The GO of Kotéba - ” Les nanas ” in the language of the young from Abidjan - they are Awa and Maaté (accompanied by two chorus-singers). Two stamps, two energies, two gestures harmoniously accessory: Awa, Songhaï de Tombouctou, Maaté, the bomb from Abidjan.

Voices and a groove in the crossroads of the Manding Empire and of modern and dynamic kingdoms of African capitals.

In malinké, sousou, bété, adjoukrou, guéré, songhaï and french, the GO of Kotéba say the daily truth of the large mongrel metropolises of the African continent, speak about peace, ethnic tolerance and love too.

The GO of Kotéba are singers and especially marvellous interpreters who incarnate their songs with heart and conviction, dance and seize the rods to strike the doudoumbas, accompanied by their musicians. The GO of Kotéba, they are a cocktail of energy, of freshness and modernity, crossbred of tenderness and respect from the values which they inherited.

Edited by Xoussef on 3 Apr 2007, 12:49

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