Rokia Traor?'s sixth album, N? So (Home), was produced by John Parish (PJ Harvey, Tracy Chapman), who also produced her 2013 record, Beautiful Africa. The album features 10 original songs and a cover of Billie Holiday's #Strange Fruit#. Guest performances come from John Paul Jones, Toni Morrison, and Traor?#s labelmate Devendra Banhart, along with Burkinabe drummer Mo?se Ouattara, Ivorian bassist Matthieu N#guessan, long-time collaborator Malian ngoni player Mamah Diabat?, guitarists Rodriguez Vangama and Stefano Pilia, bass guitarist Reggie Washington, and backing vocalists Bule Mpania, Russell Tshiebua, and Stefy Rika. Traor? has explored a breadth of directions in her career. She recently collaborated with Nobel Prize-winning novelist Toni Morrison and director Peter Sellars on the theater piece Desdemona. The Guardian called it "a remarkable, challenging and bravely original new work." Press advertising in music monthlies and national newspapers. Promotional e-blast to be sent to Nonesuch database. Widespread and prominent publicity coverage in national newspapers, music press and online to coincide with the release, including Uncut, Mojo, Songlines and fRoots. Support from BBC Radio 3, BBC Radio 4, BBC 6 Music and BBC World Service, amongst others.