Bell’A Njoh – Ebolo (Cameroun, SOH, 1978)

Today, I wanted to share with you one of my favourite secret dancefloor weapon, a track from Bell’a Njoh, a Cameroonian artist native of Douala and a friend of mine who passed away a few years ago..

Bell’A Njoh was, with Nkotti François and his Black Styls, one of the father of the Makossa, a musical genre from the city of Douala, and he recorded several albums from the 70s to the 90s.

Ebolo“, the track presented here, is a unique Tropical Afro Disco Boogie song with crazy synths, taken from his first albums and that always set on fire all the dancefloors when I play it – Enjoy !!

Bell’A Njoh – Ebolo

You can also listen to this track on my Youtube channel here : https://youtu.be/6UHpU0RiyMQ

Best regards,

Armand

ADP014 – En passant par le Cameroun – A Psychadelic Journey Into the country of The Bikutsi

Hi Everyone !
After a looong delay (sorry, I’ve been very busy these weeks..), here come the new selection of the week, one hour and half selection of (some) really hard to find Cameroonese tracks from the 60’s, the 70’s and the early 80’s !
I’m very proud of this selection, it took me a lot of time to prepare it, hope you’ll enjoy it !
Armand de Préseau – En Passant par le Cameroun

 
Download it here !
See you next week, take care of yourselves,
Armand