Sergeo Polo

Sergeo Polo continues to defend makossa music by trying to modernise the music with the zingué makossa, through the introduction Congolese influences. But that is not his only quality. His songs are well written and his vocal abilities are far superior compared to some of his fellow present-day makossa exponents. Before going solo, Sergeo Polo has been a singer in Petit Pays' group Les Sans Visas, and his first album was a duo with Njohreur, also a former lead singer of Les Sans Visas. The title song of that album, « Le mari d'autrui » has been a big hit at the time. After a few reasonably successful solo albums, Sergeo tried his luck again by recording an album together with another makossa singer, this time Guy Lobé.

With his 2003 album « La chicotte de Papa » he has been voted "artiste de l'année 2003" in Cameroon. On the album he was assisted by well-known Cameroonian musicians like Aladji Touré, Manulo, Guy Nsangue, Valerie Belinga and others. On one song, « Pardonne-moi », he sings in duet with Charlotte Dipanda.
Sergeo Polo can be seen as one of the most talented makossa stars of a younger generation in Cameroon.

Born: Serge Mpollo, on 14 November 1970, in Douala-Deido
Style: Makossa, makossa zingué

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Title Year Label Remarks
Carte postale 2013 SP Association
Amour à Deux, Amour à Vie 2010 SP Association
Le prisonnier 2005 JPS / Distribution Atoll 8893 AT
La chicotte de Papa 2003 JPS Production
Georgie 2001 TJR
Carton rouge 1999 TJR
Album by Sergeo Polo & Guy Lobé:
Cocktail 2003 Sonima
Album by Sergeo Polo & Njohreur:
Le mari d'autrui 1997 D.M.S. DMS3010

Sources [external link, retrieved 26/8/2014]

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