Mamani Keita began her musical career as a backup singer for Salif Keita in the '90s. From there, session work as a backup singer on their debut led to her joining the band Tama for their second album, Espace, in 2002. In addition, she teamed up with producer Marc Minelli for the 2003 release of Electric Bamako on the Palm Pictures label. ~ Sean Westergaard
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