Music is like life, you can do it in one way: together
Cit. Ezio Bosso
Omar's style is raw, his music rooted in popular street expression. He has in fact always sided with young people, originating from large suburbs or poor neighborhoods, students, the unemployed and peasants. Even today, he embodies hope and the future by cultivating closeness to his audience.
Endowed with great cohesion, Oumou Soumaré is a prodigy of Songhai music. She draws her inspiration from the tradition that she purifies to keep only the essential modernity. With a luminous voice, Oumou sings about peace, love, the status of women and social cohesion. His album Woyei (women) which includes six tracks of happiness is a subtle mix of acoustic and electric. Distributed by Mali K7 S. A, Ali Farka Touré Partner. If Oumou Soumaré stands out as a sure successor to malian music,
his creations augur what will be the songhoi music of the 3rd millennium.