Live in Sete (France August 9 2007)http://www.kokoloonline.comhttp://www.myspace.com/kokoloafrobeat
"Yeah, we got our own thing", states matter-of-factly Ray Lugo, leader of New York City powerhouse KOKOLO. Based on the spiky and hyper-funky grooves found in the group’s latest album, "Love International", it would be difficult to argue with the man. Few groups in today’s global Afro scene generate as much attention and excitement as they do debate and criticism as KOKOLO. "It’s the result of going against conditioned expectations", expands Lugo. "People are used to expecting the familiar, but I’m doing my thing in my time. This is music that comes from my heart, humble music for the whole world. " KOKOLO’s ever-growing international appeal (to date, the band has performed in over 15 countries) appears to lend weight to Lugo’s words.....
by Malcom Traficant
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