The original sounds of Senegal are coupled with contemporary world music influences to make the smooth-edged global fusion of Paris-based guitarist Wasis Diop. His melody, “African Wish,” was a high 40 strike in Britain, while, his soundtrack for his sibling, Djibril Diop Mambety’s film, Hyenes, was a global achievement. USA Today praised Diop for his “sensual rhythms, beautiful harmonies, and mystical melodies”, while Paris-based newspaper Le Matin noticed that Diop “hits a balance between your music of the hallucinating Muslim priest phoning his flock as well as the ageless mild storyteller from the Savannah”… Exclaim journal wrote, “Diop’s tone of voice is type in the platform of the tracks; deep, dark and delicious.” Emigrating to Paris in the past due ’80s, Diop shifted his concentrate from engineering research at a college or university to touring and documenting having a jazz music group, Western African Cosmos. Urged from the band’s vocalist to go to Jamaica, Diop produced the trip in 1989. While there, he was befriended by important record maker Lee “Scuff” Perry, and performed guitar on many of Perry’s dub singles. Time for Paris, in 1990, Diop started dealing with Morrocan-rooted vocalist Amina Annabi. The next year, a music he composed on her behalf, “C’est le Dernier Qui A Raison (It’s the Last PERSON WHO Speaks WHO’S Best),” positioned 1st in the Eurovision Music Competition. Introduced to Japanese saxophonist Tasuaki Shimizu soon later on, Diop spent another two years documenting and touring in Japan as an associate of Shimizu’s music group. Launching his single career using the soundtrack of Hyenes, Diop quickly accomplished worldwide acclaim. That achievement has continued along with his extremely eclectic single albums No Sant, released in 1995, and, Toxu, released in 1998.