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On Saturday, November 17th, the Alliance Française of Dar es Salaam hosted a free concert featuring two rising stars in the African music scene.

From the Democratic Republic of Congo, Maryse Ngalula's powerful voice advocated for women's empowerment through the sweet sounds of blues, jazz and South African rhythm.

Elie Kamano from Guinea got the crowd moving with his Afro-reggae style mixing in political lyrics through hip-hop style. If you like Wyclef Jean, check out Elie's music.

Thank you to Alliance Française for the excellent evening.
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