Aya Nakamura, the pop queen of all records, has the world dancing with hits like 'Djadja' and 'Jolie nana' and is the most listened to French artist in the world.
Born in Bamako, Mali, Aya Danioko grew up in Aulnay-sous-Bois, surrounded by music.
Popular and universal, her songs, which make Rihanna and Madonna dance, are first and foremost written from the point of view of a woman, for women.
Aya Nakamura is a symbol of success. A model of empowerment, too. Through her attitude, and especially through her songs, the artist displays an autonomy, a strength, as if nothing could get to her.