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WAGA 3000 - WAGA 3000 mp3 flac

  • Singer: WAGA 3000
  • Album: WAGA 3000
  • MP3: 1225 mb | FLAC: 1630 mb
  • Released: 2012
  • Style: Conscious
  • Rating: 4.3/5
  • Votes: 589
WAGA 3000 - WAGA 3000 mp3 flac

Waga 3000 is a fusion of the MC’s Art Melody and Joey le Soldat from Burkina Faso and french beatmaker DJ Form. The two Rappers tell us about the difficulties of everyday life for the youth in Burkina like unemployment, corruption and poverty. Dj Form delivers the appropriate electronic hiphop beats. Check the Video the first Single here: download a freebie here: and prelisten the rest of the album here: This might be also fun to read: Las Penas Alegres (Electrochalupa) Petrona Martinez &.

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Tracks count: 10. Views: 3. Waga 3000 - Oub Paama Tond 05:39. Waga 3000 - Dal Fo Yikin Bao 03:59. Waga 3000 - Wilika Djo 03:27.


1 Dal Fo Yikin Bao 3:39
2 Sak Sin Paode 4:36
3 Wilika Djo 3:27
4 Chinafrique 1:27
5 Ouaga 3000 2:22
6 Voir Sombrer Ses Fils 4:03
7 Hip Hop Notre Choix 4:10
8 Zone de Turbulence 2:15
9 Koudoumbe 3:41
10 Oub Paama Tound 5:39


  • Producer – Dj Form (tracks: 1-10)
  • Rap – Art Melody (tracks: 1-10), Joey le Soldat (tracks: 1-10)


This project came to life when two Burkinabé MCs, Art Melody and Joey Le Soldat, met French beatmaker DJ Form.

The name of the group refers to the Ouaga 2000 development project, a luxurious neighborhood where the elite and businessmen congregate from all over West Africa, only steps away from the poor neighborhoods of Ouagadougou, the capital of Burkina Faso.

Boldly blending electronic music and hip hop, retrofuturistic, Waga 3000 mainly talks about the youth in Ouaga’s hoods, tired of living day to day without any future, deep into poverty, corruption and violence.

The two rappers of Waga 3000, by rapping on these electronic beats, also want to show that they are not prisoners of their culture, and like any artist, they can carry their heritage (Warba music) while projecting themselves into contemporary sounds. The vocals, recorded in Ouagadougou in two days, reflect the urgency of a critical situation in Africa, and a youth eager for change.

Without any real media relays, Waga 3000’s two rappers have become the spokesmen for the entire Burkinabé youth, students, shopkeepers, farmers and artists well and ready to “Remain strong and feisty” as the first track of the album suggests.