After giving her life to Christ in 2014 and her consecration as a Pentacostal Pastor in 2016, bikutsi icon, K-tino is ones again making headline news. “La Femme du Peuple”, as she is popularly called, has released a latest Single “Wata Fufu”, which exists in audio and video versions. It has nothing to do with the Manyu staple meal “Water Fufu”. The five-minute Single, whose message revolves around love and sex, hit the music landscape over two weeks ago. Tongues have started wagging and would certainly wag the more when K-tino takes control of Sanza night club in Elig-Essono this K-TINO IN “WATA FUFU” GEAR Thursday, 9 and Friday, 10 August. Besides presenting the opus to spectators at the club in song and dance, K-tino is expected to make a flash back at her glorious tunes of the yesteryears such as “Ascenseur”, “7e ciel” “Egalité Oblige”, “Thermomètre”, “Casse Bambou” and “Ekargator”, inter alia. Cathérine Edoa Ngoa (real name) counts close to 18 albums to her credit including featurings. The show begins at 10pm and access into Sanza is conditioned on buying a bottle of drink. Eboué Chaleur, another bikutsi singer, will enliven Sanza on Sunday.


Ascenseur (1991, Chalet Productions Vol.1)

Thermomètre (1993)

Casse Bambou (1995)

La Petite Adada (1998)

Viagra - Baisse-toi (2000,JPN Paris)

Ekobo (2000)

Egalité Oblige (2000)

Action 69 (2001, Nkulnnam NKL18)

Ekargator (2002, Nkulnnam NKL1)

Ne pousse pas... le bouchon loin (2003, avec le Quartier Poto-Poto, Nkulnnam CDNKL 055)

Poto-Poto ((2003, avec le Quartier Poto-Poto))

Best of Vol. 1 (2003)

7e ciel (2006)

Gueguené (2009)

Atacho (2011)

La danse Bankalisée (2010)


Mapouka Clean (1999)