Angelique Kidjo

Thursday, September 09, 2010

Grammy Award-winning artist Angelique Kidjo talks about her career as a singer-songwriter, and her latest album, “Oyo,” which embraces rhythm & blues, soul music, jazz, and Beniese melodies. The album features interpretations of songs from artists as diverse as James Brown, Otis Redding, Miriam Makeba, and Santana, and includes guests: John Legend, Bono, Roy Hargrove and Dianne Reeves.


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Hello Angélique,I listen deeply your interview, and believe me it was fantastic, deep and made the difference of whar we herd before. i am miss Seynabou Toure ex Fesman international PR
concrutulations of all you are doing for African Music
Big up my sister, I am really proud of you.
Thank you

Sep. 12 2010 12:09 AM

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