Positive Black Soul - New York / Paris / Dakar download mp3 album
ロフィール: Hip Hop group from Dakar, Senegal. Amadou Barry, alias Duggy Tee or Doug E. Tee. Didier Awadi, alias DJ Awadi.
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Positive Black Soul's first international release, New York Paris-Dakar, had been previously released as a cassette in Senegal. However it was only in 1997, six years after its initial appearance, that it was sold outside of the country In 2002, the group appeared on the Red Hot Organization's tribute album to Fela Kuti, Red Hot and Riot. Positive Black Soul has promoted political activity and activism in other areas. The group urged Senegalese people to participate in the country's government and vote in elections. PBS also decries images of Africa in the media, which they view as one-sided. They state: "We want to show the positivity in the black soul. Africa is not only a land of suffering, misery, war and disease.
Positive Black Soul (also known as PBS) is a hip hop group based in Dakar, Senegal, one of the first such collectives in the country. As a founding member of Positive Black Soul (PBS) with Duggy Tee, Awadi toured around the world contributing to the international popularity of Hip Hop Galsen. Positive Black Soul Hip hop galsen AURA (United Artists for African Rap) African hip hop Senegal. In the same year, the Senegalese musician Baaba Maal offered PBS the opportunity to be on his album Firin' in Fouta. They contributed to a track titled "No Agreement" alongside Res, Tony Allen, Ray Lema, Baaba Maal, and Archie Shepp.
New-York Paris Dakar released: 2003. Salaam released: 1996. New-York Paris Dakar.
As a founding member of Positive Black Soul (PBS) with Duggy Tee, Awadi toured around the world contributing to the international popularity of Hip Hop Galsen. Awadi works as a solo artist accompanied by his crew PBS Radikal. He participates in the structuring of the musical sector in Senegal through his label, recording studio, and rehearsal space, Studio Sankara. In 1989, he formed Positive Black Soul with fellow hip hop musician Duggy Tee with the desire of promoting a positive image of Africa. In 1992, PBS is chosen by the French rapper with Senegalese origins, MC Solaar, to be the first part of his show touring throughout France. With a growing popularity, they record in 1994, a first track "Boul Faale" ("Don't worry") in which they denounce the local corruption of the political system.
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Featuring – KRS-One
Featuring – Vinia Mojica
|4||Lou Jot Yomb
Featuring – Bugs Bunny*
|7||New York / Paris / Dakar
Featuring – Djinji Brown, K-Mel, Manu Key, Supernatural
|8||Lou Teug Tass|
|12||Nubian Mic Squad
Featuring – Djinji Brown, MC Corain, Supernatural
- Distributed By – Night & Day
- Layout – Nicolas De La Carrera
- Mastered By – Mvouama Ernest*
- Photography By – Adrian Boot
- Producer – Cut Killer (tracks: 2, 3), DJ Abdel (tracks: 2, 3), Mounir (De Up Town)* (tracks: 1, 5, 6, 12), PBS* (tracks: 4, 7 to 11)
- Recorded By, Mixed By – Scott Harding
- Recorded By, Mixed By [Assistent] – Amadou Fall, Djinji Brown, Oumar Sow, Ouzin Ndoye
NotesRecorded at Studio 2000 - Midi Music (Dakar) and Green-Street (New York)
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- Other (Distribution Code): ND 215
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