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Mory Kante

Guinean singer and kora harpist who became probably one of the most well-known Western African musicians ever with tracks like 1987’s “Ye ke ye ke.” In 2001, he was produced Goodwill Ambassador of the meals and Agriculture Corporation in the U.N.. He grew up among the Mandinka people in Guinea and was an associate of the group Rail Music group in the first 70’s. His biggest strike, “Ye ke ye ke,” became the 1st African solitary ever to market more than one million copies. His parents, Fatouma Kamissoko, Un Hadj Djeli Fode Kante, are both well-known music artists. He was a visitor on DJ Darren Tate’s “Narama” in 2006.

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