IDRISSA SOUMAORO

Biography

Idrissa Soumaoro is a legendary Malian musician known for his influential contributions to the music scene in West Africa. Born in 1949 in Kita, Mali, Soumaoro began his musical career in the 1970s, blending traditional Malian sounds with modern influences to create a unique and captivating style.

Soumaoro’s music is a fusion of traditional Malian folk music, Afrobeat, jazz, and funk, creating a sound that is both dynamic and soulful. He is a master of the guitar and a talented vocalist, known for his smooth voice and charismatic stage presence.

Throughout his career, Soumaoro collaborated with many renowned musicians, both in Mali and internationally, further expanding his musical horizons and leaving a lasting impact on the global music scene. He released several critically acclaimed albums, including “Kote” and “Ampsa,” which showcase his versatility and innovation as a musician.

In addition to his music, Soumaoro is also known for his role as a cultural ambassador, promoting Malian music and culture on the international stage. His music has inspired countless artists and continues to resonate with audiences around the world.

Idrissa Soumaoro’s legacy as a pioneering musician and cultural icon in Mali and beyond is firmly established, and his contributions to the world of music will be celebrated for generations to come.

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IDRISSA SOUMAORO

DJITOUMOU

Folk, World, & Country African CD
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IDRISSA SOUMAORO

DJITOUMOU

Folk, World, & Country African CD
12,49  Add to cart