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Djoumassi :  Colé colé

Hardly any information could be found about Djoumassi dit Hansi Bonkoyo. The two song available on YouTube come from his album Dimachi du Niger.

More popular music
Bouraima Disko, video still from 'Dondon ga waani'
Bouraima Disko
Djoumassi dit Hansi Bonkoyo, video still from 'Colé colé'
Idi Sarki, video still form 'Man ni go?'
Idi Sarki
Mali Yaro, video still from 'Walambandi'
Mali Yaro
Moussa Poussi, video still from 'Tireye' Moussa Poussi
First verse of song [1]
Djoumassi kaa, a go ga kay  
Djoumassi ga kay. a go ga hen  
Djoumassi, ifo se ni go ga hen?  
Hay, ifo no nooru ay go ga si  
Way iyo iye a mana zuru  
Ya wa mo no adaasa a no na wa  
Ay mo mo si da no n´a wi, ga ba day  
copa cole cole wa maasa  
copa cole cole wa dita  
[1] the transcription and/or translation may contain errors, please contact me for corrections.
One other video is available on YouTube.
  Djoumassi, Seyni Kountché
Seyni Kountché

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Rain dance, still from video
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