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Coco Mbassi (born 28 February 1969) is a female musical artist originating from Cameroon and based in Paris, France. Winner of the Radio France Internationale Découvertes Prize in 2001 with the song "Muenge Mwa Ndolo", she toured worldwide and her first album, Sepia, was released in 2001. This album was nominated in 2002 for the BBC Radio 3 World Music Awards, and won the German World Music CD Critics' Awards. Her second album Sisea was released in 2003.
Her last release is a live tour DVD, Coco Mbassi Tour.
Coco is currently on tour with Totem (Cirque du Soleil) as the lead female vocalist of the production.
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