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Radio in bambara language

Bambara is a language spoken mainly in Mali, West Africa, and it is also known as Bamanankan. It is the most widely spoken language in the country and is spoken by over 80% of the population. The Bambara language is part of the Manding branch of the Mande language family. The language has a rich tradition of oral literature, music, and poetry.

There are many popular musicians who use Bambara in their music. One of the most well-known is Salif Keita, who is often referred to as the "Golden Voice of Africa". Other popular musicians who use Bambara in their music include Amadou & Mariam, Toumani Diabate, and Oumou Sangare.

In terms of radio stations in Bambara, there are a number of options available. One of the most popular is Radio Bamakan, which is based in the capital city of Bamako. The station features a mix of news, music, and cultural programming, all presented in Bambara. Other radio stations in Mali that broadcast in Bambara include Radio Kledu, Radio Rurale de Kayes, and Radio Jekafo.

In addition to music and radio, Bambara is also used in a variety of other media, including literature, film, and television. The language has a rich cultural heritage and continues to be an important part of Malian society.