Afro-jazz legend Manu Dibango has died at the age of 86
after suffering the Covid-19 disease caused by the new coronavirus, his
official Facebook page and French media reported on Tuesday.
A native of Cameroon, Dibango built up his reputation in his
hometown Douala, as well as Kinshasa, Brussels and Paris.
He came to international attention with his 1972 album “Soul
According to “Who’s Who in France,’’ a saxophonist, keyboard
and vibraphone player, Dibango also headed Cote d’Ivoire’s state television
“The world of music has lost one of its legends.
“Manu Dibango’s talent and generosity knew no borders,’’
French Culture Minister Franck Riester tweeted in response to the news.
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