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SUNU WARËF | New Album - OUT NOW!

SUNU WAREF 

NAPALMA
’s new Release has a strong connection with one of the most spoken topics in the world's population, the 'deforestation of the Amazon rainforest'. A stunning Music Video takes the band to the heart of the Amazonia, in a partnership with Herve Neukomm, a swiss traveller that crossed the whole Amazon river during five years in a Bike-Boat (a boat propelled by a bicycle).

Sunu Warëf’ is an uplifting electronic, percussive and groovy song with a Caribbean spice, and has beautiful melodies with catchy vocal lines from West Africa, and lyrics are in Wolof, one of the languages from Senegal, which means “Our Mission”, each person has the own Mission in life. 

 

The Album is a powerful international pack where different styles and backgrounds are fused, containing ‘Sunu Warëf’ OriginalMix + Six Remixes, produced by SucreSoul (South Africa), Infrared (France), Mista Monk (Australia), Jaspe (France), 

Kokkosh (Egypt) and Leandro Bonfim (Brazil). 

The music production was crafted by Marcel Dadalto and Cid Travaglia, in Berlin.

The artwork is a creation from Brazilian Designer and Tattoo Artist Rodrigo Tas.

Yobalema OriginalMix + Six Remixes’, produced by Marc Brauner from Germany, Mista Monk from Australia, Mogo Naaba representing Togo / South Africa, Sandman FR from France, Gutto Serta from Brazil / Berlin and The Phat Ones from South Africa, and as a bonus track it is offered Yobalema Instrumental OriginalMix.

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Yobalema EP' is a powerful international pack where different styles and backgrounds are fused, a modern WorldBeat and Electronic Music with an original and unique formula, reflecting the eclectic verve that made NAPALMA feature in the line up of Montreux Jazz Festival, Boom Festival and the Cairo Opera House.
 

'Yobalema' is sung in Wolof from Senegal and it means ‘Take me With You’, it is about two soul mates complementing each other in a relation that No One can separate between friends, couples and partners.

 

The music production was crafted by Marcel Dadalto and Cid Travaglia, featuring Daniel Zabon from Germany/ Kenya on saxophone and Mogo Naaba from Togo/ South Africa on synths. 
 

The artwork is a creation from Brazilian Designer and Tattoo Artist Rodrigo Tas.

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