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Ana Tijoux + La Dame Blanche + Sara Hebe + Mimaa

Cultural ,  Concert ,  World Music in Aubervilliers
25 Full-fare
  • Come and see a 100% female rap concert with "Les femmes s'en mêlent"!

  • Ana Tijoux:
    Ana Tijoux is an emblematic figure of Latin rap, who made a name for herself with her group Mazika before embarking on a successful solo career. Referred to as the Lauryn Hill of Latin America by the international media, Ana Tijoux is one of the most respected MC's. Inspired by 90s hip-hop, jazz and funk, she adds Latin and folkloric rhythms to her rap. Her spicy lyrics tackle politics with humour but without restraint.

    MIMAA :
    The Trap-latino scene can now count on one...
    > Ana Tijoux:
    Ana Tijoux is an emblematic figure of Latin rap, who made a name for herself with her group Mazika before embarking on a successful solo career. Referred to as the Lauryn Hill of Latin America by the international media, Ana Tijoux is one of the most respected MC's. Inspired by 90s hip-hop, jazz and funk, she adds Latin and folkloric rhythms to her rap. Her spicy lyrics tackle politics with humour but without restraint.

    > MIMAA :
    The Trap-latino scene can now count on one of its very first representatives, the singer MIMAA. The young French artist from Alès draws her inspiration from her Spanish and Italian origins, and from the Latin sounds that have marked her over the years. After performing in musicals and on numerous TV shows as a dancer (Incroyable Talent, Danse avec Les Stars...), MIMAA decided to launch her solo project.

    > Sarah Hebe:
    "Music is the soundtrack of social struggles". Independent and a witness to the upheavals of Argentine society as much as an actor of its mutations, denouncing its injustices, the hard-hitting hip-hop of this generous artist proves that resistance can be part of the struggle as well as the party. Her strength of character, her unique style, her chiselled flow, Sara Hebe may owe it in part to her origins. The power and intransigence of the elements of Patagonia seem to find an echo in each of her texts, in this body mounted on springs, against all odds, in this very personal urban poetry, this rap fusion from the slums of Buenos Aires, fed by carioca funk, punk and of course cumbia.

    > The White Lady :
    From Pinar del Rio to Paris, the Cuban singer, flautist and percussionist La Dame Blanche has established herself in a few years as a true alchemist of Afro-Latin hip-hop. Behind this character, inspired by legends from all over the world and also present in Cuban santeria, is Yaite Ramos, daughter of Jesus "Aguaje" Ramos, artistic director of the Orquesta Buena Vista Social Club. Her haughty voice, her precise flow, her feline grace and the help of Afro-Cuban spirits create a unique atmosphere of mysticism in concert.
  • Environment
    • Close to a public transportation
  • On June 9, 2022
  • Full-fare
    25 €

    • Annual

  • Reduce rate
    18 €

    • Annual

Schedules
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  • On June 9, 2022 at 7:00 PM