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Jahman Eselem – Reste dans l’Amour

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Past Posts about Jahman Eselem:

  • Chop Our Music – 2 year Anniversary Super Release! janvier 1, 2011 Difficile à croire, mais ça ne fait pourtant que 2 ans depuis notre première sortie mondiale Akwaaba wo Africa. Tellement de choses se sont passées depuis ! Deux douzaines de sorties qui couvrent un éventail allant du Highlife nigérian au griot gambien joueur de kora, du Kuduro angolais à la Salsa béninoise…Nous avons eu le plaisir ...
  • April 20th… we leave for Ghana, and leave you with reggae+dub avril 20, 2010 We dig Dubian’s weekly radio show Dubearth, and sure enough our new Quebec City homie was down to compile some of the sounds from Jahman Eselem and Eden Roots Liberation‘s albums. Enjoy his tasteful set of roots reggae, perfect for today’s occasion… below are links to listen and download both albums. The right column of ...
  • Listen to Jahman Eselem’s Reste dans l’Amour novembre 13, 2009
  • 04/14 WW: Jahman Eselem – iTunes release avril 16, 2009 Jahman is a very chill rastaman from Cameroon, whom we met in Bamako where he now lives. He recorded his debut album, Reste dans l’Amour in Bamako, at producer, arranger and multi-instrumentist Manjul‘s Humble Ark studio, both household names for African reggae lovers. The album features a handful of amazing dub versions by Manjul. Don’t ...
  • 04/14 FR: Nice Jahman feature in iTunes avril 15, 2009
  • Jahman Eselem avril 7, 2008 Lloyd from Eden Roots Liberation introduced me to his friend Jahman, who was born in Cameroun but now resides in Bamako, Mali. He’s a reggae singer, with one album out in Mali. « Waiting for the News ». All songs – half of them dub versions – are written by Jahman, arranged and produced by Manjul. They ...
  • The CCF points to cool stuff avril 3, 2008 Contacts at the Centre Culturel Français (French Cultural Center) of Bamako pointed me in the direction of young musicians experimenting with traditional sounds and new music styles. I met Chanana, leader of Diata Sya, who’s first album is both creative and diverse, with hip hop and dancehall songs using typical Malian instruments and chords. Yet ...

 

 

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