A documentary directed by Michel Vuillermet.
- Duration: 52 min
- Director: Michel Vuillermet
- Release date: 2000
- Co-production: ICV Maurice Les Films du Village RFO
- Languages: English français
- Participation: CNC Conseil Régional de la Réunion MaBC Procirep
- Broadcast format: Digital Betacam
- Distribution: Zaradoc
Sunday February 21st 1999, Mauritius, Kaya a well-known popular singer died after being kept in custody. Riots burst out all over the country. This model democratic island was suddenly hit by a social hurricane with exceptional violence. The control autopsy revealed Kaya had been roughed up by the police.
The revolt flared up in the cities and the popular districts where Kaya, a rasta singer who launched a new music style SEGGAE. was the rebelling voice of all the youth but more specially of the mixed breed blacks. This new music genre: a mixture of Reggae and Sega –the traditional music of the island– conveys powerful ideas: mixed breeding, fusion and non-violence.