New York-based, Ghana-born Blitz the Ambassador opens his forthcoming album with this track featuring Les Nubians. Laced with slinky sax, blaring horn lines, west African guitar licks and booming 808s, the song packs a prolific call to the world in under five minutes.
From their recent album Nu Revolution, here’s the new video from the gorgeous sister act that is Les Nubians. J Period remixed this song which means don’t let your dreams fall asleep.
Five years since their last project, Les Nubians, the Paris-born/ Chad-raised sister duo return with Nu Revolution, an album inspired by life as they currently know it, and kick off a preview tour on the 20th of this month. We caught up with Celia Faussart, discussing the new album, the internet, and what it means for their African fans.
There is so much to talk about on all things African, from serious to the not-so-serious Here’s what AfriPOP! is keeping it’s eyes on this week:Les Nubians, have been gone for five years. Now sisters Hélène and Célia Faussart are releasing their fourth studio album to much fanfare (ahem: us) titled “Nu Revolution.”