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But it's his 1988 European Billboard number one hit, "Yeke yeke," which still gets Kante recognized everywhere he goes today.
"Yeke yeke up high, yeke yeke down low, yeke yeke all the time."
The rest are generally known only by specialists: cadder and related kae; fulmar and related maw, akin to E mew; gare-fowl and possibly related gyrfalcon; gowk which superseded OE géac ` cuckoo '> obsolete (obs) E yeke; the related loom and loon, the related scarf and scart; scua, steg, and tern.
"Yeke yeke gives a feeling," Kante says, "a sensation, such (UNINTELLIGIBLE) that one can give to others.
(www. yeke, org), a charity founded a few years ago by musician Wyclef Jean to fund community service programs and emergency relief in Haiti.