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Florence Chitacumbi

Florence Chitacumbi

Florence Chitacumbi


In her new CD, the Swiss singer of Angolan origin speaks about love at the crossroads of soul and African music. Having led her audience in search of the “6ème sens” in her previous CD, Florence Chitacumbi now offers it a journey through the varied landscape of Soul and African music, through a new album of mixed colors and acoustic timbres. Its title, “Regards croisés”, announces the mood: that of love, the discovery of the other, the love relationship in its sensual and spiritual forms Read more on Last.fm
In her new CD, the Swiss singer of Angolan origin speaks about love at the crossroads of soul and African music. Having led her audience in search of the “6ème sens” in her previous CD, Florence Chitacumbi now offers it a journey through the varied landscape of Soul and African music, through a new album of mixed colors and acoustic timbres. Its title, “Regards croisés”, announces the mood: that of love, the discovery of the other, the love relationship in its sensual and spiritual forms, which pervades all the tracks on this new opus. But it also evokes the duality of Florence Chitacumbi, Angolan born in Switzerland, loving funk, groove and jazz and returning (through the Caribbean stopover…) to the sources of black music, as well as numerous encounters with men and women of multiple roots, which allowed her to forge her style and feed her inspiration. From this mix of music and traditions, as natural as creative, these original songs came to birth (except for one: “L’appel de ta peau”, from “Healing Song” of Glenn Ferris, and greeted with emotion by its author), songs with melodies and rhythms full of warmth, sung in French or Kikongo (Angolan dialect), and superbly served by the sounds of guitars of Laurent Poget and Yves Ndjock, N'doumbe Djengue (bass) and Valery Lobe (percussion). A golden combo further strengthened by a notable guest: the famous percussionist MINO CINELU, seduced by the project and adding to it his legendary touch. This acoustic environment of strings, wood and skins allows Florence Chitacumbi to revisit her voice and make us hear its full range and sensitivity.

An album of maturity, anchored in reality, dancing with the emotions to the rhythm of the heart. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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