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Né So

Rokia Traoré

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Just prior to her last release, 2013's fiery rock-oriented Beautiful Africa, Malian singer/songwriter Rokia Traoré's home country suffered a military coup that launched the nation into a brutal civil war and political unrest that continues to smolder three years later. It's no wonder then that Traoré's sixth album, Né So, is a more subdued affair, rife with new tensions and deeply affecting meditations on identity and the meaning of home. Produced again by Britain's John Parish (PJ Harvey), the sonic scope of Né So is more intimate and tightly wound than its predecessor, filled with subtle grooves and some inventive guitar work from both Traoré and her two very capable six-string counterparts, Stefano Pilia and Rodriguez Vangama. Weaving in and out of this mix is longtime collaborator Mamah Diabaté, who adds nimble flourishes on the n'goni, especially on songs like the masterful "Kènia" and the pensive title track, whose haunting lyrics tell of the millions of Malian refugees forced to leave their homes in 2014. Traoré's voice has always seemed to be both brittle and strangely electric, and she delivers these powerful songs in a worldly mix of Bambara, French, and even English, as on her heartrending cover of "Strange Fruit," Abel Meeropol's 1937 anti-racist ballad originally made famous by Billie Holiday. Traoré's confidence and emotional candor drive her music, adding heft to the anti-war themed "Ilé," or a lush resonance to the romantic "Amour." Guest artists like Led Zeppelin bassist John Paul Jones and California psych-folk bard Devendra Banhart represent her expansive, multi-cultural breadth, though their contributions are hardly necessary, as this already comes through in her music. With Né So, Traoré feels completely dialed in and in control, delivering her most compelling record yet.
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1
Tu Voles
00:04:04

John Parish, Guitar - Rokia Traore, Composer, Guitar, Backing Vocals, Lead Vocals, Writer, MainArtist - Stefano Pilia, Guitar - Mamah Diabaté, Guitar - Matthieu Nguessan, Bass Guitar - Moïse Ouatara, Drums - Bule Mpania, Backing Vocals - Russell Tshiebua, Backing Vocals

© 2016 Nonesuch Records Inc. ℗ 2016 ROCK'A SOUND under license to Nonesuch Records Inc. for the world (except Italy)

2
Obikè
00:04:27

Rokia Traore, Composer, Guitar, Backing Vocals, Lead Vocals, Writer, MainArtist - Stefano Pilia, Guitar - Mamah Diabaté, Guitar - Rodriguez Vangama, Guitar - Matthieu Nguessan, Bass Guitar - Moïse Ouatara, Drums - Bule Mpania, Backing Vocals - Russell Tshiebua, Backing Vocals

© 2016 Nonesuch Records Inc. ℗ 2016 ROCK'A SOUND under license to Nonesuch Records Inc. for the world (except Italy)

3
Kènia
00:05:17

Rokia Traore, Composer, Guitar, Backing Vocals, Lead Vocals, Writer, MainArtist - Stefano Pilia, Guitar - Mamah Diabaté, Guitar - Rodriguez Vangama, Guitar - Matthieu Nguessan, Bass Guitar - Moïse Ouatara, Drums - Bule Mpania, Backing Vocals - Russell Tshiebua, Backing Vocals

© 2016 Nonesuch Records Inc. ℗ 2016 ROCK'A SOUND under license to Nonesuch Records Inc. for the world (except Italy)

4
Amour
00:03:06

John Parish, Guitar - Rokia Traore, Composer, Guitar, Backing Vocals, Lead Vocals, Writer, MainArtist - Stefano Pilia, Guitar - Mamah Diabaté, Guitar - Matthieu Nguessan, Bass Guitar - Moïse Ouatara, Drums - Bule Mpania, Backing Vocals - Russell Tshiebua, Backing Vocals

© 2016 Nonesuch Records Inc. ℗ 2016 ROCK'A SOUND under license to Nonesuch Records Inc. for the world (except Italy)

5
Mayé
00:05:35

Rokia Traore, Composer, Guitar, Lead Vocals, Writer, MainArtist - Stefano Pilia, Guitar - Mamah Diabaté, Guitar - Matthieu Nguessan, Bass Guitar - Moïse Ouatara, Drums

© 2016 Nonesuch Records Inc. ℗ 2016 ROCK'A SOUND under license to Nonesuch Records Inc. for the world (except Italy)

6
Ilé
00:03:54

Rokia Traore, Composer, Guitar, Backing Vocals, Lead Vocals, Writer, MainArtist - Stefano Pilia, Guitar - Mamah Diabaté, Guitar - Matthieu Nguessan, Bass Guitar - Moïse Ouatara, Drums - Bule Mpania, Backing Vocals - Russell Tshiebua, Backing Vocals

© 2016 Nonesuch Records Inc. ℗ 2016 ROCK'A SOUND under license to Nonesuch Records Inc. for the world (except Italy)

7
Ô Niélé
00:03:26

John Paul Jones, Bass Guitar - John Parish, Drums - Rokia Traore, Composer, Guitar, Backing Vocals, Lead Vocals, Writer, MainArtist - Stéfy Rika, Backing Vocals

© 2016 Nonesuch Records Inc. ℗ 2016 ROCK'A SOUND under license to Nonesuch Records Inc. for the world (except Italy)

8
Kolokani
00:04:06

Rokia Traore, Composer, Guitar, Backing Vocals, Lead Vocals, Writer, MainArtist - Stéfy Rika, Backing Vocals

© 2016 Nonesuch Records Inc. ℗ 2016 ROCK'A SOUND under license to Nonesuch Records Inc. for the world (except Italy)

9
Strange Fruit
00:03:40

Lewis Allan, Writer - John Parish, Drums - Rokia Traore, Composer, Lead Vocals, MainArtist - Reggie Washington, Bass Guitar - Stefano Pilia, Guitar - Mamah Diabaté, Guitar

© 2016 Nonesuch Records Inc. ℗ 2016 ROCK'A SOUND under license to Nonesuch Records Inc. for the world (except Italy)

10
Né So
00:03:53

John Paul Jones, Mandolin - John Parish, Vocals - Rokia Traore, Composer, Guitar, Lead Vocals, Writer, MainArtist - Stefano Pilia, Guitar - Mamah Diabaté, Guitar - Matthieu Nguessan, Bass Guitar - Moïse Ouatara, Drums, Percussion

© 2016 Nonesuch Records Inc. ℗ 2016 ROCK'A SOUND under license to Nonesuch Records Inc. for the world (except Italy)

11
Sé Dan
00:04:07

Devendra Banhart, Guitar, Lead Vocals - Rokia Traore, Composer, Guitar, Backing Vocals, Lead Vocals, Writer, MainArtist - Stefano Pilia, Guitar - Mamah Diabaté, Guitar - Matthieu Nguessan, Bass Guitar - Moïse Ouatara, Drums - Stéfy Rika, Backing Vocals

© 2016 Nonesuch Records Inc. ℗ 2016 ROCK'A SOUND under license to Nonesuch Records Inc. for the world (except Italy)

Albumbeschreibung

Just prior to her last release, 2013's fiery rock-oriented Beautiful Africa, Malian singer/songwriter Rokia Traoré's home country suffered a military coup that launched the nation into a brutal civil war and political unrest that continues to smolder three years later. It's no wonder then that Traoré's sixth album, Né So, is a more subdued affair, rife with new tensions and deeply affecting meditations on identity and the meaning of home. Produced again by Britain's John Parish (PJ Harvey), the sonic scope of Né So is more intimate and tightly wound than its predecessor, filled with subtle grooves and some inventive guitar work from both Traoré and her two very capable six-string counterparts, Stefano Pilia and Rodriguez Vangama. Weaving in and out of this mix is longtime collaborator Mamah Diabaté, who adds nimble flourishes on the n'goni, especially on songs like the masterful "Kènia" and the pensive title track, whose haunting lyrics tell of the millions of Malian refugees forced to leave their homes in 2014. Traoré's voice has always seemed to be both brittle and strangely electric, and she delivers these powerful songs in a worldly mix of Bambara, French, and even English, as on her heartrending cover of "Strange Fruit," Abel Meeropol's 1937 anti-racist ballad originally made famous by Billie Holiday. Traoré's confidence and emotional candor drive her music, adding heft to the anti-war themed "Ilé," or a lush resonance to the romantic "Amour." Guest artists like Led Zeppelin bassist John Paul Jones and California psych-folk bard Devendra Banhart represent her expansive, multi-cultural breadth, though their contributions are hardly necessary, as this already comes through in her music. With Né So, Traoré feels completely dialed in and in control, delivering her most compelling record yet.
© Timothy Monger /TiVo

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