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feat. Yemi Alade

“Many people think that police brutality only happens in America, but it’s everywhere, ... This song is against brutality, but it’s also about how we need to treat each other with dignity, treat nature with dignity, and treat ourselves with dignity. Because if we can’t see the dignity that Mother Nature gave to all of us, then how can we walk tall”

Angelique Kidjo

Ea non blo sékpé
2021/4/2 - 18:10
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Peter Gabriel has re-recorded his 1980 protest classic “Biko” with help from 25 musicians from around the globe, including Beninese vocalist and activist Angélique Kidjo, Yo-Yo Ma, the Cape Town Ensemble, Sebastian Robertson, and bassist Meshell Ndegeocello.

2021/2/13 - 21:57
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Album African Giant

Featuring Damian Marley & Angélique Kidjo

The song has been described as an exchange of monologues on inequality across the world and the confrontational prophets that these times require.
[Intro: Damian Marley]
2019/12/24 - 00:11
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Madre Terra

Eva contro Eva

In collaborazione con Angélique Kidjo
Più che mai
Contributed by donquijote82 2013/12/18 - 12:09

Four Women

Four women in Montreux

Ieri sera al Montreux jazz festival quattro donne (Lizz Wright, Angélique Kidjo, Simone, la figlia di Nina Simone, e Dianne Reeves) hanno chiuso con questa canzone, cantando una strofa ciascuna, un bellissimo omaggio all'indimenticabile Nina Simone. Da brividi.
Lorenzo 2009/7/12 - 12:35

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