Coco Mbassi, a native of Cameroon living in France, was a member of The Cherubs, a gospel choir, from 1990 to 1996 and also performed backing vocals for many well-known musicians. In 1996, she won the Radio France Internationale Decouvertes' (discovery) Prize in the African music category and released her first CD, Sepia, in 2001.

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Tropical Music: Coco Mbassi
Record label's profile of the vocalist with photographs and audio sample.
6moons.com: Coco Mbassi "Sepia"
Review of the debut album. (January 01, 2003)
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