“Papiere-Papiere” by the New Generation,
reggae musical CD is available for purchase at : email@example.com
Listen to it: “Papiere, Papiere”, Audio Trailer
Long ago when all the countries were one and there was a rainbow connecting Africa and Europe. People regularly marched on the rainbow to visit each other.
One day a little girl named Fatou traveling from Mali slipped from the red color of the rainbow. Within the red color was a magical forest and in the middle of the forest was a village. the arrival of Fatou brought a bit if chaos to the village life. The Zombies tried to feed on her because she had no papers. The Elders of the village would sat and discussed the outcome for Fatou to stay. As the Hip-Hop girls and Gang-stars compete and dance. Fatou and the King lion feld deeply in love.
This story is narrated in German and other dialogs and songs in French, English, Wolof,and Suninke.
“Miss Wagadou 2009″
written by Sonja Prinz and Djeynaba Kamara
Based on history of the Ghana empire, also known as Wagadou. Koumbi the capitol city existed ca 800AD (after Christ).
These territories included the current countries of Mauritanian, Mali, Burkina Faso and the Ivory Coast.
The people were called “Mandinka” and was lead by the king, “Kaya Maghan”, Lord of War, or “Ghana” which means Lord of gold in the Mandinka language
Ghana had a pact with a giant snake-god, “Biida”. Biida supplied the people with all the gold they wanted.
As long as they would provide a pure virgin given as an annual ritual. After a long period their land became very rich.
One year Siia the fiancee of Mamedy won the competition and he became angry to share his future wife with the pact concerning the snake Biida. He wanted to eliminate both the pact and snake.
The decline of Wagadou the Madinka disbursted and were infiltrated into other tribal nations. Soninkes, Bambara, Soussos, Diola, Diakhake and more…
written by Sonja Prinz and Lipaya Wangodi
is the story of the “Afrika-conference” in 1885 in Berlin, wich divided africa in colonies, till today countries all over the world have to face post colonies problems as a result of this conference. The children present a little village, conquered by the soldats of the cruel belgium king Leopold 2.
The story is told in french, german and lingala (Congo)