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Music: Jupiter Okwess

A triumphant return … Jupiter Okwess: Troposphere 13
Robin Denselow
Thursday 10 November 2016 18.15 GMT
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Three years ago, when he released his international debut album Hotel Univers, it seemed that Jupiter Bokondji would be the new hero of the African music scene. Here, after all, was a Kinshasa veteran with a real sense of danger in his singing, who had proved equally exhilarating playing live. Now, at last, comes the follow-up, and though it’s a six-track mini-album, it’s been worth the wait.

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