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Pasteur Lappé is a Cameroonian funk master from Douala. Born in 1953.
In the late 70s, after moving to Paris originally to study journalism, he settled into a new life of music where he befriends African music stars such as André-Marie Tala, Joe Mboule and Fela Kuti. Pasteur Lappé is known to have given birth to the "Sekele Movement", a fusion of funk, disco, afrobeat, reggae, soul and Rn`B . His most prolific years were from 1979 to 1981, years he made his three flagship albums.