The album « Sweet & Tuff » evokes the turbulences of life, sometimes harsh sometimes softer. Human conditions in African make Puppa Lëk Sèn sing, his music is engaged and genuine. Like a missionary, he continues to transmit Rasta culture to new generations.
This album reserves two new featurings! The first with Ilements, this Reggaeman from Sint-Marteen, and the second with the legendary Cédric MYTON of the Congos.
Puppa Lëk Sèn has enjoyed a lot, let’s hope the feeling will spread!
Since 2007 and the RFI Finales where he is spot at with his rap and hip hop band “SSK”, Puppa Lek Sèn has had a distinguished solo career, with the release of “Burn” his 1st solo album in 2010, “Tomorrow” and “Hope Inna Afreeka” in 2013, and “Jaam Dong” in 2014.
This Senegalese artist with a husky, powerful and masculine voice, revealed at several occasions and Internationally praised by the critics of Reggae and World Music, will definitely continue to make speak of him…
Album in collaboration with Coco Roots (Beatmaker), Christophe LAXENAIRE (Keyboard), Laurent PENA VIEIRA (Drums), Vi-Avelino (Guitar), Skunky Skanky (Guitar), Valess (Bass guitar), Makéda (Chorus), Ilements and Cédric MYTON of the Congos.
Production: JAHSEN CREATION.
Photos : JAHSEN CREATION
Graphs : Coco Roots
2 PIRATES (feat Cédric MYTON des Congos)
3 DOY NA WAAR
4 SWEET & TUFF
5 ALAP REBEL
6 KEEP YOUR HEAD UP
8 RASTA TIME (feat ILEMENTS)
10 DEM A MURDERER
11 EQUAL RIGHTS & JUSTICE
12 I DON’T CARE
In “Alap Rebel”: Puppa Lëk sèn talks to the children who did not follow the path of their parents and suffer from daily jugdements
Dem a Murderer: Puppa Lëk Sèn talks about the people who have become cannibals in Centrafrica,
Sweet & Tuff: A song about the freedom of expression of artists.
Free: He interrogates Africans about their willingness to get free,
Pirates: a featuring with Cédric Myton (they denounce lootings of natural resources in Africa and the manipulations from leaders. This song encourages people not to let looting continue, and to fight against corruption. One flag)
Rasta Time: a Featuring with Ilements, they translate moments of joy « Life is hard, but Rastaman always takes the time to celebrate life with a good bass guitar line to forget their problems »,
Sudan: A song dedicated to children in Sudan with the hope of raising public awareness about their forgotten cause!