It's a well-known image: behind dozens of multi-colored drums, with a Bee Gees haircut and a Burt Reynolds moustache, Marc Cerrone shakes with each drum kick. With his '70s hits, the French musician made American club culture pulsate. Thirty million album sales and five Grammys later, the master of disco pays tribute to the rhythms of Africa with Afro, released in advance of his 2016 album. "2nd Chance" features Tony Allen, Fela Kuti's legendary drummer, while "Funk Makossa" features Cameroonian saxophonist Manu Dibango. Includes remixes by Italian electropop musician Mind Enterprises and American producer Todd Edwards, a regular collaborator of Daft Punk's.