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Baloji - Le Jour d'Après / Siku Ya Baadaye (Indépendance Cha-Cha)

Baloji - Le Jour d'Après / Siku Ya Baadaye (Indépendance Cha-Cha)

Shot in the "Bon Marché" (Barumbu) neighbourhood, at the heart of Kinshasa, featuring the late Wendo Kolosoy’s backing band, Indépendance Cha-Cha - Le Jour d'Après is a new take on the African independence anthem written in 1960 by Joseph "Grand Kallé" Kabasele and Nicolas "Dr. Nico" Kassanda.

"The wide range of backgrounds, the various ethnic groups and traditions: this has and will never stand in the way of sharing a common set of ambitions." - Baloji

Directors : Spike and Jones
Dop : Nicolas Karakatsanis
Producer : Annemie Decorte & Michèle Meire (dr film)

Album : Kinshasa Succursale
Label : Kraked - Release : 12/09/2010

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tonito tonito ·  19 May 2010, 14:37

adoré son premier solo. A hâte !

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