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  1. oumou sangare Oumou Sangare is an internationally renowned award-winning singer, composer, business pioneer, and activist who champions women’s rights in her native Mali and throughout Africa. Sangare’s style is wassalou, a popular musical genre derived from folk traditions in the rural southwestern part of the country; that style has.
  2. Many of Sangare's songs concern love and marriage, especially freedom of choice in marriage. Her Moussoulou album was an unprecedented West African hit. In , she toured with Baaba Maal, Femi Kuti and Boukman Eksperyans. Other albums include Ko Sira (), Worotan (), and a 2-CD compilation Oumou (), all released on Nones.
  3. Oumou Sangare is an internationally renowned award-winning singer, composer, business pioneer, and activist who champions women's rights in her native Mali and throughout Africa. Sangare's style is wassalou, a popular musical genre derived from folk traditions in the rural southwestern part of the country; that style has brought her international stardom.
  4. Oumou Sangare's songs: Listen to songs by Oumou Sangare on Myspace, top albums. similar to. influenced by. Play All. NAME. COMPOSER. ALBUM. DATE. TIME. PLAYS. Fantan Ni Mônè Yala (Roaming About for No Good Reason) Oumou Sangare. Oumou. 0. Dugu Kamalemba (The Womanizer, the Skirt-Chaser).
  5. Feb 28,  · Compiled by Charlie Gillett and Nick Gold this album contains 8 new songs never before released on CD, alongside a career retrospective of 12 of her best tracks from her previous acclaimed albums. All tracks have been digitally remastered and the CD booklet contains song notes by Oumou Sangare herself.
  6. ‎Album · · 20 Songs. Available with an Apple Music subscription. Try it free. Oumou Oumou Sangaré World ; Listen on Apple Music. Listen on Apple Music. Preview. TITLE TIME; 1 Yala 9 Djorolen (Remix) 10 Denko 11 Maladon
  7. Many of Sangaré's songs concern love and marriage, especially freedom of choice in marriage. Her album Moussoulou was an unprecedented West African hit. In , she toured with Baaba Maal, Femi Kuti and Boukman Eksperyans. Other albums include Ko Sira (), Worotan (), and a 2-CD compilation Oumou (), all released on World Circuit Records. Sangaré supports the cause of .
  8. Aya Nakamura Danioko (French pronunciation: [aja danjɔko]; born 10 May ), known by her stage name Aya Nakamura (/ ˈ aɪ ə ˌ n æ k ə ˈ m ʊər ə /, EYE-ə NAK-ə-MOOR-ə), is a Malian-born French pop singer. She is best known for her hit song "Djadja" that has more than half a billion views on neramarwhitecasterkelerim.xyzinfo was born in Bamako and immigrated to France with her family, growing up in.
  9. Oumou Sangare has been a household name in Mali for over a decade now, and is almost unquestionably the most popular singer in that West African country these days. This double CD provides a pretty thorough sample of her career, from her first recordings to her latest (and previously unreleased) efforts/5(19).

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