33 nations, 33 cultures, 33 languages and in common: Creole.
The musical group Cobiana Jazz used Creole for political and social reasons and with the aim of mobilizing society to support the struggle for freedom.
For the first time, the Guinean heard a song that gave voice to their social concerns and in a language that everyone could understand.
In 1973, the Declaration of Independence led to an unfinished process: making Creole the official language of Guinea-Bissau. It is with the same aim that today the so-called new generation of musicians struggles together with other cultural movements.