Personnel Benda Bilili is several Congolese street music artists who also play a fusion of rumba, reggae, and classic R&B. Created by Ricky Likabu and Coco Ngambali, the music group includes four middle-aged paraplegics, most of whom had been limited to wheelchairs after struggling polio as kids, aswell as several more youthful users. Roger Landu, who became a member of the group as an adolescent, functions as a business lead guitarist of types, playing instrumental solos on the one-string electrical he constructed out of the tin can. The additional younger users comprise the tempo section. Initially, Personnel Benda Bilili used in the Kinshasha Zoo and performed on road corners over the town. When French filmmakers Florent de la Tullaye and Renaud Barrett found the group while filming a documentary on Kinshasha road musicians, Personnel Benda Bilili started to attract a wider target audience. The filmmakers launched the music group to Vincent Kenis, a Belgian maker, who authorized the group to his Crammed Discs label and helped them record an recording. Recorded in the zoo and released in ’09 2009, Très Très Fort gained accolades from around the world. Tullaye and Barrett’s documentary, which concentrated exclusively around the music group, premiered in the Cannes Film Event one year later on.