Fely Tchaco Featured in Showbiz Magazine

Fely Tchaco, Showbiz Magazine March 2020
Paul Simon’s ‘Graceland’ Gets Royal Treatment” - By Steve Roby


Fely Tchaco, a winner of a 2012 Independent Music Award in the “Best World Beat Song” category, was featured at this year’s World Cultures Day assembly, Nov. 22. Click on the link to read more.” - Kamira Patel, Editor-in-Chief November 24, 2013

The Octagon

San Francisco, --West African singer/songwriter Felicity “FELY” Tchaco, a current resident of San Francisco’s Bayview district, is the proud winner of a 2012 Independent Music Award in the Best World Beat Song” category for her original composition “Goba” from her latest album, “Maturite.” See link: http://www.independentmusicawards.com/ima/2012/11th-annual-independent-music-awards-winners-announced ” - Sheila Moody

Reggae Festival Guide

A native of Ivory Coast, Fely Tchaco creates catchy, pop-driven songs in English, French, and Gouro languages. The relatively contemporary approach still retains a sense of traditionalism, especially on “Goba.” The piano comes out on “Woui le m’En fe,” and a danceable tune, “En Louh,” stands out. Global and local issues surround the content of the songs. The Afro-pop focused “Si J’avais des Ailes” is golden. The dance track, “America Land of Hope” is a nod at the social and political accomplishments of American history. Click on the link to read more.” - Matthew Forss

Inside World Music

Fely Tchaco finalist in the world music category. International Songwriting Competition (ISC) announced the 2010 finalists.ISC received well over 15,000 entries from 115 countries throughout the world, representing all genres of contemporary music.” - By Aromero

World Music Central

Afrique Bou le Wou" Cry of Mother Africa Music Review ” - By Sumedha Narabarana