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African Rumba

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Released on the label EPM, African Rumba is a compilation of eight major Congolese rumba tracks from the 90s. These include Malinga System, Géo Bilongo, Casimir Zoba a.k.a. Zao, and multi-instrumentalist Lokua Kanza who collaborated with the “king of rumba” Papa Wemba. Note the presence of the Zairean Solo Sita at the beginning with a wonderful soukous piece. © Qobuz

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1
Déception doudou
Malinga System
00:05:00

Solo Sita, Composer, Author - Malinga System, Artist, MainArtist

1995 EPM 1995 EPM

2
Napona Yo
Elali
00:05:08

Lokua Kanza, Composer, Author - Elali, Artist, MainArtist

1995 EPM 1995 EPM

3
To
Zao
00:05:11

Zao, Artist, MainArtist - Zao Zao, Composer, Author

1995 EPM 1995 EPM

4
La polygamie
Geo Bilongo
00:05:30

Geo Bilongo, Composer, Author, Artist, MainArtist

1995 EPM 1995 EPM

5
Ayaye
Elali
00:05:06

Lokua Kanza, Composer, Author - Elali, Artist, MainArtist

1995 EPM 1995 EPM

6
Casimir
Zao
00:06:00

Zao, Artist, MainArtist - Zao Zao, Composer, Author

1995 EPM 1995 EPM

7
Tsemoin
Malinga System
00:04:51

Jarrys Fimbo, Composer, Author - Malinga System, Artist, MainArtist

1995 EPM 1995 EPM

8
Mawa Ngai Mawa
Elali
00:04:29

Lokua Kanza, Composer - Elali, Artist, MainArtist - Erwin Gnomble, Author

1995 EPM 1995 EPM

Album Description

Released on the label EPM, African Rumba is a compilation of eight major Congolese rumba tracks from the 90s. These include Malinga System, Géo Bilongo, Casimir Zoba a.k.a. Zao, and multi-instrumentalist Lokua Kanza who collaborated with the “king of rumba” Papa Wemba. Note the presence of the Zairean Solo Sita at the beginning with a wonderful soukous piece. © Qobuz

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