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“Pala pala woman” Bikutsi super diva Mani Bella just dropped the visuals of her brand new song titled “Stop”. The video was directed by Mr Adrenaline.

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Mani Bella is the new buzzing name Cameroon .The Paris-based Bikutsi sensation is back with a sizzling single titled Palapala woman off her new album FACE A FACE ; J’en suis très ravie, je suis très très contente de constater que tout le monde est Pala Pala (rire) ; disons que je ne m’attendais pas à un retour aussi grandiose, le public adhère beaucoup et c’est un sentiment de grande satisfaction. She told The song is currently on  Top 20 African hits countdown on Trace Africa .


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Bikutsi diva Mani Bella has added a second video to her credit. “Pousse la vie” is the title of the star-studded video that includes other bikutsi stars like 2ki tu, Manu Killer and others. Her first video “Kongossa” signalled her arrival on the music scene. The 2011 winner of Festi-Bikutsi’s female artist of the year award is sure trying to live up to the expectations  that her art has raised. Going by what bikutsi artists have been forcing down our ears, this song is an exception as the artist sings about  the trappings of  life and calls on people to work hard. However, we must equally say that it is still too long -6 minutes 44 seconds. Why can Cameroonian artists not spare themselves the stress of investing almost 7 minutes in one song when they can spin two from that same amount of time. See for yourselves.

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After entertaining the Yaounde public, the 2011 version of the cultural jamboree known as Festi-bikutsi closed its doors  with an award ceremony. Mani bella was crowned best female bikutsi artist of the year. Music duo Les 2 Ki  Tu walked home with the best new male artist award while Letis Diva got the award in the female category. Other winners were  Biberon Cerveau for best foreign-based artist, Odilon Masso for best stage performance and Amazone Mintsa got the public’s choice award. The 13 edition of the festival ended with award for  male artist of the year not being given  for the lack of a  deserving nominee.

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