Je suis pianiste,je joue depuis mes 13 ans, j'ai fais l'american school of modern music de Paris pendant 1 ans ensuite j'ai eu à accompagner plusieurs artistes internationaux, aujourd'hui je suis arrangeur auteur compositeur interprète
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This song has the most primary pulse, that of life and mother nature. It is an invitation to work from the personal in trying to generate from the energy those vibrations so necessary for the harmony of our life in communion with the universe. It is the invitation to that prayer so necessary in these times, prayer beyond religions.
"Planet says" is a reggae song with an ironic approach. The planet tells us that we better worry about us than her because, as humans, we're probably the ones who will pay the worst for our mistakes while she will keep on turning. She has been here so long-time before us, she will keep on bouncing on the different scenarios that will appear with the other planets and stars of the Universe. We are the little ones. It seems that our arrogance makes us feel even able to destroy nature while actually we're probably just able to destroy ourselves.
Mother nature talks about the protection of nature and the earth here the context alludes to the woman who protects her, who says nature says earth planet. Let's protect our nature and our earth because we are one.
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.
Close your eyes, can you feel the warmth under your feet? Can't you hear the heart of the earth beating into you? There's an energy that's surrounding you, you're a part of the Universe. And if you find the way to see through the mystery of the Creation, the treasure must come to you.
"Minyôn ya sí" means "tears of the Earth" in Ewondo language from Cameroon.The song is about the planet asking human being why it is destroyed day after day and crying for protection,for good care.
This music is born in Africa, it grows in Europe but it carries the global call that today sounds in the voices of children all over the world. Children claiming their own future manifest themselves publicly as adults, demanding of us a greater and deeper reflection on the impacts that each attitude today will have traces tomorrow for everyone. Children who postpone school because they understand that without water school does not make sense. Children who grow up to re-teach us to love and preserve Nature. Girls and boys full of hope.
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.
Ila dunia(save the earth) Ila Dunia which means (save the earth) is a song that challenges us all to become aware of the state of our planet. Human beings exploit, ruin and destroy nature. The damage caused by our way of life is such that if nothing is done it could lead to irreversible consequences. This song that I suggest, is a call to change, in our habits, our vision, and our way of life. There is always a hope of saving our world, it that saw us being born and, which is obviously a unique gift that we can never replace.
Tell me captain it’s a grooving rhythm and blues that give “a lighthearted take on what's going on in the world” (Elly). We won’t accept, we won’t give up, we will “…keep on running against the wave, keep on singing in the rain, keep on loving life and human beings…” (Diego)
Lil paradise est un petit monde imaginaire,jardin secret,petit paradis dans lequel je me retrouve pour composer en toute intimité. Dans ce monde il y a des fleurs,des chutes d'eau,des montagnes,des oiseaux bref...tout le monde à son petit coin où il se retrouve pour être en paix avec lui-même...lil paradise
Matumeini is a fusion of Brice's jazzy and Syssi's Afrofolk influences. It tells a common and heartfelt story of hope. Through tough times and circumstances of life, recieveing or giving love is the best way to prevail.