ADIOUZA, the Diva of African Music continues to pile up successes. Illustrations: After having managed a thunderous comeback on the musical scene with a new single titled “Ma la Nob” (That I love you!) Warmly welcomed by music lovers, in the sense that it is about a sincere declaration of love and passion of a woman to his man, rhymatically declaimed through a strong mixture of wolofbeat and mbalakhbeat indicating the arrival for very soon in the bins of an international album rich in crossbreeds and high in colors, here she is nominated for the prestigious Hapa Music Awards in the category “Best Francophone Female Artist” at the “Humanitarian African Prestigious Awards” ceremony scheduled for November 18, 2017 in Los Angeles.
Also among the other nominees for these prestigious awards, are the Ambassador of Senegal in the USA, His Excellency Mr. Babacar DIAGNE, Mrs. Catherine A. AFEKU Minister of Tourism, Arts and Culture of Ghana, also a nice skewer of Policies , Dignitaries, Hollywood and African Actors, Musicians, Activists ….
Concerning the objective and judicious choice focused on ADIOUZA, without any doubt, it is a beautiful consecration (while waiting for the crown on November 18th – it suffices for it to vote massively for it on the site of the event – www.hapamusicawards.com/nominees) for an artist whose social and societal commitment to the benefits of the underprivileged with more than a decade of activism punctuated by multiple achievements, has finally established its popularity and confirmed its status as socially engaged artist.
Having taken the elevator of success with humility, ADIOUZA who has surrounded herself with a new staff and who has been signed by a new label, intends now to demonstrate by her talent, her generosity and her determination, that she is ready to conquer the international market.
Naturally, it is not enough to say that she has great ambitions for the Hollywood stars for this November 18 in Los Angeles, but beyond, to remain the favorite darling, the most coveted Senegalese public. To always continue to hum him ….. “Mala nob”. Here in the sense of “My People, I love you”.