Pioneers of African music in France at the end of the 70s, Touré Kunda are one of the key and essential groups of the new multicultural France which shines today and which goes far beyond music.
An infectious blend of African, Latin, Brazilian, reggae, and pop rhythms have made Toure Kunda one of the most successful bands to come out of Africa Toure Kunda became pioneers. These sons of Ziguinchor fed on James Brown, Led Zepplin, Brassens or Credence Clearwater. This record has been polished over a long period and recorded in "village studio" conditions to preserve the essence of life, evoke the loss of values for confused generations. Fans of cheikh lo, orchestra baobab and youssou n’dour will love this.