Soum Bill

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Soum Bill (born Soumahoro Ben Mamadou in Aboisso, Côte d'Ivoire) is a popular Ivorian singer. His song "Gneze" is the official 2006 FIFA World Cup anthem for the national team of Côte d'Ivoire.[1] He is of mixed ethnicity: his mother is Agni, from Aboisso, while his father is Dioula, from Seguela.[2] He joined the group Mini Choc in 1989 and changed his name to Soum Bill. After leaving Mini Choc, he was in a band called Les Garagistes and is now in Les Salopards (English translation "The Bastards").

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  • Terres des hommes

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