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December
7

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Cameroonian soul Makossa diva Charlotte Dipanda ‘s  vocal rendition on her songs are utterly mind blowing. Her charming looks and glamour makes her stand out , and she keeps garnering a huge fan base  . On the heels of a considerably successful opus titled “Cocou”,  her brand new single ” Elle n’a pas vu” is off her impending album slated to be released on February 15th 2015.  The song is life-enhancing accompanied by mouthwatering visuals . The video was directed by Max Ngassa.

Enjoy


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May
7

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Martinique artist Eric Virgal has collaborated with deucedly  powerful singer  , “coucou” crooner Charlotte Dipanda on a scintillating zouk tune titled ” Je me souviens de son visage” . It’s a perfect song to soothe emotional malaise. 

Enjoy ! 


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April
21

Charlotte Dipanda has registered considerable applauds following the release of her phenomenal tune ”Coucou”. The prolific singer has been giving electrifying performances across the University cities in Cameroon. After thrilling her ardent fans in Douala, Yaounde, Buea and Dschang  , the Cameroonian makossa-soul diva shall be performing at Lycee Classique in Maroua and Stade Doumbe in Ngaoundere on April 26th and 27th respectively. 


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February
25

chaSure, the incident  is over a year old but it”s still worth its weight as a star moment. As she performed live during a business expo in Yaounde, a male fan broke down in  tears

at the sound of her voice. If you thought this only happened to teenage girl fans of Westlife then watch and see

what our Charlotte Dipanda“s velvet voice can do to a grown dude. I hope his girlfriend or wife wasn”t watching and has never seen this video. Whatever the case, his inability to hold himself together warranted him a few moments in Charlotte”s consoling arms on stage. Most guys will surely wish silently they were in this crying fan “s place, that is without the tears, even of joy.

 


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October
30

Proudly Cameroonian is the feel

ing now amongst many with the nomination of four Cameroonian artists in 03 categories for the prestigious pan-African Kora Awards, 2012 edition, billed for Cote d’Ivoire this year. Sultry singer Charlotte Dipanda and Bikutsi waist – winding goddess Lady Ponce have both been nominated in the Best female Central African artist category for their tracks “Coucou” and “Secouer secouer” respectively. Boyband X Maleya have on their part been nominated in the best African group category for “Tchokolo” and N’Lauretta has received a nod in the best female gospel artist category for her track “Hommage à Jesus”. Before you start criticising and saying who and who are not present, it is worth pointing out that only tracks released between May 1 2o11 and October 10 2012 were considered. Forget not too, only 144 artists and groups were selected out the 400 t0 500 files received. So maybe the artist(s) you are rooting for is in the rejected lot. What ever the case, a lot of hype and visibility are needed for an artist to be taken note of and nominated. The award ceremony will take place on December 29, 2012 at Hotel Ivoire in Abidjan. Cameroonians should vote and vote if they want our colours to fly boldly in Cote d’Ivoire come award day. Congrates to our four nominees and courage to the disappointed. Who amongst all these Cameroonian nominees return with a Kora award like Macase in 2003?


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September
15

Charlotte Dipanda gripped the interest of all Cameroonians with her soul-searching song ''Coucou' off her new LP ''Dube l'am'' . Even kids in the streets could chant  the lyrics of her song. She takes us to another twist ,  a mouth-watering and exquisite collaboration with internationally acclaimed bassist and vocalist Richard Bona onHow To Read A Man – Converting Like Gangbusters: #800000;”> ''Bodimbea''. Simply irresistible !

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April
30

Cameroonian sweetheart Charlotte Dipanda has been making waves again in recent weeks. Musically,she featured on the track “One love” by Shareem and her vocal input is surely going to create buzz around this particular track. This is the first time people are going to hear her silky voice in a hiphop song. Otherwise, she has been putting her star power to work by supporting good causes. She was present at the official launching ceremony of the Maison de l’enfance” project which is intended to build a structure for children. This is upon the initiative of the Yaounde Rotary Club. The launching ceremony took place at the Djeuga Palace Hotel in Yaounde. Her presence  surely  added  extra colour to the event because that lady glows like an angel. Who said beauty and talent couldn’t be friends. Enjoy the “One love” track below.


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February
21

Cameroonian sweetheart Charlotte Dipanda is going to keep her promise. Just as she promised last December during the launch of her musical composition “Dube l ‘am” she will be in Cameroon this March for a series of concerts. This time around she will be accompanied by her entire band. Two live concerts have been slated: March 1 at Douala Bercy and March 3 at the Conference Centre in Yaounde. Since featuring alongside greats like Jeannot Hens in the song “Ndando“, the artist has built an impressive resumé this far working alongside world music powerhouses like Lokua Kanza,Manu Dibango and a string of others. With two albums to her name,the sultry singer is etching her name near others like Angelique Kidjo and Sally Nyolo. Her legend is slowly and steadily taking shape. During a performance at the “Promote” expo ,she moved a grown man to tears with her song “Na nde” . You can witness that surreal moment in the video below. Those wishing to attend the March concerts should remember:VIP ticket = 20,000 frs. The others cost  10 and 5,000 frs. respectively. Yeah,great music doesn’t come cheap.


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December
10

After the release of her second album ‘Dube l’am’ –’ ma foi’ in the french appellation (my faith),  diva  Charlotte Dipanda has decided to come closer to the Cameroonian population granting them the opportunity to savour her music home first for charity begins at home. She will be offering two spectacular concerts in the cities of Yaounde and Douala on the 9th and 10th of this month at Cabaret la Taniere and Cabaret H as from 8pm respectively. The singer who does a mixture of acoustic and traditional jazz using the Duala, Bakala and French languages to come out with sensational soft melodies uses Dube L’am to express her beliefs, emotions and a much more mature faith than in ‘Mispa’ her debut album with features  from  Congo’s Lokua Kanza in ‘Kumb’élolo’, Cameroon’s Richard Bona in ‘Bodimbea’ and Jacob Devarieux in ‘We nde ndja’. Wow ! what a rich combination for Dube L’am !


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December
6

Sultry singer, Charlotte Dipanda has returned to the limelight with a brand new album entitled “Dube l’am”. The official presentation took place yesterday.The 14 -track album,by her own admission,is a vast exploration of  diverse rhythms and instruments.It includes two duets,one of which is with Kassav front-man,Jacob Devarieux. Fans of the singer should be patient,as the promotional tour will begin early next year.After having entertained and thrilled since her duets with Jeannot Hens before going solo,this album will surely be another treat for lovers of  music drenched in acoustics and soulfulness.


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