#CDouxDeh, the very new song of the French rapper of Malian origin was available on social networks some hours ago. This new single of the artist that marked his return after a short absence on the musical scene, gathered artists of international fame as Soprano, the French rapper or Leck, the French of Moroccan origin. The Ivory Coast comedian Gohou Michel, star of the television series “Ma famille” appeared in the video clip.
On his Facebook account, Mokobé declared that the incomes of this new single will be put back for the charity aid “One meal for all” of S.O.W. association (Smiles for the Orphans in the World). The information was confirmed by the profitable organization that appreciated the action of artist.
Born on 24th May 1981 of a Malian father, Mokobé, of his real name Mokobé Traoré, was a founding member of the 113 group with Rim’K and AP before launching himself into a solo adventure. In 2007, he brought out “Mon Afrique” in Abidjan with the cooperation of David Tayorault. Two years after his first album, Moboké was raised to the Chevalier of the National Order of Mali. Africa Forever, his second album came out in 2011 after several singles as Belek mec or 50 FCFA.
Original text by: Roger ADZAFO