After Imamoul Mounty Releases “Human Rights”, He Will Deliver Handicap Supplies To The Disabled In Africa
WRITTEN BY: Regula Rebel
Imamoul Mounty, the Belgium-based Senegalese is finally through with the preparation of his twenty-track debut album dubbed “Human Rights” and he is ready to release it before mid year.
Off his pre-release plan, Mounty will push out seven promo singles before the album’s full release on 3rd July.
The twenty tracks on Imamoul Mounty’s “Human Rights” album gather up on a list as:
1. Allahou Merci
3. O Yehi
4. Dans La Place
5. My Faty
7. No Drogue
12. So Much
13. Politique et Religion
14. Mama Nature
15. Mame Bamba
17. Africans Up
19. Ma Axi
20. Out Of Nowhere
Human Rights” was co-produced by Imamoul Mounty, Docteur Ronny and Vincent Dumon (Jah Guintji). All of Out Of Nowhere, Mounty’s band.
The auto-producer Imamoul Mounty cleverly builds his beats using authentic world music elements and he always comes up with a powerful African rhythm finish on each beat.
When Mounty affects his Afro-Carib vocal flair and works around a unique world musical novelty, he delivers a beautiful modern era style that is very pleasing to the ears.
As a staunch charity advocate, Imamoul Mounty has plans to ship handicap supplies to a select-few African countries to aid in the welfare care of the disabled. Mounty has targeted Ghana, Cote D’Ivoire, Mali, Burkina Faso and others.