The multi-award winning female music group, Simangavole perform the traditional yet powerful Maloya rhythm, the music of the slaves of Réunion Island. Simangavole "Maloya Maniér Fanm" meaning "Maloya made by Women" mesmerize audiences all over the world with lyrics that draw from raw emotion and feelings. This high energy performances from thees Island divas deliver an unforgettable experience for all graced by their presence and positive energies. Their spiritually rich-filled music exhibits some of the ancient cultural characteristics of our African Ancestors, reminding us never to forget who we are and how much we've endured through tribulation, slavery and war. Simangavole have a new album out titled "Pou d'vré". It's an amazing combination of sound, energy and emotions.