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From Kigali to the world: Kaya Byinshii’s regenerative sound

By France24
28 October 2022   |   4:34 pm
Her first record, "Nyabyinshi", called for self-love. Now, Rwandan singer-songwriter Kaya Byinshii is examining growth and regeneration on her first studio album, "Ukwiyuburura". Like a snake shedding its skin, Kaya tells us about her artistic evolution, from incorporating traditional Rwandan instruments into her practice to finding inspiration in a mythical queen.

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