Abou Diarra



World music / Blues / Mali

Abou Diarra

Credit Victor Delfim




Web site : aboungoni.com

Booking : Ginger Sounds

Management / Production : Mix et Métisse

Edition : RFI Talent / CSB Production

Abou Diarra is one of those rare artists who doesn’t get involved in a new project unless pushed by an inner profound necessity. Koya, named after his mother as a tribute,  joins quite naturally the continuance of a long musical thought process while venturing in new directions. For the first time, Abou intertwines Nicolas Repac samples with his own electro grooves mixed together with Vincent Bucher harmonica blues. Nonetheless, he is never venturing far from a genuine malian musical spirit, being on the kamele n’goni or the singing, nicely sustained by Toumani Diabaté. Abou Diarra’s fervor shows behind each note of this album, full of humble richness, like himself : a deep sincerity, a full acceptation of life seen as a constant becoming, and towering over all, the serene feeling of a higher harmony.


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