The Franco-Algerian, the man of the burning podiums, DJ Moh Green comes once again to demonstrate his love for Africa. He comes back with a summer title called “Baila”. In this caliente opus, he brings together once again two leading African musicians, Fally Ipupa from the Democratic Republic of the Congo and Djodje from Cape Verde.
DJ Moh Green comes from a family of singers and musicians, the artist reinvents the diversity between cultures through his talent and determination. Known internationally but also committed to Africa, the DJ/Producer multiplies the meetings by collaborating with great international artists such as Sean Paul, Runtown or Vegedream. Keen to succeed and transmit positive values, Moh Green attracts a united and cosmopolitan audience thanks to his Algerian origins. With “Baïla” music lovers will plunge into the heart of African diversity between the cultural bowels of the Democratic Republic of Congo, the country of Congolese sapology and rumba and the tasty alleys of Cape Verde rocked by funaná, coladeira, batuque, the tabanca, the colá and the morna democratize by fire, the diva Cesaria Evora.
The song “Baïla”
DJ Moh Green
Entrepreneur and artist with multiple caps, Moh Green is one of the most active DJs and producers on the Afro scene. Moh Green, it’s more than 20 million views on YouTube, six no- minations at the AFRIMA (All Africa Music Awards) in 2019 & 2020 and tubes that follow each other non-stop. For the CAN 2019, Moh Green composed the official anthem, «African Proud», bringing together starsin a 100% African piece and already cult.
From the 2000s to the present day, he has collaborated with numerous artists such as Sean Paul, Fally Ipupa, Runtown, Hiro, Djodje, Lumidee, Elephant Man, Indila, Mister You, Vegedream (La Synesia), Brick and Lace, Iba One, Tenor…
Moh Green was able to develop his structures around his slogan «Pay Me Now», referring to broken promises and no tomorrow. He founded his label and its publishing company «Pay Me Now Prod», its event company «PMN Event» and its clothing brand «Pay Me Now Paris».
Moh Green continues his adventure, with numerous projects while promoting living together and defending multi-cultural causes.
A star named Fally Ipupa
Faustin Nsimba aka Fally Ipupa was born on 14 December 1977 in Kinshasa, Democratic Republic of the Congo. Evolving in urban music (group Talent Latent) and Ndombolo, he was noticed from a very young age thanks to his charisma and his talents as a performer.
In 1999, he joined the Quartier Latin group whose leader is none other than Koffi Olomidé, the godfather of the Congolese rumba. In 2006, Fally Ipupa embarked on a solo career and made his first album, Droit Chemin. In 2009 was published the al-bum Arsenal de Belles Mélodies, from which is extracted the title «Chaise électrique». With more than 40,000 copies sold in one week, the critical and commercial reception for this record is impressive. In 2013, he released the album Power «Kosa Leka». In August 2014, Fally Ipupa travels with the forty-seven African leaders invited by Barack Obama to the US-Africa Summit. In 2016, the artist celebrates the anniversary of a decade of career by announcing the album Fourteen – 14 (fourth album in a decade of career).
Fally Ipupa knew how to turn to modernity, to a new musical genre, more mixed, by creating the Tokooos music, which is the name of his recent albums. He has collaborated with artists such as Booba, Aya Nakamura, Naza, Dadju, MHD, Matt Pokora, Ninho, Wizkid. In February 2020, he brought together more than 20,000 spectators at AccorHotels Arena during his concert.
Djodje, the king of afropop and kizomba
Djodje was born on 15 January 1989 in Praia, Cape Verde. He is a pop/afro-pop artist and considered one of the best singers in Kizomba. Coming from a family of artists, he started very early in music and at 10 years old formed the group CT with members of his family and friends. His first solo album «Sempre TC» was released in 2006.
In 2009, he founded his music production company Broda Music, with Peps and Ricky Boy. The following year he released «Check-In», his second solo album, which he produced himself and this time in a more POP aspect, containing musical styles such as CaboZouk, Kizomba and Dancehall. This album boosted Djodje’s career and led him to a great world tour. In 2013, he released his third solo album entitled «Feedback», an album featuring the participation of several renowned Lusitanian producers and artists.
Today, Djodje is one of the best known artists of the Portuguese and Cape Verdean music scene at international level and its success continues to grow. Djodje has collaborated with artists such as Nelson Freitas, Patoranking, Ferro Gaita, Elida Almeida.