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MINK'S AND TENOR MAINTAIN THE RELEASE OF THEIR ALBUMS ON THE DAY OF CABREL NANJIP'S FUNERAL


Already more than a month since the Cameroonian Comedian and Singer.


Cabrel Nanjip passed away. He was the victim of a serious traffic accident on the Douala-Yaoundé Road with his Lexus brand vehicle which collided with a speeding truck.


The announcement of the news plunged Cameroonian cultural actors into great sadness. As the circumstances dictate, tributes to the deceased, barely 33 years old, accompanied the tears. On the canvas, Cabrel Nanjip's favorite terrain, the tributes of his colleagues are multifaceted. While some remember happy experiences with the deceased, others have resolved to postpone their activities during the time of mourning. .like Charlotte Dipanda, who decided to postpone the visual and audio release of the highly anticipated “We don’t care”. vanister followed it up by also postponing the release of his song “Ma vie sera top.” Shiley, the author of the title "We laugh, you laugh" has also returned from his Ivorian tour.


But it seems that some did not feel concerned by the news since they decided to maintain their activities. These include Mink's and Tenor who have maintained the release of their albums which curiously coincides with the day of the Nyamton body lift.

Following this outing, questions arise: are they indifferent to the death of their colleagues? or did they plan to pay a monumental tribute to Cabrel through their albums, which is why they kept the release dates? The answer on July 21.


Be that as it may, the Cameroonian cultural world continues to lose its nuggets. It is appropriate to observe a time of mediation.



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