“Cheikh Ndoye is an innovator on the bass with familiar flavors of Jaco Pastorius nuances. His musical personality is interspersed with accents of tonal slips and slides that compliment the
musical conversations”, Jaijai Jackson, THE JAZZ NETWORK.
Mamadou Séne is a Senegalese Riiti player, singer, songwriter and storyteller. He left Senegal in 1989 for Sweden where he resides today conducting projects between Sweden and Senegal. As a teenager he learned to play Riiti an African stringed instrument. He sings in Fulah, Wolof and Sereer. He’s never been to a dance school but rather developed his dance skills as a natural continuation of his musical talent.
Xuman , who was born in Ivory Coast , grew up in Senegal . He began writing his first texts texts in the red light district of FASS , ease of writing allowed him to build friendships with members of Positive Black Soul (PBS). With Pee Froiss he had to participate in several major musical events both in Senegal and abroad and he has collaborated with several artists from here and elsewhere as Didier Awadi , the Nubians and many others.