London Ko review – exuberance rules

London Ko review – exuberance rules


The Malian singer Fatoumata Diawara has always been about the future. The image of her toting an electric guitar – which she has said is a first for a female Malian singer – tells you as much, as does her new video, Nsera, a dazzling parade of Afro-futurist images with “Fatou” in assorted stunning costumes. Her two previous albums have remained broadly in Mali’s wassoulou traditions while introducing western elements, a process taken further on London Ko, which is co-produced with Damon Albarn – the two have remained friends since she appeared on his 2012 Africa Express tour. Read full review at The Guardian.

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