Walker, Chris J.
December 2007
Mix;Dec2007, Vol. 31 Issue 12, p115
The article profiles Marie Daulne, founder and lead vocalist of the Belgian pop band, Zap Mama. According to the article, Daulne combined Congo contemporary music with the music in Europe and called it as "Afropean." Together with four other talented singers, they developed an acappella setting to their group and went on to release three albums including the "Adventures in Afropea I," "Sabsylma" and "Supermoon" under the Luaka Bop label of David Brynes.


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