Batch Gueye sings the traditional music of the Senegalese Baye Fall with a soulful voice, magically bringing the heart of West-Africa to you.
In November 2012 Batch's song M'Beugel has won the World Music Network's Battle of the Bands competition with a landslide public vote. After an EP and a debut album, Ndirarigne, Batch is now back with his much longed after second album. The album (2017) is called Xamle meaning Storyteller in his native Wolof.
Vocal chanting / Dancing / Drumming
Apart from being a talented musician, Batch is a price winning dancer and a vocal chanting master. Book Batch for group workshops in traditional West-African dancing, vocal chanting and drumming. Dance performances for special events with Batch's Dance Group Sabar Family can also be booked. Follow the link below for contact information.
Incorporating a mixture of African dance styles Batch Gueye will have you MOVING, Feeling FIT and HAVING FUN!! A perfect introduction for those who have never danced African styles before and a great weekly workout for all the experienced dancers out there. No need to book you can just drop in. £10 per class. Wilder Studios in Bristol.
The album has a deeper societal message and a different composition of West-African and Western instruments than Batch's first album.
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The song "Poor" is the opening track of Batch Gueye's new album "Xamle" (The Storyteller). Click and listen below. Lyrics available on Youtube.