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Joyce N’sana is a Congolese song writer, composer, performer born in Brazzaville from musicians parents. From a young age she showed a promising artistic talent singing gospel in church and discovering her gift tor drawing during some painting class.
At 18 years old she found herself in France for her studies where she got the chance to sings at “la fête de la musique”, in some charity events and other concerts. In Québec in 2010 she discovered Montreal, it’s surrounding and it’s art. She took part in contest like “Cégep en spectacle”, did many concerts and recorded with a few local artists. She cultivates her talent days after days and love to travel, discover and learn from all her experiences.
Her music and her sweet voice, tinted with a soul flavor, is a mix of gospel, reggae, jazz and of what she calls “AfroBluHop”, referring to the group Waliyann and to her African roots. We have to mention that Joyce sings in different language like Lingala, Lari (two language from central Africa), English, French and Creole.
Still in her biginings, she strave to learn. She preach unconditional love, the pride of who you are, forgivness and the strenght to say no to evil and yes to good. She talks about the realities of this world in her “ghetto-roots” patois and her multilanguage word play. She talks about balance because she gives and receives.
In her words she’s telling you:
“Deke-deke nsonso nkele ka yiyuluka ko” (“Goodness doesn’t fade away”)