The Gbaya languages are a group of languages spoken in Central Africa, mainly in the Central African Republic. They were once thought to be part of the Ubangian language family, like the Ngbandi languages that Sango, the creole that became CAR's lingua franca, is based on. However, more recently, it's been proposed that they may be most closely related to the Gur languages
, which are part of Niger-Congo, or at least to other Niger-Congo languages rather than Ubangian.
Anyway, I'm actually not sure which language this song is or even what country it's from (apparently, it's from Guinea?).
But I found it while searching for songs in Gbeya, which is a Gbaya language spoken (only) in CAR. It's apparently called "Gbeya Nma Fouty Koui" and performed by a singer known as Mai Tanaka:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YZBsCJemo3s