Muna Mingole
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Muna Mingole


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"What they say about her"

“Muna knows how to entertain her audience with her sweet exotic and sensual voice.
Her artistic performance would not be complete if we didn’t talk about her colourful traditional costumes and boubous which definitely adds to her show”. Francis Bolduc, Ici Montréal

“She has a special way of bringing the crowds together into a big bath of joy! It’s simple: Everyone loves Muna!! Her freshness, her exotic voice, sensual, soft and warm, her traditional costumes truly puts her on the path of glory. International Festival Nuits d’Afrique

“A true bombshell, she literally lift the crowd who came to hear her!! Patrice Faucher, La voix de l’Est

“Whoever hasn’t been to a show of Muna Mingole, would hardly imagine this bombshell holding the breath of her audience which she captivates by her electric voice, her daces and her beautiful colours. Her moves remind us of a princess in exhibition!” Référence Magazine International

« To see her on stage is to appreciate the electricity she brings to every performance. Montrealers have an opportunity to feel the Flame of Muna Mingole a real bombshell… with such astounding talent; Muna Mingole keeps her African roots alive with trailblazing dance and by composing melodious tunes. » Egbert Gaye, Montreal Community Contact

“When Muna says hips and butts when dancing her extraordinary Makossa and bikutsi, she means it!” Bruce Dean, Ottawa Citizen

“One glorious dancing to the primal beats of Muna Mingole and watching this incredibly vibrant, beautiful woman moving her hips, she really knew how to use it all. She had everything going and when she turned around and moved that butt along with the frenetic percussions, I became aware of what a lovely thing a little patting is! Madame Fabulous Speaks out
- Canadian Journalists


Dipita (means Hope in Duala language), launched in Montreal Oct 2004. Remixed in June 2005. Nominated at the 2005 Canadian Urban Music Awards for 'Best Global rhythms recording of the Year". Muna is featured in the African Guitar Summit II Album (CBC project).

Dipita airs on the Canadian National radio (CBC/Radio Canada) as well as Community and University radio stations.



Better known as the “Blue Flame of Cameroon” because of her powerful “african soul” voice, her dynamic African dances and rhythms of Makossa, Zengué and Bikutsi, Muna Mingole is a real Bombshell! She started singing in Cameroon in 1991 and immediately won the 1991 and 1992 the Best female singer of Douala Award.

Back in Canada in 1993 after 8 years of absence, with friends she creates in 1997 the band Sunroots and starts her solo career in 2000 to learn more about her own roots.

Dressed in her African boubous of myriads of flamboyant colors, Muna will bring you into a fascinating voyage into the heart of African traditional rhythms with 'Dipita' (meaning Hope), her first solo album in which she blends acoustic traditional sounds with modern harmonies and sings great messages of hope, peace and courage, which she believes is the given her cultural heritage sent to her by her ancestors.

Muna has entertained Royalty Queen Elizabeth II during her Canadian Jubilee tour in Ottawa, as well as a 200 000 audience at Francofolies of Montreal and in several major events.

She wins the 2002 ‘Best musical Hope Award’ granted by the “Flambeaux d’Excellence”, is nominated at the 2004 Quebec Heritage Award for the “Best new upcoming Artist’ category (Artiste de la relève). Her 1st album Dipita was nominated at the 2005 Canadian Urban Music awards for 'Best Global rhythms recording of the Year' and the talented performer has just won the « Favorite World Music Artist » Indies Award @ the 2006 Canadian Independent Music.

Hard working woman, Muna has become one the most World Music Artist on demand. She performs for families, adults and/or children, offers singing and/or Afro modern dance workshops. Muna Mingole's show is convenient in small or large venues, outdoor events, conferences or schools.

Spokesperson of CEJFI, a Canadian Center for young immigrant women, Muna believes in the Human cause and supports the Community.

Singer, songwriter, choreograph and dancer, Muna Mingole, is an accomplished artist on the rise with a very promising career. Keep her name in mind as you surely haven’t heard the last of her!