Flashmag Digizine Edition Issue 110 October 2020 - Page 170

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Fally Ipupa

From 1999 until 2006, Fally Ipupa was a member of Quartier Latin International, the music band formed in 1986 by Congolese musician Koffi Olomidé. His seven album Tokoos relased in 2017 saw him get some awards like the Afrima in Dallas for Best French Artist 2017 and Best video "Eloko Oyo" In 2018 he was Nominated for BET Awards 2018 [as Best International] Fally Ipupa a notable guitarist gifted with languid vocals dear to the Rumba, is very popular among the young adults generation of blacks in Africa in the Caribbean and in Europe

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DJ Arafat is no exception to the rule that artists, sometimes become more famous after their death. the master of the Coupé Décalé king of the Buzz has seen after his death in 2019, an important revival of curious and fanatics on his music, with the album Renaissance released in 2018 in the Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #100,473 Paid in Albums and #185 in Adult Contemporary (Albums)

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With this new opus tribute to the legend of the Congolese Rumba Franco, Ray Lema proves that he does not stop his will to transmit to the new generations all the heritage which made the identity of his country. Not to make museum pieces of it, like a folklore preserved in formaldehyde, but indeed to feed creativity again and again. The album released on June 19, 2020 enters at the 12th position with Dj Arafat

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Tinariven

Tinariwen means "deserts", the group of Tuareg musicians from the Sahara desert region in northern Mali, was formed in 1979 in Tamanrasset, Algeria, but returned to Mali after a ceasefire in the 1990s In 2012, they won the prize for the best group at the Songlines Music Awards and the Grammy Award for the best world music album for their 5th album Tassili. Amadjar their 8th album released in September 2019 is: # 39,300 on CD and vinyl and # 1595 International in the Amazon Best Sellers ranking.

Aya Nakamura

Aya Danioko, known as Aya Nakamura (born 10 May 1995), is a French Afro Trap singer of Malian origin. Nakamura published her music online with "Karma" and "J'ai mal" getting a lot of followers. Her song "Brisé" composed by Christopher Ghenda, garnered 13 million views on YouTube, and a duo with rapper Fababy "Love d'un voyou" resulted in her charting in France. She released her debut album with a number of collaborations. She is best known for her number one song "Djadja" that has more than 240 million views on YouTube.