Manu Dibango - Songs


Manu Dibango (December 12, 1933 - March 24, 2020) was a highly acclaimed and veteran Cameroon-born songwriter, saxophonist, pianist, and vibraphonist with a distinctive style that combines jazz, funk, and traditional Cameroonian music. He is best known worldwide for the 1973 instrumental smash, "Soul Makossa," which is the most sampled African song in history to date. Dibango had a long career dating back to the 1950s with a large international following and was considered to be Africa's top jazz saxophonist.



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Manu Dibango

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