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            [field24] => Elsa Romagny
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Maya Kamaty - Kreol Urban Pop
Maya Kamaty - Kreol Urban Pop

Maya Kamaty

Kreol Urban Pop

The Reunionese singer has stayed the course she set when she started out: giving Creole the trappings of a universal language to assert her musical expression and carry her commitments high.

Fiery and tenacious are the first words that come to mind when listening to Maya Kamaty's limpid, inhabited voice.
In 2014, she set the scene for her new album, a bridge between the Maloya of her beloved island and modern pop, between the desire to let her roots take root and bathe them in contemporary sounds. Her first album, Santié Papang (2014), was a success, being named "Coup de cœur" by the Académie Charles Cros. With it, she toured the globe: from India to Australia via Morocco, South Africa, Canada, South Korea and China.

Maya then decided to move away from the acoustic folk of her first album and develop her music further. The result was Pandiyé, released in 2018. With the help of producer Victor Vagh (Flavia Coelho), Maya and her band found the right balance between organic and electronic.

With the album Sovaz, released in February 2024, Maya's music took a distinctly urban turn. She goes off on a tangent, doesn't smooth things over, composes syncopated music, sings lyrics of deep rage that she expels in a breath that is typical of the urgency of the street. Sovaz evokes a raw, unpolished, even insolent side to her, a transgressive attitude to life.

Territory World

Booking

  • Leila Chaibeddra
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Concerts

  • 18 Jul 24
    Maya

    Festival de Thau 2024
    Mèze, France

  • 19 Jul 24
    Maya

    Chez Alriq, Bordeaux
    Bordeaux, France

  • 26 Jul 24
    Maya

    Mini village Olympique, Villeneuve La Garenne
    Saint Denis, France

  • 27 Jul 24
    Maya

    Sfinks Festival 2024
    Boechout, Belgium

  • 4 Aug 24
    Maya

    Reggae Sun Ska 2024
    Vertheuil, France

  • 12 Oct 24
    Maya

    Fiesta des Suds 2024
    Marseille, France

  • 18 Oct 24
    Maya

    La Source
    Fontaine, France

  • 30 Nov 24
    Maya

    Tissé Métisse 2024
    Nantes, France