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In 1970, Tabu Ley formed Orchestre Afrisa International, Afrisa being a combination of Africa and Éditions Isa, his record label. Along with Franco Luambo's TPOK Jazz, Afrisa was now one of Africa's greatest bands. They recorded hits such as "Sorozo", "Kaful Mayay", "Aon Aon", and "Mose Konzo". They performed also at the Zaire 74 and therefore are in the documentary film Soul Power. In the mid 1980s Tabu Ley discovered a young talented singer and dancer, M'bilia Bel, who helped popularise his band further. Tabu Ley and M'bilia Bel later married and had one child together. In 1988 Tabu Ley introduced another female vocalist known as Faya Tess, and M'bilia Bel left and continued to be successful on her own. After M'bilia Bel's departure, Afrisa's influence along with that of their rivals TPOK Jazz continued to wane as fans gravitated toward the faster version of soukous.
Mbilia Bel, Tabu Ley Rochereau, L'Afrisa International Ngalaka. Mbilia Bel, Tabu Ley Rochereau, L'Afrisa International C'est toi que j'aime. Mbilia Bel, Tabu Ley Rochereau, L'Afrisa International Sisi Mandela. Tabu Ley Rochereau, Mbilia Bel, L'Afrisa International Bameli soy. (play). Tabu Ley Rochereau, L'Afrisa International, Mbilia Bel Gagné gagné perdu perdu. Tabu Ley Rochereau, L'Afrisa International, Mbilia Bel Quelle méchanceté. Tabu Ley Rochereau, L'Afrisa International, Mbilia Bel Bakwiti. Tabu Ley Rochereau, Mbilia Bel, L'Afrisa International Gagné gagné, perdu perdu.
M'bilia Bel Avec Seigneur Ley Rocherau Et L'Afrisa International – Faux Pas. Label: Genidia – GEN 105. Format: Vinyl, LP, Album.
04 – Sisi mandela 05 – Emande 06 – Contre ma volonté (reprise). This entry was posted in Congo by Moos. 4 thoughts on M’bilia Bel et Seigneur Tabu Ley Rochereau avec le . Int’L Afrisa Contre Ma Volonté Genidia 1987 . Harris Diavua Salakiaku on May 25, 2019 at 02:54 said: Mbilia Bel last album before departing Afrisa in 1988. Reply . Dairo Cervantes on June 12, 2019 at 13:43 said
Mbilia Bel & Tabu Ley Rochereau - Shawuri Yako (feat. l'Afrisa International). Chords: A. E. B. C 5:54. M'bilia Bel Avec Tabu Ley Rochereau Et L'Afrisa International – Faux Pas (Live). Mario - TP OK Jazz - Franco Luambo Makiadi.
M'bilia Bel (born 1959) is a rumba and world music singer from the Democratic Republic of the Congo. She is known as the "Queen of Congolese and African Rumba". She rose to fame after first being discovered by Sam Manguana and later by Tabu Ley Rochereau who really helped her to gain confidence, matter full control of her powerful soprano-voice and to reach to the summit of being one of the best Congolese female singers.
Nazali Mwasi by Mbilia Bel. Mbilia Bel was such a big, bright star in Zaire (and indeed much of Africa) for many reasons – certainly her voice, h. .r graceful dancing, her beauty – but an important one was her feminism, which she exemplified in her career and expressed in her songs. In Nazali Mwasi, which she recorded with Orchestre Afrisa International in 1983, she sings I am a woman, and yet I must do men’s work while the men sit around acting like kings.