Zap Mama - Iko Iko mp3 album
Title: Iko Iko
Style: Leftfield, Theme
Size MP3: 1107 mb
Size FLAC: 1608 mb
Format: MP3 TTA MOD DXD AIFF MP2 VOX
Iko Iko" (/ˈaɪkoʊ ˈaɪkoʊ/) is a much-covered New Orleans song that tells of a parade collision between two tribes of Mardi Gras Indians and the traditional confrontation. The song, under the original title "Jock-A-Mo", was written and released in 1953 as a single by Sugar Boy and his Cane Cutters but it failed to make the charts. The song first became popular in 1965 by girl group The Dixie Cups, who scored an international hit with "Iko Iko".
Zap Mama is the music act of Belgian artist Marie Daulne. Zap Mama sings polyphonic and Afro-Pop music; a harmonic music with a mixture of infused African vocal techniques, Urban, Hip-Hop with emphasis on voice. The worldwide success of Zap Mama, and an ensemble of female polyphonic singers, inspired influences in American Hip Hop, Nu-Soul, Jazz and elements of Pop. The evolving musical compositions created a diverse band of singers and musicians for Zap Mama.
Album: A Ma Zone, 1999. Has been played on. Russia 13.
Hans Zimmer Iko-Iko - Zap Mama (OST Mission: Impossible II) Dmitry Swed Selection. play) (pause) (download) (fb) (vk) (tw).
Zap Mama - iko-iko Suka Suka Mama - Music from Mission impossible II. (play). Zap Mama Iko Iko (Jock-a-Mo) (cover James "Sugar Boy" Crawford).
NotesOpening song from "Missiion Impossible II"
|IKO DPRO 1||Zap Mama||Iko Iko (CD, Single, Promo)||Virgin||IKO DPRO 1||Europe||1999|
|72438-38742-7-9||Zap Mama||Iko Iko (7")||Luaka Bop||72438-38742-7-9||Europe||1999|
|DPRO-15713||Zap Mama||Iko-Iko (CD, Single, Promo)||Luaka Bop||DPRO-15713||US||2000|
|72438-38742-7-9||Zap Mama||Iko Iko (7")||EMI-Capitol Music Special Markets||72438-38742-7-9||US||Unknown|
|7243 8 97003 2 9||Zap Mama||Iko Iko (CD, Single)||Virgin||7243 8 97003 2 9||Belgium||2000|