A native of Dakar (Senegal), Amadou Barry, aka T Duggy founded with Didier Awadi, August 11, 1989, the Positive Black Soul (PBS).
As a teenager, they start their separate ways, a career in the clubs of Dakar. In 1985, Didier needed on the music scene with his band, The Didier Awadi's Syndicate. A few years later, it was the turn of Amadou, who became very popular with the King's MC.
In 1989, the two rappers come together, and decided to pool their talents within the group Positive Black Soul. The creation of the duo advances, their writing, their style and their voices complement each other. It is an immediate success, building on already strong reputations and local.
In 1992, the catch: MC Solaar, pitches for the first time in Dakar, is seduced and to design the first part of his tour.
In 1994, with the support of a friend, Mamadou Konte, their first album Blvd Falé was promoted throughout the African continent. Stitches in the PBS public meeting of all Africa, and stands out on the international stage. The same year they signed to Island, which propels them directly at the forefront of global music landscape.
In 1995, they recorded their first international album Salaam. Since 96, Positive Black Soul, continues the tour, parties and other festivals, and is building a real reputation. The achievements and awards keep coming, the PBS is a dream all the young Senegalese or African, fully supporting its cause.
Yet in 2002, Amadou stopped to spend some more time to himself and his family. it follows a retreat than a year, giving it time to take stock of his career. He spent the sabbatical to recover from showbiz and his ambiguous reality, he says, tired and exhausted by touring, the reverse of the medal.
He decides to spend more time with his family. This becomes even a new source of inspiration and creativity innate directs again, albeit weakly, to the studios.
His passion for Africa, its rich culture and its core values lead Duggy to establish a production and promotion of African culture: Nubian Enterprises (nod to Egyptian civilization).
It does not stop to write and describe the daily lives through new legislation that accumulate on his bedside. In 2005, he returned to the music scene with Ngema, the first act of a trilogy that promises to his audience. Ngema is consumed without moderation by fans and nostalgic.
It is also voted best Hip Hop album and the hit "WADIOUR" is still enjoyed by a mixed audience of all ages.
The performance of the artist are always appreciated and frequented by a public that chant again and volo "THE KING IS BACK".