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Daara J Family and “Tchékoulé”
Since bursting onto the scene in Senegal in 1997, Daara J has been a staple of the country’s prominent hip hop movement. Originally a trio made up of Faada Freddy, N’Dongo DJ, and Lord Alajiiman, the group quickly gained success and recognition in their home country following the release of their eponymous debut album Daara-J.
Rap duo Daara J’s “Bayi Yoon” or the “Anthem for Africans”
Senegalese rap duo Daara J are most known for their rap style and thought provoking lyricism. The group consists of N’Dongo D and Faada Freddy and the name “Daara” refers to the traditional Islamic school where children learn the Qu’ran and “how to become men.” According to Faada Freddy, the J means to sow something,
Daara J Family
Biography Sengalese group Daara J Family creates shared the molding of their artistic talents through their music. The group raps in their wolof dialect to share messages about their journey towards success. Daara J Family embraced different styles including soul, reggae, and traditional music to help produce their own style. The group had no difficulties
The group Daara J has been a staple of Senegalese Hip Hop for over a decade. They were put influenced and encouraged by Positive Black Soul and strengthened those connections by making great music with a message and working to bring about change much the same as PBS. The members are N’Dongo D, Aladji Man,