Anyango, the Japanese singer who sings in an African language
Anyango is the world's first female nyatiti player. The nyatiti is a traditional instrument of Luo tribe in Kenya. The harp-like instrument has traditionally been played only by men in the tribe. "Anyango" means "girl born in the morning" in Dholuo. Her third Album, "Teï molo", will be released this autumn. The mix of the bikutsi rhythm and the nyatiti rhythm will give birth to a new legend in World Music.
Anyango recorded with Sally at four places in France and Cameroon, Mastering was done at TRANCELAB STUDIO, a famous studio in Paris. "Teï molo" was produced with world class professionals and materials. We recommend "Teï molo" to all world music fans.