FELY TCHACO might be one of the Bay Area's best-kept musical secrets, but not for much longer. Her highly anticipated new album YITA (DEEP WATER), set for release on International Women's Day 2021, marks the fifth full-length album from FELY TCHACO on which she explores themes of migration, human trafficking, and calls for social justice and the end of police brutality against civilians. The title track "Yita" was inspired by her 2016 humanitarian trip to bear witness to Syrian refugee camps in Greece, and the album is dedicated to African and Middle Eastern migrants who lost their lives crossing the Mediterranean Sea. YITA (DEEP WATER) is a positive, inclusive celebration of cultural diversity and black joy, where FELY TCHACO offers an uplifting vision of immigrant triumph and African excellence.
FELY TCHACO might be one of the Bay Area's best-kept musical secrets, but not for much longer. Her highly anticipated new album YITA (DEEP WATER), set for release on International Women's Day 2021, marks the fifth full-length album from FELY TCHACO on which she explores themes of migration, human trafficking, and calls for social justice and the end of police brutality against civilians. The title track "Yita" was inspired by her 2016 humanitarian trip to bear witness to Syrian refugee camps in Greece, and the album is dedicated to African and Middle Eastern migrants who lost their lives crossing the Mediterranean Sea. YITA (DEEP WATER) is a positive, inclusive celebration of cultural diversity and black joy, where FELY TCHACO offers an uplifting vision of immigrant triumph and African excellence.
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Format: CD
Label: FELY
Rel. Date: 03/05/2021
UPC: 888295982184

YITA (Deep Water)
Artist: Fely Tchaco
Format: CD
New: Available $12.98
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1. Ato Lagoh
2. Cawe Yoko
3. Blamer Les Autres
4. Djebi Dje
5. Do Afe
6. Zaouli
7. Zante
8. Yita
9. It's Never Too Late 1
10. Tile Tete 1
11. Kubeli

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FELY TCHACO might be one of the Bay Area's best-kept musical secrets, but not for much longer. Her highly anticipated new album YITA (DEEP WATER), set for release on International Women's Day 2021, marks the fifth full-length album from FELY TCHACO on which she explores themes of migration, human trafficking, and calls for social justice and the end of police brutality against civilians. The title track "Yita" was inspired by her 2016 humanitarian trip to bear witness to Syrian refugee camps in Greece, and the album is dedicated to African and Middle Eastern migrants who lost their lives crossing the Mediterranean Sea. YITA (DEEP WATER) is a positive, inclusive celebration of cultural diversity and black joy, where FELY TCHACO offers an uplifting vision of immigrant triumph and African excellence.