Nder & le Setsima
(Senegal)

Djembe
Biography
Alioune Mbaye Nder was a singer of Lemzo Diamono, until he created his own group Le Setsima in 1995. Singer and composer Mbaye Nder is one of the proponents of the Boul Falé generation musicians, a generation of young people trying to get ahead without too much being bothered by traditions on the one hand and by lack of perspectives for young people, generally felt among the youth of Senegal. It is the generation that follows the one of Youssou Ndour and Baaba Maal.

Three cassettes were released in Senegal, « Aduna » (1995), « Lënëën » (1997), and « Aladji » (1998). A first CD, released internationally, presents a selection of songs from these three cassettes.

His popularity in Senegal is tremendous, outside of his country this is not the case, although he performed on numerous world music festivals throughout the world. An international break-through is yet to happen.


Alioune Mbaye Nder
Alioune Mbaye Nder 

Band members (around 1999):
Alioune Mbaye Nder (lead vocals)
Aïcha Koné, Mbene Seck (guest backing vocals)
Talla Seck, Lamine Touré (percussions)
Malick Diaw (guitar)
Saliou Ba (bass)
Ibou Tall, Elou Fall (keyboard)
Bassirou Mbaye (drums)
Ibou Konaté, Mor Sarr (brass).


Born: 1969
Style: Mbalax ("Boul Falé")



Discography
Title Year Label Remarks
Mbegël Rek 2014 Prince Arts CD
Confiance 2007 Afrique Productions Musique CD
Courage 2005 KSF Productions Cassette
Muchano 2003 KSF Productions Cassette
Lu Tax? 2002 KSF Productions Cassette
Takussaan à Dakar 2002 Africa Fête AFD006 Live recording
Live anniversaire vol. 2 2001 Cassette
Live anniversaire vol. 1 2001 Cassette
Super Thiof 2000 KSF Productions Cassette
Pansement 2000 Africa Fête AFD003/ Setsima Re-issue of the 1999 album (CD)
Nder & le Setsima Group 1999 World Connection WC 43010 CD
Aladji 1998 Setsima Group Production Cassette
Lënëën 1997 Setsima Production Cassette
Diapason vol. 2 1996 [not on label] Cassette
Diapason vol. 1 1996 [not on label] Cassette
Aduna 1995 PCS (Pyramide culturelle Studio 2000) Cassette

Sources
 
Page added July 2000