The Malian singing bird flies to Cruïlla
Not very long ago, Oumou Sangaré stated that “the true richness of Africa lies in its culture“. Somehow, this statement perfectly summarizes the singer’s career. Since she was young, her objective was to change the perception the world has of her land, and blow us away with its musical heritage.
Sangaré is a true reference, not just for the excellence of albums like Moussolou or Mogoy, but also for leading the fight for women’s rights and being an entrepreneur in extra musical projects, always with a humanist and sustainable perspective in mind.
This role model will also make us dance in Cruïlla, by deciphering the intricate rhythms of her songs onstage.
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With determination and a familiar and virtuous voice, she earned the alias ‘the singing bird from Wassoulou‘. Sangaré has become one of the biggest superstars in African music.