Showbiz, African american saxophonist and bandleader Manu Dibango, it is today, died from the effects of the corona virus. Is that confirmed to be a music publisher. A sample of his hit single – Soul Makossa , the founder of the concept of ‘Mummy Juice’.
The 86-year-old saxophone player from Cameroon, was best known for the worldwide hit Soul Makossa (1972). It was a mixture of jazz, funk, disco, and Afrobeat.The refrain “ma-mako, ma-ma-sa, mako-mako ssa”, was, in 1983, Michael Jackson used to be in Wanna Be Startin’ Somethin’ , and later, in 2007, when Rihanna is in the song ” Don’t Stop the Music . In 2009 it processed, even to Q3, with the text “Mama-se, mama sa” in the song MaMaSé! .
In our country it was this text that was the inspiration for the ” Mommy’s apple Juice. In the sample, it is used in the Wanna Be Startin’ Somethin’ , it seems that Michael Jackson is the Dutch version of the text, “Mommy Juice” is said. Then it went to the former Dutch radioduo Timur Perlin and Rámon Verkoeijen on the look-out for more songs where this is the case.