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Isifi Lokolé Yoka Lokolé - Isifi Lokole Yoka Lokolé Manifestation 1974-1976 FLAC album

Performer: Isifi Lokolé Yoka Lokolé
Genre: Folk and World music
Title: Isifi Lokole Yoka Lokolé Manifestation 1974-1976
Released: 1987
Style: African, Soukous
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In 1975 because of a conflict of leadership between Anto Evoloko and Pepe Manuaku the band lost some of its most important members. Papa Wemba, Bozi Boziana, Mavuela Somo and Evoloko left in 1975 to create Isifi Lokole; the same year, Papa Wemba, Bozi Boziana and Mavuela abandoned Evoloko after a conflict of leadership in the groupe between Evoloko and Papa Wemba to form Yoka Lokole in 1976.

Isifi Lokole (founding member) 1974–75. Yoka Lokole (founding member) 1975–78. Viva La Musica (founding member) 1977–2016 especially after he took them to Paris, France in the early 1980s, while mixing into the music an "eclectic sound, that was influenced by western popular music reflecting a European flavor and style. L'Amoureux Decu (1972, Zaiko Langa Langa). Mete la Verite, Chouchouna (1973, Zaiko Langa Langa). Matembele Bangi, Lisuma ya Zazu (1976, Yoka Lokole). Mere Superieure, Bokulaka, Mabele Mokonzi, Muana Molokai (1977). Princesse ya Senza, Fleur Betoko, Zonga-Zonga (1978).

Orchestre Yoka Lokole. LP Soukous Folk, World, & Country African. Released in 1987 on P-Vine Records. A2 - Ainsi va la vie.

Isifi Lokole Yoka Lokolé Manifestation 1974-1976 ‎(LP). Orchestre Yoka Lokole. Matembele Bangi pts 1&2 ‎(7", Single, RE). African. Lisuma Ya Zazu 1 & 2 ‎(7", Single, RE). 01. Bana Kin 1 & 2 ‎(7", Single).

Mustard on the beat, ho. My bitch go loco (Go loco, go loco) María, María, María Slide on a nigga with the. Go Loko serves as the second single that is expected to appear on YG’s 4REAL 4REAL. On the Jon Z and Tyga assisted track, the rappers describe their wild lifestyles and discuss various topics including their relationships, alcohol, and weapons. Loco is a Spanish term that translates to crazy, which fits the song’s overall theme of going out of control. Me and Tyga walked in the studio, we workin' on monster album and he played this beat he’s like y'all niggas should do this song. Me and this nigga, T, look at each other like what?

Mbenzu Ngamboni Boskill, better known as Bozi Boziana (born in 1952), is congolese guitarist and singer.

Like Isifi Lokole, the t-driven Yoka Lokole would not last much longer than a year. After a year of modest success, controversies within Yoka Lokole over money and prestige were also complicated by Wemba's arrest and brief incarceration in Kinshasa Central prison in December 1976 for the "crime" of being suspected of having had physical intimacy with an army general's daughter. The band continued to tour without Papa Wemba.

Wemba later claimed that ISIFI was an acronym for "Institut du Savoir Ideologique pour la Formation des Idoles," a claim that has still not been given total credence. In July 1975, Shungu Wembadio officially adopted the n-worldwide name Papa Wemba.


A1 Amazone
A2 Ainsi va la vie
A3 2x2x2
A4 Mokili Ebaluki
B1 Matembele Bangi
B2 Maloba ya bakoko
B3 Kulu Pende
B4 Maloba Ya Bakoko {bis}
C1 C'est la vie
C2 Moseka
C3 Aya
C4 Atanga


LP Rare