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Zebu Nation
  • Artist: Razia Said
  • Label: Cumbancha
  • UPC: 890846001169
  • Item #: KOC600116
  • Genre: International
  • Release Date: 2/23/2010
  • Rank: 1000000000
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Price: $10.85

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Zebu Nation on CD

Singer and songwriter Razia Said's nomadic life has taken her across Africa to France, Italy, Ibiza, Bali and New York City, but despite these wanderings, her heart and soul remains inexorably tethered to Madagascar, the land of her birth. Seeking to raise awareness of the critical impact of slash and burn agriculture and climate change in Madagascar, New York-based singer Razia has created a stunning and moving album of original songs entitled Zebu Nation. Over the last few years, Razia has worked with a range of producers and musicians, such as Malagasy guitarist Dozzy Njava, accordionist Regis Gizavo and a number of top New York based musicians to craft Zebu Nation. Thanks to her intense attention to detail, strong sense of style and unwavering devotion to the craft of Malagasy music, Razia has created an exceptional album that will surely catapult her to great international renown. The album is part of the Cumbancha Discovery series which introduces exceptional emerging talents in international music. Now available in Australia, the album celebrates the wealth of Malagasy musical culture. 10% of the net profits from the sale of Zebu Nation will be used to plant trees in Madagascar.