Inna Modja, wife of the heart plural talents !
Soul pop singer from Mali, Inna Modja is, for the fourth consecutive year, the face of Mizani. The mark of the group Oréal out a new line: “Fiberfyl” that repairs and strengthens hair textured, curly, curly and frizzy, from root to tip. It is with thanks that the successful singer lends his image again and puts her beauty in the service of the advertising campaign for the new range. Inna Modja is also an artist, who returns after two years of touring, with a third album, “Motel Bamako” whose first single, “That’s life” is available from June 18 The young woman involved is a true citizen of the world. She does not hesitate to put his talent to a good cause. Thus it creates the song, “La Valse Marylore” and participated in the short film of the same name that aired on March 8 on the occasion of International Women’s Day. She plays alongside Marylore many personalities from all walks of life. Goal? Denounce violence against women. The singer is also Ambassador for AMREF (Stand Up For African Mothers), one of whose aims is to train by 2015, more than 5,000 midwives in sub-Saharan Africa. FP (Women in plural) is a party to meet the multi-talented singer. Meeting.
3 questions to Inna Modja
FP: As Egeria Mizani, you play “all Mizani beauties.” What does this mean for you?
Inna Modja: First, it is a lot of pressure (laughs). No, seriously, I think I represent most modern working woman. I see myself as a “working-girl” that is good about yourself and that’s why I’m beautiful.
FP: You are using wigs and weaves, what do you say to those who reproach you an adversarial attitude in your approach to natural woman?
IM: I think people tend to forget that I am a face or representation in one of my clips. And it’s not always me. Yes, I put a wig when I’m on tour because it’s convenient and I have neither the time nor the energy to sit down and take care of my hair. I’m not ashamed either to weaving, I assume the same. It’s my head and I can do what I want.
FP: What would you say to women who read World Women in Plural on a subject dear to your heart ?
IM: I tell them to first be aware of their value, to believe in it and not sell out. They must meet before they respect others. Women have so much to give: we are women, mothers, wives, workers. So many facets that add to our value.
By Mistoura Yessoufou.