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Album: SARABAH: Tales From the Flipside of Paradise, 2009. Fatou Mandiang Diatta, known under the name Sister Fa, was born 1982 in Dakar, Senegal. Sister Fa is Senegal's Queen of hip-hop. Struggle breeds compassion, and Sister Fa uses her international album debut Sarabah - Tales from the Flipside of Paradise to speak out against the injustices rampant in her native country. Warm, groovy and unmistakably African, her raps, in Wolof, Manding, Jola and French, roll elegantly over beats as well as traditional sounds (kora and djembe), delivering tracks far removed from rap cliches, and more influenced by 80s Old Skool hip-hop than current rap trends.
Proclaimed Senegal’s Queen of Hip-Hop, 27-year-old Sister Fa delivers energetic beats and raps on her new album Sarabah: Tales From The Flipside Of Paradise, but relegating the sounds to their genre elements don’t do them justice.
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Free download and listen SARABAH: Tales From The Flipside Of Paradise. Sister Fa. Style: rap. Album year: 2009. Tracks count: 12. Views: 0. Sister Fa - Amy Jotna 04:15. Sister Fa - Poum Poum Paya 04:09. Sister Fa - Milyamba 04:18.
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