This song evokes the fact that everyday, human being is confronted with daily battles: to seek something to live, to preserve his health as much as possible, to protect his mind against the trials of life, in short, to live in eternal conflict with the blows of life in order to stay alive as long as possible.
This song is a conversation between Mister Yes and Mister No, two opponents in endless rivalry. When one agrees, the other one disagrees, and vice versa. I tried to represent the argument in a musical and funny way while keeping the « conflict » as the theme. The song is sang in English and in Yezoum,my native language
The power is in you. You are one with the Universe and the Creator. The Earth must be saved. The spirit wanders overseas and mountains. Listen to the sound of the waves as nature weeps. She is dying a little more every day. During my trip to Senegal, I had the chance to learn to express my feelings through melody, song and rhythm. This song unites several musical universes. Despite Covid, I was fortunate to work with musicians such as Brice Essomba, Caroline Etoa, Ben Bossambo and Sandro Friedrich.
"Sí ndôn" means "The planet" in Ewondo language from Cameroon.This song is a conversation between God and human being about how they feel to live in the planet and in return, they give thanks to God for he made the world and all its precious marvels.
Mundi mwa wasé in duala language from Cameroon means "Earth".This song is an ode to the physical beauty of the Earth and its components in order to realise how precious is our dear planet and that we should manage all our efforts to keep it as marvelous and wonderful as it is.
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