AN IDEAL BLACK GIRL GOES SOLO.
In the late nineties Natu Camara led West Africa’s first all-female hip-hop group: The Ideal Black Girls.
Now she has returned to the worldstage, presenting her first solo album: Dimedi (“Child”). Recorded in Mali with the legendary Salif Keita’s band. Dimedi has already been hailed as a powerful masterpiece of Afro-rock, pop and soul.
The heartfelt songs vibrate with pulsating rhythms and explosive hooks, tackling many of the major social and political issues of our times.
She’s been called the Tina Turner of Guinea, and now she’s back. Natu, the beloved hip-hop queen, has transformed before our eyes into a singer and songwriter of rousing strength and significance.