A brilliant album of post-colonial dancefloor tracks from Frederic Galliano – vocals by a variety of female African singers, set to house rhythms with a distinct Parisian touch! The project was four years in the making – as Galliano did a lot of work recording singers through his Frikywa project, then reworked the tracks in the studio in the ensuing years to come up with this trans-hemispheric set of tunes! Most of the singers hail from Senegal, but the record also features work from the Ivory Coast, Mali, and Niger – and vocalists include Ramatta Soussia, Nahawa Doumbia
, Naffi Diedhou, Hadja Kouyate, Ramatta Allassane Dante, and Aissata Balde. Tracks include "Kanboufo", "Koukou Le", "Bongoman Rec", "Afo Idon", "Koutiom", "Amandigne", "Woulai", "Alla Cassi Magni", "Super Bouguer", and "Eyaye".
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