Singer from St Louis of Senegal. He raps to deliver a positive message, for a voluntary and responsible Africa. Wolof sounds in his mouth like a djembe chorus… He owes his involvement in the BLUES’UP project to an act of courage which earned him the saving of the life of a French friend who resided in Dakar in 2007, a connection and his talent as a rapper did the rest.
Pierre Sibille, Jérôme Buigues (France) as well as Fred Doumbé and Moses Patrou (NY) wanted to participate in the production of the 1st title Domou Baye. Domou baye means the son of the “father” in a society where polygamy is common, it is sometimes hard to find your place in families where the father is not always present. Make It Real composed this track in tribute to his father …
To show him all the respect he has for his memory.
IT AIN’T WORKING : Make It Real invites for this 2nd BLUES’UP production the drummer / singer from Brooklyn, Moses Patrou on a text that talks about urban violence and the loss of certain values such as respect… The riots that followed the BLUES’UP Festival (May 2011) allowed us to judge the effervescence of a country which is booming.