Sunday, July 26, 2009

More from Mali
Not to be confused with Mohammad Doumbia, Nahawa Doumbia is from South Mali. Singing Didadi songs which are a kind of musical contest practiced at parties and festivals in the Wassoulou region near the border with Cote d'Ivoire, her voice soars over a mix of traditional instruments though she has experimented by working with techno rhythms and DJs from the African diaspora in France.


Le Rhythme de la Parole - Kunto Ko

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