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  • Mosaiques - Revista Cultural de Camerún

    Cameroonian born musician, Justin Tchatchoua lives in Spain since many years. Like some great country men (Vincent Nguini, Mekongo Président, Nkodo Si Tony, Jack Djeyim), he left his country for Nigeria where he released a single untitled 'Love me the way I do'. A single produced by Rogers All Stars. With 900.000 copies sold there and in Africa, he started going on tour with famous artists like Enrique Urquijo, Papa Wemba, The Waylers, etc. In this interview, he accepted to open his heart and to talk about his music, his researches in the field of music and the projects he is preparing for Cameroon and Africa.

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  • Sí se puede - El periódico de la integración

    En medio de la marea de gente que abandonó su país de origen, llegaron talentos de todo tipo. Los músicos y artistas también integran ese 10 por ciento de población inmigrante que encalló en la Península y sueña con días prósperos. Justin Tchatchoua, nacido en el oeste de Camerún, niño prodigio de la música, es uno de esos rostros.

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  • SUMMER  IN  EUROPE; From Jazz to Fusion, Late and Live in Madrid - The New York Times

    It's 11 p.m. in the Plaza del Ángel in Madrid, and the strains of a jazz sax solo can be heard seeping through the plate­glass windows of Café Central. Inside, couples and small groups huddle around the 20 or so tables set amid mirrored pillars that seem to multiply the ambience without blocking the view of the stage.

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