“I sing to glorify my native language, my culture and my country. I am proud of being an African woman and I do my best to be as pure as gold and as black as Africa. I compose, I sing and I dance to preserve this purity and authenticity from all perversions that today threaten this culture which is a part of humankind”.
She writes strong and beautiful lyrics inspired by God as well as daily life. Her music is made of various rhythms: from bikutsi to bossa nova, through makossa, batanga, ekank, ekomot, mbalax and reggae, even highlife and pop. From her cabaret years she has retained a strong stage presence and the ability to adapt to any kind of musicians and audiences, which she experienced with great success in Europe and in USA.