ADIOUZA
Productions Nuits d'Afrique presents

ADIOUZA

In-person Event
December 21st 2023
9:30 pm – 11:30 pm / Doors: 8:30 pm

4372 Boulevard Saint-Laurent, Montréal, QC, Canada
For more information about this event, please contact Productions Nuits d'Afrique at info@festivalnuitsdafrique.com.

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The original ADIOUZA, in civilian name Adji Kane Diallo, is a Senegalese artist born in Dakar. At the age of 15, she took her first steps on stage alongside her older brother Cheikh Lo ouza Diallo (a pianist, singer and backing vocalist). It was he who introduced her to music, after she had caught the bug from her father Ousmane Diallo, known as Ouza, who remained a very popular singer because of his strong political commitment.Adiouza made her debut in the world music scene on the Paris stages, where she embraced a career with multiple influences, while remaining very attached to African sounds and rhythms. Her father passed on to her his passion for Senegalese music. Her mother, of Malian origin, introduced her to the great classics of griots and Mandingo artists.

While studying ethnomusicology and music theory (piano, drums and guitar) at Paris 8, she released her first album, "Maadou", in 2009, a mbalax-beat opus tinged with jazz, soul and RnB. This was followed by a second album in 2013, entitled 'Lima Doon', and several singles, the latest of which, 'Madame Bonheur', released in November 2020, has racked up over 16 million views on YouTube. In 2022 she released her eponymous single MR Bonheur. 

In 2010, she received two awards: Best Newcomer and Best Female Artist at the Sunu Awards.

Her singles Ma la Nob and Daddy were also nominated for the Burkina Faso Kunde and several Afrima awards.

With her beautiful voice, Adiouza is an atypical singer with a melody tinged with sounds that blend traditional African music with pop.

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In presale, online only.

The original ADIOUZA, in civilian name Adji Kane Diallo, is a Senegalese artist born in Dakar. At the age of 15, she took her first steps on stage alongside her older brother Cheikh Lo ouza Diallo (a pianist, singer and backing vocalist). It was he who introduced her to music, after she had caught the bug from her father Ousmane Diallo, known as Ouza, who remained a very popular singer because of his strong political commitment.Adiouza made her debut in the world music scene on the Paris stages, where she embraced a career with multiple influences, while remaining very attached to African sounds and rhythms. Her father passed on to her his passion for Senegalese music. Her mother, of Malian origin, introduced her to the great classics of griots and Mandingo artists.

While studying ethnomusicology and music theory (piano, drums and guitar) at Paris 8, she released her first album, "Maadou", in 2009, a mbalax-beat opus tinged with jazz, soul and RnB. This was followed by a second album in 2013, entitled 'Lima Doon', and several singles, the latest of which, 'Madame Bonheur', released in November 2020, has racked up over 16 million views on YouTube. In 2022 she released her eponymous single MR Bonheur. 

In 2010, she received two awards: Best Newcomer and Best Female Artist at the Sunu Awards.

Her singles Ma la Nob and Daddy were also nominated for the Burkina Faso Kunde and several Afrima awards.

With her beautiful voice, Adiouza is an atypical singer with a melody tinged with sounds that blend traditional African music with pop.

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