Born in N'djamena, the Sahel zone of CHAD,
from a gospel singer mother & a passionated of classical guitar father,
Willy presents a special music with his roots from Moissala
(in the south of Chad), mixes the rhythms « Klaag » & « SAYE »
with Soul, Jazz & Gospel.
He sings in " MBAYE " his mother tongue and 8 other languages.
PROJECTS & BANDS
First solo album "MAMOSPA", internationally recorded between
Salvador da Bahia (Brazil) and Berlin (Germany), mixed / mastered in Berlin in collaboration with Steven Töteberg (Randy Crawford, Fury i.t.s, Audrey Motaung)
2015 - 2016 Tour through Europe and South America
Workshop "Desert Blues und Berliner Jazz im Dialog"
with Malian Tuareg blues musicians and German jazz men.
Musical Director: Prof. Peter Weniger, Jazz Institute Berlin
Initiator as representative of the 1st Training Seminary of
"Chantres Unis International“ in Niger with workshops:
Bass, Guitar, keyboard, vocal techniques, M.C etc.
Founder of the "Chantres Unis International“ in Niger
Bassist & arranger of the U.A.M Dioffo Campus Orchestra Niamey,
Arranger for artists like Yacouba Moumouni (Mammar Kassey), Isiah Shaka, KG2,
Mali Yaro, Ornela Waibi, Idi Sarki, Jhonel le Slammeur, Boubé Ardagalo, Tafadek, Fredygaz, Flavienne Bactar, Metaphor Crew in the studios Alpha Records, Fofo, Calebasse, Masaki, Kountché, Tafadek, Zo-Boss Muzik in Niger .
2009–2010 Guitarist of KIT MUSIC Jazz & Blues
with several concerts in Niamey / Niger
Founder of the Pan African Orchestra Mamospa Niamey /NIGER
with opening acts for YELEEN, DIDIER AWADI
Leading several groups of Gospel in N‘Djamena (Chad)
including: Chantres Unis du Tchad, Chorale "Bonne Nouvelle“,
Yohanna Musik, Higher ground, Brothers, Rehoboth, Trompete,
Train de l‘évangile, Filles de Dieu, Filles de Sion, artists such as:
Renta Victorine, Jonathan Dionlar, Allahidanan Manuel; Togyanouba Paul;
Emmanuel Ngaba ; Kédigui Abel ; Taryam Claire, Dee Prince,
Teddy Sunshine; Mbairo Patrice touring in Cameroon & Chad
Percussionist (Djembe), Choir of the Baptist Church, Abidjan RCI