b. Djénéba Seck Maliba, c.1966, Bamako, Mali. While still at college in the first 80s Seck seduced attention being a stage performer and started her professional profession as an celebrity in Mali but started performing. She was noticed by guitarist Sékou Kouyaté, who brought her into his music group in the middle-80s being a support singer. The music group had popular with “N’Kadignon Yé”, immediately after which Kouyaté transferred to France. Still in Mali, Seck continuing to sing, today with other rings, such as for example Bama Saba, and she produced a discovery in 1991 with her documenting of “Kankélétiguya”, which became emblematic of the country’s move towards democracy. In the past due 90s, Seck performed far away, including France. Performing in a gentle yet eloquent tone of voice, she attracts her repertoire generally from the original music of Mali. Among her various other strikes was “Kounkanko Kononni”. Seck maintained her links with Kouyaté who composed agreements for and made an appearance on her behalf 2005 solo discharge, THE REALITY. Other performers with whom she’s worked through the years consist of Sona Diabaté and Hadja Maninqé.