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Carlou D.

Carlou D.

"A New Day"

A member of Senegal's first hip-hop group, Positive Black Soul, Carlou D turned to a more traditional sound for his 2010 breakthrough album, Muzikr (World Village). For his new album, A New Day, available March 10, Carlou D has gathered a talented team around him, including fellow rising African stars Ester Rada and Berita, along with Eagle-Eye Cherry who appears on the single “Soldier”. A New Day takes his philosophy and talent a step forward towards international acclaim.

"Carlou D has the potential to become a major West African star...he has a powerful voice that can switch to an easy falsetto, and is an excellent guitarist and thoughtful songwriter."
- The Guardian

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