Departing popular Africa-rooted strap Loketo in 1990, Kinshasa-born and Paris-based guitarist Diblo Dibala (b. 1954) recruited many former bandmates and extra music artists and vocalists to create the enthusiastic group Matchatcha. Even though the group offers experienced many staff adjustments, its sizzling-hot method of African-inspired dance music offers remained consistent. Based on the African Encyclopedia, “To find out Diblo and Matchatcha in concert is usually to see a hot warm period. His scorching acoustic guitar lines will keep you breathless so when your hands is usually grabbed and you’re embroiled on-stage to dance using the music group, you’ll close your eye and suddenly become transferred to Kinshasa.” Explaining the affects that are shown in the audio of Matchatcha, Dibala described during a middle-’90s interview, “1st from Franco, second from your Cuban rumba design that was popularized throughout Africa in the ’50s and lastly, George Benson.” Furthermore to Dibala, the initial incarnation of Matchatcha presented ex-Loketo users Freddy de Majunga (tempo acoustic guitar), Miguel Yamba (bass), and dancers Antoinette Yelessa and Joelle Esso, along with drummer Komba Bello Mafwala and vocalists Fede Lawu and Otis Mbute. The 1st change arrived in 1992 when de Majunga was changed by J.P. Kinzaki and vocalists Dely Mpeletu and David Mondo. Later on that 12 months, Yamba was changed by Djo Mali Bolonge and conga participant Serge Bimangou was added. By 1999, just Dibala, Kinzaki, Mbute, and Yelessa continued to be. The next lineups presented Clement Elegbede (bass), Ringo Avom (drums), Laskin Ngomatchek and Serge Bimango (vocals), and dancers Electra Weston, Sabine Poakora, and Suzy Gaston. Although carrying on to experience staff changes over time, Matchatcha beneath the management of Diblo Dibala continuing playing their infectious and dynamic make of soukous in to the 21st century.