Tuesday , January 19 2021

The song Bella Bellowa echoes loudly

Maurice Ravel of Bolero, Cello Yo-yo Ma and Blew & performer Angélique Kidjo marked the centenary anniversary of the primir in Paris on Sunday.

Particularly welcome is the performance of the Beninese singer.

Blewu is originally a song by Togolese artist Bella Bellow, who died in 1973.

The title, which means "Patience" or "Doucement" in My language, commemorates the colonial units that fought in France.

He died on December 10, 1973 in a car accident at Tsévié, Bella Bellow, whose real name is Georgette Nafiatou Adjoavi Bellow, will have an international career.

This extraordinary career is owed to Toulouse's visual artist Paul Ahyi because he initially introduced his talents to Slim Pezin's guitar, Jeannot Madingué, Bass, Ben's on drums, and Man Dibango on the keyboard.

Wherever he sings, in Abidjan, Cotonou, Bamako, Dakar, Ouagadougou via Douala, Libreville, Brazzaville or Kinshasa; Bella Bellow is transmitted to the sky by a crowd at the edge of hysteria.

Blazer on the hot road had a talent in a clean state. His work is now part of Tog heritage.

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