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Besetzung und Mitglieder


  • Solo,
  • Trio,
  • Mehr als 4


 -  Band
 -  Band


1500 - 3000


ZAZA's journey began in the late 1990s when his brother introduced him to the captivating world of reggae music. A gift of a cassette ignited a deep and abiding love for music within him. Enter Abass, ZAZA's musical soul brother, who became his guide in the realm of melodies. With Abass, he learned the art of playing the guitar, and together, they embarked on a journey of crafting songs that resonated with their shared vision. ZAZA's love for music isn't just a passion; it's the essence of who he is today – open-minded, compassionate, and caring. The melodies that flow from his heart carry the power to connect him spiritually with nature, shaping his inspiration and awakening his concern for the environment. Through music, he channels his kindness and humility, transforming notes and lyrics into a force for social justice. The gift of music has also introduced him to a tapestry of soul music, uniting him with kindred spirits on his journey. Collaboration is woven into ZAZA's musical fabric, exemplified by his creative ventures with diverse artists. Notably, he's shared his musical canvas with talents like Jah Mason from Jamaica, as well as Celested Stars and others. ZAZA's spirit comes alive on the stage, where he shines as a live performer. The applause of his fans ignites his happiness, a feeling best experienced during moments like the Sunrise Festival in 2022 and the Summer Festival reggae in Wulf in 2023. Currently, ZAZA's creative flames burn brightly as he crafts new songs in collaboration with Kairaba and Celested Stars. These compositions are an embodiment of Afro-fusion, a genre where tracks like "Asksi," "Halei," and "Kamalinba" come to life. "Asksi" is a poignant love song portraying a man's journey of leaving his wife and children behind to seek a brighter future, offering them a greener pasture of life. "Halei," rooted in the Wollof language, embodies the essence of a young person. This track reflects a traditional Wollof saying, emphasising that a responsible young individual deserves a seat at the table with adults. ZAZA uses this song to instil profound societal values in the younger generation. Lastly, "Kamalinba," a word from the Mandinka language, translates to a young and adventurous soul. This track serves as a guide, advising young people to always stay connected to their roots and culture, irrespective of their achievements and successes. Within Afrofusion's harmonies, ZAZA crafts a bridge between cultures and genres, forging a sound reverberating through hearts and minds, inspiring unity and change. In parallel, Zaza is producing a reggae EP with Feli, showcasing another facet of his musical brilliance. Diving deeper, he explores R&B, Hip Hop, and trap influences in a project alongside Milan. His musical style transcends boundaries, defining itself as Afro-Fusion while welcoming elements from various genres. The canvas of ZAZA's lyrics is diverse, as he paints emotion and meaning in each composition. Love songs emerge, a testament to the tenderness in his heart. His music transforms into a vessel of activism, a platform to address issues close to his community, from political narratives to social dialogues. His lyrical tapestry captures the essence of his society, amplifying the voices that often go unheard. Cultural threads and other intricacies enrich his sound, creating an auditory experience that is as thought-provoking as it is enjoyable. ZAZA's legacy is etched in the smiles of his fans and the hearts of people worldwide. ZAZA, the creator of soul-nourishing melodies, aims to be remembered for the joy and happiness his songs bring to others. A lyrical architect, he constructs his melodies with his own hands while also sharing ideas within his musical circle, nurturing the collective spirit of creativity. As he journeys bithrough melodies, emotions, and time, ZAZA remains a melody woven into countless life stories.

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Reggae Festivals Afro fusion festivals Live concerts Immer live musik


Sieben Mitglieder Manchmal 8 leute Aber manchmal 10


Afro_Fusion, Afro_beat,Afro_Rythm Afro_funk Reggae und Hip Hop fusion Afro volk musik

Logistik und Ausrüstung

Also für Großere bühne wir brauchen mindesten ein und halb meter von einander

Aufbau und Verstellung

Eine stunde mindesten Aber es kommt drauf Wie groẞ die bühne ist

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