One of Congo’s finest artistes Fally Ipupa came through with a sensual offering he calls “Canne à Sucre” which means Sugarcane, barely a month ago. Judging by his status and talent, it is little surprise that four weeks in, “Canne à Sucre” is still very much one that you can’t get enough of.
Released after other favourably received bangers such as “École” (meaning, School), an ndombolo-style dance song which was a reminder to listeners to always remember to call on God. “Canne à Sucre”, however, sees the French-speaking artiste showing a different form of love.
And to match it, a well-choreographed music video was released, showing the multi awarding winning Congolese singer-songwriter, dancer, philanthropist, guitarist and producer put his suave on display, while in part, celebrating a rich African culture.
Indeed, the 8-minute long track seems not long enough as every second of it leaves a sweet taste that’s difficult to let go of, which is one of the charms of the 40-year old good-looking Congolese.
Enjoy this dope offering, which is another reminder of the amazing talents the African continent is blessed with. Simply stream, download and share your thoughts with us in the comment section below.