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Salif Keita's start in life wasn't an easy one. Born albino in a Malian village in 1949, he was outcast by his family as an infant. But despite such difficult beginnings, he's risen to become one of Mali's best known voices. Throughout his career he's consciously experimented with his sound, often mixing traditional elements with a more pop focused sheen.