Get latest Camer Vibes in your inbox   Delivered by FeedBurner
August
30

Hey people, we announced the release of Yannick Noah’s brand new album titled ”Frontieres’. Here is the video of ”Angela” extracted from the 13 track album. The song is a tribute to Angela Davis, who was an American civil rights activist .

Savour this moment!


Related Posts

August
27

23rd August was the day, Yannick Noah unveiled his brand new LP titled ” Frontieres” . Hmm! His multi-colored album cover design was done by Marrko. The 13 track album comprises  ”Ma pomme”, which evokes  move of artists in New York 2008, ‘No One’s Land’, which speaks of illegal immigrants, ”Angela”, his first single, a tribute to Angela Davis, a pioneer of the civil rights movement in the United States ,  ”On ne veut plus jouer” , Frontieres  , ”Ca me Regarde’  the second single from his seventh album  and more beautiful rhythms.

“I talk about the borders that exist and those that do not exist,” he told Femina magazine. “How does it happen if there were no such barriers, those walls? We have the right to dream when we make songs.”

Note that Yannick Noah will also deliver a special concert next September 25 at the Stade de France in Saint-Denis, in the framework of a tour planned to showcase his new album to his fans.


Related Posts

May
27

Yannick Noah is currently preparing his 8th studio EP which will be released on August 23rd 2010. This Noah saga started with the release of his brand new single ”Angela” on April 30th which is one of the songs to feature on the album. He shall be having a series of concerts starting in September 25th at Stade de France.

Angela is an ode dedicated to the human right activist, Angela Davis. The singer gives a vivid testimony of  the civil rights  struggle of blacks in America in the 1960s. Angela is also an evocation of an America that voted for a black person to be president of the country 40 years later.

The Franco-Cameroonian is now based in New York with his son, NBA star Joachim Noah.

Enjoy!!

Angela


Related Posts