Bakala Martin Net

(Chériff Bakala)
  • Male
  • country
  • Congo
  • disciplines
  • Singing, rap, slam, acting, writing
  • languages
  • lingala
  • born on 07.06.1985
  • in Kingoue, Congo Brazzaville
  • lives in Paris, France

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Born on 1985 in Kingoue, Congo Brazzaville, Chériff Bakala, really named Martin Net Bakala, is a writer, slammer, actor and singer. He starts his career with music but he also starts linking the theater world and becomes interested in dance. He creates “documentary” musical shows: Martin Luther King, apôtre de la non-violence (2012), Sony la bombe à hydrogène on the writing of Sony Labou Tansi (2015) and Viva Mandela on the fight of Nelson Mandela (2017). He was part of the music bands Légitime brigade (hip-hop) and FB Stars (folksong). Forced to leave his country, he is in France since 2019. He is a member of the agency of artists in exile.