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 Artist 


Aya Nakamura
   
Number of songs: 6 | Total weeks on charts: 466
Appearing in a total number of: 39 charts | Total period running: 1384 days
Biography

Aya Danioko known as Aya Nakamura (born 10 May 1995 in Bamako, Mali) is a French R&B singer of Malian origin. Coming from a family of griots (West African storytellers, praise singers / poets of oiral tradition), she was the oldest of five siblings in her family. Immigrating to France with her family, she resided in Aulnay sous Bois. She followed fashion courses at La Courneuve. She later launched into music taking the name Nakamura, after the character Hiro Nakamura of the NBC Heroes science fiction drama series.

Nakamura published her music online with "Karma" and "J'ai mal" getting a lot of following. Dembo Camara, a long-time friend, became her producer and manager. Her song "Brisé" composed by Christopher Ghenda, garnered 13 million views on YouTube, and a duo with rapper Fababy "Love d'un voyou" resulted in her charting in France. She released her debut album with a number of collaborations. She also had a big concert at the Modibo-Keïta stadium in Bamako, where she opened for the American Nigerian star Davido.

Discography:
2017 - Journal Intime
Sources: Last.fm, Wikipedia


Aya Nakamura in the news
Afro Nation Portugal 2020 Announce Third Wave Of Artists (26/02/2020) Winners Of Music Moves Europe Talent Awards Revealed (21/11/2018)
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