The French-Algerian singer, Samira Brahmia, made the most out of her showcase at Visa For Music on November 21st and her concert at the Backstage in Casablanca on November 23rd by presenting her new single “Mama”, the first track of her new album “Awa”.
A dance track with a deep message, Samira Brahmia likes to convey the message smoothly. With “Mama”, the first single from her latest album “Awa”, in partnership with TV5 Monde, the songwriter, performer, and guitarist pays tribute to mothers in general and to immigrant mothers in particular.
“I am talking about those mothers who have made a lot of sacrifices, who have not chosen immigration, who have suffered from it, who have given new generations to France and elsewhere. I wanted to break the clichés. Our old people are much more advanced in their heads in relation to knowledge, and difference than we are. It’s a tribute to all mothers, African mothers from North to South,” says Samira Brahmia on a song written by Magyd Cherfi.