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Born into a family of musicians, guitarists and pianists, and marked by the strong influence of her mother, an artist, choreographer and stage director, SELBE DIOUF, or rather SisterLB as her colleagues in the Hip Hop world like to call her, came into contact with urban music at a very early age, through Positive Black Soul, Diam’s, Missy Elliott and Bahamadia, among others.

Sister LB has established herself as the voice of Africa, with lyrics that challenge and question the difficult conditions of African women, social injustice, the education of girls, but also politics and the problems of Africa in all its purity and splendor. Beyond denouncing and castigating, the artist also knows how to rejoice in social achievements, in the chance that certain communities have to live in perfect harmony and in accordance with the legacy of our ancestors.