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A few heavy bass notes and a sprinkling of 70's style keyboards, “The man”, Michel Nzau's first solo offering was conceived and recorded between Paris and Berlin, and tracks the spiritual and musical journey of an Afropolitan searching for truth.  After five albums with the Bantunani crew (“mankind” in Lingala)  Michel N'zau is going down this road alone. “The man” is an intimate insight into a quest for a world where where funk, jazz and electro meet.

A few heavy bass notes and a sprinkling of 70's style keyboards, “The man”, Michel Nzau's first solo offering was conceived and recorded between Paris and Berlin, and tracks the spiritual and musical journey of an Afropolitan searching for truth. After five albums with the Bantunani crew (“mankind” in Lingala) Michel N'zau is going down this road alone. “The man” is an intimate insight into a quest for a world where where funk, jazz and electro meet.

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