The musical traditions of Algeria are fused with contemporary influences by Algeria-born and France-based vocalist Cheb Kader. Respectfully referred to as “the prince of rai,” Kader uses music as a car for analyzing the part of ladies and performers in society and the issues due to immigration. Given birth to in Oran, Algeria to Moroccan parents, Kader relocated to France at age nine, settling within the eastern French town of Mulhouse. Starting his musical profession in 1986, he battled to get an wall plug for his music. Annoyed by his insufficient success, he remaining music, in the first ’90s, to spotlight his family members. He continued to work through tunes in his house studio, nevertheless, and produced his comeback using the Latin-tinged solitary “Mani,” documented like a duet with Sergent Garcia.