Literatuurmix | DJ Bona Léa


Now that autumn has arrived, Brussels DJ Bona Léa serves us up her personal "Literatuurmix". Bona Léa is a Belgian-Cameroonian artist and one of the founders of the Brussels-based collective Bloom Hill. In her mix for Passa Porta, she combines favourite tracks with testimonials from black female authors. A log full of beats and commitment.



Oophi – Dj Phyton

Workaround One – Beatrice Dillon

Albine – Loâzo

El Viajecito – Auma Runa

Faz Assim – Pedro

Perreo Fantasma – Borametz


Tutume – Qoqeqa

Pele – Ikoqwe

Shola Ama Riddim – European 305

John Wick (Reshuffle Mix) – De Mthuda ft Sir Trill & Da Muziqal Chef

Nana Riddim Ft. French Nana – A Star

C 20 – Lash T, Junior Taurus & Tasteyy

Let go – Danitsa

Disengage – Rose Bonica

Weh Mi Seh (Instrumental) – Sam Binga x Fox x DJ Polo

Gul (Club Edit) – Manuel Printzen

Text excerpts

Ces morceaux de vie... Comme carreaux cassés – Christiane Taubira

Power – Audre Lorde

Autour de ton Cou, Jumping Monkey Hill – Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie

Why I'm No Longer Talking to White People About Race – Reni Eddo-Lodge (in French)

Black Privilege – Crystal Valentine

DJ Bona Léa is a Belgian-Cameroonian DJ full of spice and no frills, and the co-founder of the Brussels-based collectif Bloom Hill. She excites the ears of her audience with her eclectic choices and search for unique sounds. With that flexibility, she creates crazy vibes on the dancefloors. Among her favourites are afro rhythms and percussion, broken beats and bass music.