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Oumou Sangaré : “It’s difficult to rattle me”
Feature
Oumou Sangaré : "It’s difficult to rattle me"

In Mali, her home country, she is busy with a project to create an institute ; she recorded her new album Timbuktu in the United States ; and she has recently become an actress in a film shot in France. Oumou Sangaré is back indeed and speaks cogently and with humour about her thirty-year career. Interview.

5 albums to discover this week
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5 albums to discover this week

Our week’s selection includes Malian diva Oumou Sangaré’s fusion album, Pierre Kwenders’ hommage to Papa Wemba, KMRU & Aho Ssan reveal an explosive album, Congolese rumba is revisited under an experimental rock lens and Okmalumkoolkat takes a hip-hop detour from gqom.

Women to listen to on March 8 (and every other day)
List / Guide
Women to listen to on March 8 (and every other day)

For this International Women’s Day, PAM has compiled a playlist in which African or Afro-descendant women are the central characters. It is meant as a tribute to women, their struggles, as well as their past and future victories.

The diva Oumou Sangaré announces new album with “Sarama”
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The diva Oumou Sangaré announces new album with “Sarama”

The Malian singer is back with Timbuktu, a new album with an international scope.  On April 29, world icon Oumou Sangaré will release the thirteenth album of her immense career: Timbuktu. Recorded between the United […]

Oumou Sangaré unveils acoustic version of “Kamelemba”
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Oumou Sangaré unveils acoustic version of "Kamelemba"

Though there was no ceremony, the great songstress of Malian music has been presented with the French Sacem Grand Prix by singer Aya Nakamura for her acoustic album that blended modern vocals with traditional instruments. […]

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