black music in South Africa, including Best African male artist. Since then, toured Europe extensively, including four concerts at the legendary venue Zenith in Paris. Werrason has been a very popular star for 30 years and has released a total of 12 albums.