A type of Senegalese popular music derived from a combination of traditional Wolof drumming patterns and Cuban popular music.
- It had no sleevenotes, a token shot of mbalax (modernised traditional Wolof) drumming, and a single dancefloor hit.
- She is stirring up a potent stew, her Mexican folk stock infused with pinches of dub reggae, Senegalese mbalax and Indian classical sliding.
- Over the past two decades his output has ranged from the driving Senegalese style, mbalax, through to dodgy western-influenced ballads.
Wolof, literally 'rhythm'.
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