Side A: Carried by a tense guitar riff and incisive rhythm, A son magni evokes the bad character of his fiancee. For Cisse, a song must always convey a message. A song is not great but the content is according to a Bambara proverb. The song has been reedited by Voodoocuts and approved by Abdoulaye Cisse himself.
Side B: In a modernist afrobeat vein, the dazzling Aw ye douba keis at the crossroads of two decades. As he says: The great men are gone, our world is adrift because we've lost our virtues and our knowledge of how to be. Nothing is certain, we must show solidarity and consideration when thinking about the future. I speak of all those who have been at the root of independence and given Africa its freedom.