Lapiro DeMbanga was among Cameroon’s most out-spoken vocalist/songwriters. A professional of the documenting studio, DeMbanga created two albums of high-tech dance music: Ndiga Guy in 1991 and Na Wou Move Pay out? in 1993. Established to percussive, Fela Kuti-influenced agreements, DeMbanga’s heavily politics lyrics give a tone of voice for the functioning course of his indigenous land. One melody, “Syndromeunique,” indicts federal government officials for “offering illusions! Champions of most kinds of claims,” and promises, “Gone is Independence! The only independence to which we’ve the right may be the to elect our executioners.” DeMbanga paid the purchase price for his politics sights. Although he proved helpful closely using the opposition motion, he was accused of offering his support to Paul Biya’s federal government in 1991. This made an uproar among his supporters who made a riot during one of is own displays in Doula and established his car and nightclub (The Matango) afire.