Sunday, July 5, 2009

RIP MJ

In honor of the late great (twisted and quite possibly pederast) Michael Jackson, I wanted to throw up a little known track. Manu Dibango's B-side single, "Soul Makossa," was considered by many to be among the first disco tracks to find its way into the mainstream. Named after the Cameroonian dance makossa, Dibango's single has a now familiar snappy backbeat. Dibango successfully sued Jackson for copyright violations on "Wanna Be Starting Something." The now infamous "Ma ma se ma ma sa ma ma coo sa," can be heard nearly verbatim on Dibango's song. Dibango is actually suing both Rihanna and Jackson for the same copyright violation on her recent single. Anyway, I'm always curious to hear influences and particularly afro-pop, so have a listen.

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T-Bird said...

man, i am SO showing my age, but this was a HUGE hit in the 70s--which is how mike would have known the vocal chorus he bit.

another great track off the same album is "new bell" which will sound familiar to a lot of folks because it has been sampled quite a bit.