Editors’ Notes With its pithy denunciation of a man that has been spreading lies about her, "Djadja"—the first single from Aya Nakamura's sophomore album—is as much a symbol of female empowerment as it is measure of Nakamura's chart-busting success. With its punchy Afrobeats and melodic R&B, NAKAMURA offers additional delights: the tropical "Copines" builds an unlikely rhythmic chorus around her shaming of lecherous men, "Ça fait mal" enlists dubby bass for her story of a break-up and the pacey "Dans ma bulle" flowers into an anthem of independence.

SONG
La dot
1
3:21
 
Djadja
2
2:51
 
Pompom
3
3:10
 
Copines
4
2:51
 
Pookie
5
3:00
 
Ça fait mal
6
2:33
 
Faya
7
2:46
 
Gangster
8
3:08
 
Sucette (feat. Niska)
9
2:47
 
Whine Up
10
3:18
 
Gang (feat. Davido)
11
3:30
 
Dans ma bulle
12
2:37
 
Oula
13
2:38
 

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