On the occasion of the exhibition Sur le fil: de Dakar à Paris, Boï is presenting the performance 8008 in which the singer and performer reveals the issues relating to identity and intimacy that inspire her. In this way, she lays her inner voices bare, using sound as her only protection.


The exhibition will exceptionally be open during the evening.

Practical info

  • Single Tariff 10 €


la Galerie du 19M Paris/Aubervilliers


For more details, refer to the practical information.


Boï is a singer—known as Boy Fall in the sizzling afrobeat trio Nyokô Bokbaë—and performer who seeks to open up dialogue around questions of intimacy, exploring the relationship between the audience and the stage. As unspoken invitations to intimate connection, her performances highlight the voyeurism of her time. An undisputed icon with an infectious smile and magnetic gaze, Boï certainly makes her presence felt.

Born into the new generation who openly and uninhibitedly question heritage, identity, and gender—she is behind the“identifié·e·s” festival with her collective Chkoun is it? and their sister collective Filles de Blédards)—Boï navigates between fashion and music, using both as a means of expression, and combining influences, styles, and languages (English, French, and Wolof).

In addition to her critically acclaimed band Nyokô Bokbaë (which is “inventing the sound of the future” according to the French magazine Les Inrockuptibles in 2020), she has also worked on a large number of musical collaborations (Lafawndah, Lala & Ce) and is launching her solo career with the release of a first EP expected by the end of the year.

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