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Antoine Christophe Agbepa Mumba, known as Koffi Olomid, born August 13, 19563 in Kisangani in the Democratic Republic of Congo, is a Congolese singer-songwriter, singer and producer. In 1986, he created and directed the Quartier latin international group which will launch young talents like Suzuki Luzubu 4x4, Bouro Mpela and others who will become African stars like Fally Ipupa. He launched his own label Koffi Central in 2013.
After starting out as a lyricist, Antoine experienced a notoriety in 1977 with Synza, sung in trio with Papa Wemba and King Kester Emeneya. Follows a hollow period with vinyls such as Ngobila, Henriquet, Elle and me ... His career saw a second start from 1990 by signing with Sonodisc with whom he would chain successes and experience its peak. In 1986, he formed the group known as the Quartier Latin International, which celebrated its 23 years in 2009 and 32 years in 2018.
Considered a legend of Congolese and African music, he is the first black African artist to play and fill the legendary hall of Bercy4 and one of 12 African music artists, the only Congolese, to have been cited in the 1001 albums that you should listen to before you
In forty years of career, Koffi Olomid has recorded 28 studio albums including 7 signed with the Latin Quarter and one in collaboration with Papa Wemba and 18 live albums for a total of more than 300 songs. His work will earn him 7 Kora Awards including 4 during the 2002 edition thanks to his album Effrakata. On October 13, 2015, he published 13th Apostle, a quadruple album of forty songs which he declared to be the last album of his career6. The same day released the clip of the song Selfie which was a great success on social networks and more than 10 million views on Youtube, he considered him as the little brother of the song Loi released 17 years earlier.