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Inna Modja

Mentored by legendary world musician Salif Keita, Malian vocalist Inna Modja later on discontinued the music of her African root base and only a commercial soul-pop sound motivated by her globe-trotting track record. Delivered Inna Bocoum in Bamako, Mali in 1984, she was presented with her stage name (signifying “naughty female”) by her mom, who enrolled her within a choir at age five. Motivated by both her parents’ Otis Redding, Ella Fitzgerald, and Ray Charles record collection, and her six siblings’ like of hip-hop, disco, and rock, she made a decision to pursue a profession in music, carrying out as a support vocalist for the Rail Band de Bamako before relocating to Paris, via Nigeria, Togo, as well as the U.S., with her family members. In ’09 2009, she authorized to Up Music and released her debut recording, Everyday Is a fresh World, chasing it up with sophomore outing Like Revolution and its own hit solitary, “French Cancan,” in 2011.

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