Electro folk / Lebanon - Syria
Lynn Adib flirts with jazz and Arabic music with insolence; her voice betrays her Bedouin nature and invites the most sedentary souls to travel.
Zeid Hamdan, the "Pope of underground music in the Middle East" has given a new generation a taste for Arabic music with his own tasty productions.
Guiss Guiss Bou Bess
Afro-electro / Senegal - France
Guiss Guiss Bou Bess is a window to the young Dakar scene. The duo - made up of Senegalese Mara Seck and French
Stéphane Costantini - is supported by the virtuoso percussion of Aba Diop. They merge the rhythms and songs of sabar with global bass culture; electro-sabar is born.
Electro funk / Congo
In the heart of rebel Kinshasa, many unusual music groups are emerging, Kin'gongolo Kiniata is THE current group not to be missed. The five artists captivate us with a music that blends into electro, which borders on rock n'roll and which caresses the rhythms of the country in the Congolese way.
A unique treasure / Guinea
Born in 1959, into a family of great Fulani musicians from Koundara, Macky is a treasure of Guinean music. His musical signature lies in his compositions, his unique way of accompanying himself on the guitar, his singing sometimes low then rising to the treble, tearing his voice without complex. He writes in different dialects poignant and funny philosophical nursery rhymes from his region. Its strength and authenticity suggest a contagious debut album.
Chico Correa & Jessica Caitano
Rap Repent / Brazil
“Rapping on a sacred beat. It is said that rap was invented in New York in the 70s, but they have been practicing it in Brazil for more than 200 years with the rhythmic singing of the embolada from Nordeste and the strength of Afro-religious percussion. » DJ Mukambo