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Tata Bambo Kouyate


Like many children given birth to into jali families, Kouyate began singing at a age, joining the Malian Country wide Ensemble and planing a trip to the 1967 Pan-African Music Festival together. She became among Mali’s most widely used singers, traveling from coast to coast and carrying out traditional jali classics and compliment tracks. In 1984, a rich patron helped purchase a recording program in Paris, which led to her biggest strike, “Hommage a Baba Cissoko.” In 1988, she turned from traditional tools to contemporary types while keeping her familiar design.

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Full Name Tata Bambo Kouyaté
Profession Film Score Composer
Music Songs Hommage à Baba Cissoko, Draméra, Diadie Diawara, Ainana bah, Awa dramé, Malamine, Mama Bathily, Dariga, Allaye Famaye, Kanou, Nene Sow, Mbiffe, Goundo tandia, Banga Diabate, Amadou Traoré, Djata, Gnogonte, Si tu m'aimes, Kassi dondon, Tombolé, Mali djamanan, Tiéba, Ni ala sona, Alima Diawara, Djigui kountan, Mah Drame, Badiourou, Fanta Toure, Kononi, Mandin Kono, Djobo, Nteri Diaba
Albums Aou bogna, Bambo yele, Tata Bambo Kouyaté, Mali Stars, Vol.2, Djely Mousso, Hommage à Baba Cissoko
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