Cameroonians Sandra Nkaké, Etienne Mbappé and Raymond Doumbé will current their new albums as a gaggle, trio or solo.
Each Wednesday, World africa Showcasing three musical novelties from or impressed by the African continent. This week, meet singer Sandra Nkaké and bassists Etienne Mbappé and Raymond Doumbé within the jazz place between France and Cameroon.
«Nineteen», de Tribe From The Ashes
Many artists have used the confinement interval related to Covid-19 to unite, regardless of the gap, and create progressive tasks. Amongst them, beneath the initiative of 47-year-old French Cameroon singer Sandra Nkaké and French flute participant Sandra Nkaké, the collective Tribe From the Ashes was born like a phoenix (“Ember Tribe”) Jî Drû. Roughly 15 French jazz artists gathered round them, together with singer Marion Rampal, saxophonist Thomas de Pourquery, drummer Anne Paceo… Their album “Liberator” has been within the trash since Friday, October 15 center.
“Samaah Xarit”, in NEC +
The primary work of one other jazz band NEC+ was launched on the identical day, which was based by Cameroonian bassist Etienne Mbappé, Frenchman Nicolas Viccaro (drums) and Christophe Cavero (piano, keyboard, violin).With this Time will inform, This trio was born on the stage of Baiser salé in Paris in 2019 and performed an intimate jazz that’s typically enhanced by African rhythms-just like this track Sama Shalit (“My pal” in Wolof), devoted to Senegalese bassist Habib Faye, who died in 2018 on the age of 52. Etienne Mbappé is 57 years outdated, all the time wears black gloves, and has labored with the best folks, together with Ray Charles, Jacques Eglin and Manu Dibango.