The Senegalese artist talked about the close ties related to refugees, cohabitation and illegal immigration in the song.
Every Wednesday World africa Three musical novelties from or inspired by the continent are presented. This week, we will travel to Senegal with Wasis Diop’s poems, Guiss Guiss Bou Bess’ “Electronic Sword” and Wally B. Seck’s Mbaraks poems.
Wasis Diop’s “Paris Tour”
Wasis Diop will release a poetic album on Friday, April 16. Gazelle ice cream (Referring to the famous Senegalese beer) marks the artist thirteen years after the release of the last album, Judu Bek -If we exclude his film work.
This time, Wasis Diop, who lives in France, uses his Alain Bashung language to summon African characters, such as Emperor Soundiata Keïta, percussionist Doudou N’Diaye Rose or his movies Producer brother Djibril Diop Mambéty, who died in 1998. The Septuagint also addresses contemporary issues, such as the fate of refugees. Go to Paris. The music video was shot by his daughter Mati Diop (Mati Diop). His movie Atlantic Crowned at the Cannes Film Festival in 2019.
“Sunu Gal” (feat. International Space Station ISS 814) by Guiss Guiss Bou Besss