His carrier as a full time musician started with the band "Sinza Kotoko" (with Pierre Moutouari). Baantous de la Capital (with Pamelo Mounka - may his soul rest in peace), Le 1 Success de zao. Sah'lomon did not only play Rhumba and Soukouss music, but is also a versatile composer of Rock and R&B music to suit the African style.
In 1982 he arrived in Paris where he co-founded "Les Officers" (with Tchico Tchicaya) "Mbamina", "Loketo" with (Aurlus Mabele and Diblo Dibala) and "Soukouss Stars" (with Lokassa and Dali Kimoko)
In 1992 he formed the group "Zimbabwe" and recorded his smash hits Sarrah and Rama which set Africa on fire and then penetrated the European and American markets. His style of Soukouss is so unique that most fans sometimes conclude he is from one of the West African countries of Mali, Senegal or Chad but better believe it, Sah'lomon is proud to be a "Congolese".
Taxi Diarabi from the Africantilles CD reinforced his international recognition as the King of Soukouss. Then came the hit single "Mami Wata Nicole" from the "I Love You" CD backed by the Ivorian singer Hindirah which clearly demonstrates Sah'lomon's talent as a versatile musician.
Finally "Le Vrai Roi du Soukouss" (The Actual or real King of Soukouss) arrives with his album "Happy Birthday".
- 4 Vocals
- 1 Instruments & Performance
- 4 Writing & Arrangement
- 2 Production
- 1 Visual
- 2 Acting, Literary & Spoken
|Sah'lomon||Sah'Lomon||Ngoua Production||Kenya||1988||Sell This Version|
|Sah'lomon||Rama (Album)||Sah'lomon||France||1993||Sell This Version|
|Sah'lomon||Afrikantilles (Album)||Mélodie Distribution||France||1997||Sell This Version|
|Sah'lomon||Happy Birthday (Album)||Zimbabwe Music Corporation||Zimbabwe||1997||Sell This Version|
|SM 1128||Sah'lomon||I Love You (CD, Album)||Sonima Music||SM 1128||France||Unknown||Sell This Version|
|NS 003||Sah'lomon||Sah'lomon (LP, Album)||Sah'lomon||NS 003||France||Unknown||Sell This Version|