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About Oliver N'Goma
Oliver N'Goma (born 23 March 1959; died June 7, 2010 in Libreville, Gabon) was a Gabonese Afro-zouk and reggae singer and guitarist. Nicknamed "Noli," he was born in Mayumba in south-west Gabon in 1959. He is best known for his 1990 song Bane, which was popularized by Radio Africa N.1 and Gilles Obringer. N'Goma was first exposed to music by his father, a teacher and harmonium player. Although he took his first music lessons when he was eight years old, he began performing for audiences after moving to Libreville to attend school