• Senegal: Cote d’Ivoirian reggae singer banned in Senegal

    NEWS ##PagePublishedLong## Senegal: Côte d’Ivoirian reggae singer banned in Senegal Reggae singer Tiken Jah Fakoly from Côte d’Ivoire was declared ‘persona non grata’ in Senegal in December 2007, after critizing Senegal’s president and calling for democracy. The Senegales authorities described his declarations on President Abdoulaye Wade and his critique of the rising corruption and maladministration […]
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    NEWS ##PagePublishedLong## C Two musicians, Fadal Dey and Lago Paulin, alleged on 22 May 2010 that Côte d’Ivoire’s national television station has refused to air their popular music because it contains social and political commentary. The newspaper L’Expression quotes musicians Fadal Dey and Lago Paulin as saying that their ‘subversive’ music is seen as critical […]
  • Freemuse: Tiken Jah Fakoly recoit Freemuse Award

    NOUVELLES ##PagePublishedLong## Freemuse:Artiste de reggae reçoit Freemuse Award 2008 Tiken Jah Fakoly a reçu le prix Freemuse Award sur la scène pendant son concert au Festival of World Cultures à Dublin, l’Irlande le 23 août 2008. “Il faut continuer de questionner la corruption en Afrique”, disait-il pendant une interview avec Freemuse en connexion avec l’événement. […]
  • Radio Freemuse: ‘Music censorship in Africa 2008’

    RADIO FREEMUSE 27 February 2008 Music censorship in Africa today This 15 minutes radio report is produced specifically for African radio stations that wish to inform their listeners about music censorship – for instance on the occasion of the global Music Freedom Day on 3 March Introduction to the programme (suggestion)“If you listen carefully the next […]
  • Press release: Freemuse Award to Tiken Jah Fakoly

    PRESS RELEASE##PageSearchDescription## ##PagePublishedLong## Exiled Côte d’Ivorian reggae singer receives award to acknowledge fight for freedom of expression Press conference on 22 August:A press conference will be held in Dublin to mark the acceptance by outspoken Côte d’Ivorian reggae singer Tiken Jah Fakoly of the first ever Freemuse Award. Tiken Jah Fakoly, Maria Korpe of Freemuse and […]
  • Freemuse: Video interview avec Tiken Jah Fakoly

    TIKEN JAH FAKOLYMusicien (Côte d’Ivoire)  ##PagePublishedLong## Freemuse a interviewé Tiken Jah Fakoly en connection avec la cérémonie du prix Freemuse Award 2008. La cérémonie a eu lieu pendant son concert au Festival of World Cultures à Dublin, Irlande.Interview par Ole Reitov, le 23 août 2008. 1. Dans ce premier clip Tiken Jah Fakoly parle du rôle […]
  • China/Cote d’Ivoire/Myanmar/Burma: ‘An Independent Mind’

    FILM 22 September 2008 Burma / China / Côte d’IvoireFilm with Freemuse Award winner Tiken Jah Fakoly, who received the Freemuse Award 2008, is one of the main characters in a new documentary film, ‘An Independent Mind’ — about freedom of speech and how far individuals in different countries will go in order to preserve […]
  • Tiken Jah Fakoly

    ARTISTS ON CENSORSHIP 04 September 2008 Côte d’Ivoire:Interview with Tiken Jah Fakoly By Ole Reitov Wimpy Wasp Player Transcription of the full interview When was the first time that you realised that your music could be dangerous to the policy makers? I think it was in 1999. I did an album which title was ‘Cours […]
  • Freemuse: Award ceremony in Dublin

    NEWS 25 August 2008 Freemuse:Award ceremony in Dublin          Wimpy Wasp Player Tiken Jah Fakoly received the Freemuse Award on stage at the Festival of World Cultures in Dublin, Ireland, on 23 August 2008. “We have to continue questioning corruption and poverty in Africa,” he told Freemuse in an interview in connection with the event. […]
  • Freemuse Award to Tiken Jah Fakoly

    FREEMUSE AWARD 20 August 2008 Exiled reggae singer from West Africa awardedThe first Freemuse Award is given to Tiken Jah Fakoly from Côte d’Ivoire. The award will be presented to him in connection with his Ireland debut concert at the Festival of World Cultures in Dublin on Saturday 23 August 2008. Tiken Jah Fakoly is […]
  • Fadal Dey

    FADAL DEY(Côte d’Ivoire) ##PagePublishedLong## Fadal Dey is currently one of the rising stars of reggae music in Africa. His concerts attract thousands of admirers. In this interview he speaks about music censorship in Côte d’Ivoire and West Africa, as he experienced it concerning his song ‘Bat Government’.  Wimpy Wasp Player Flash Player upgrade required Fadal Dey […]
  • Video interviews from the 3rd Freemuse World Conference

    | Start page | Media coverage | Speakers | Programme | Photos |  3rd FREEMUSE WORLD CONFERENCE ON MUSIC AND CENSORSHIP VIDEO INTERVIEWSfrom the conference in Istanbul, 25-26 November 2006 Fadal Dey – singer from Côte d’Ivoire Grup Yorum – music group from Turkey Jason Carter – British guitarist about Saudi Arabia Jeroen de Kloet – Dutch researcher about China Mario Masvidal – professor from […]
  • Speakers of the 3rd Freemuse World Conference

    | Start page | Media coverage | Programme | Photos | Video interviews |  3rd FREEMUSE WORLD CONFERENCEON MUSIC AND CENSORSHIP SPEAKERS AND MODERATORS Andy Fuller (Australia)Andy Fuller was born in 1977 in Melbourne, Australia. He completed his Master of Arts in 2004 at University of Melbourne. His thesis studied the politically subversive literature of […]
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