Interview and live performance
The African Master Drummer and Tigra Priest Aja Addy
said in his very last interview:
"It`s a poison ! When some people
can`t move, can`t dance, don`t smile.
That`s what Aja Addy had tried to
cure throughout his entire life, which ended for him in 2002 during one of his
regular tours in Japan.
Catch a vibe from the videos featuring a live performance
with him and family drummer Otou.
The video interview touches also Kofe
Anan, Ghana and other earthly subjects.
a medicine !
As soon as people can move, their smile comes
back and the poison goes.
Aja Addy can look back at the life of a
teacher, performer, dancer, drummer, who has given a lot too so many people, who
had endeavored the spirit of his music and performances mainly in Germany and
Japan, where he goes every summer.
In fact his hands look like flying and
So light and effortlessly expressing a highly relaxed state of
mind, that so many people are seeking in these days.
But somehow most of
them are not able to feel light at all as a result from their chosen lifestyle.