Kubota's fourth studio album, Bonga Wanga, was released in July 1990. The album, like its predecessors, peaked at number one and became certified million. Following the next three years, Kubota released "Kubojah: Parallel World I", "Neptune", and "The Baddest II". In 1994, he relocated to New York in the United States of America and began working on upcoming album. In January 1995, he released seventh album, Bumpin' Voyage. The album spawned the top-five hit "Yoru ni Dakarete (A Night in Afro Blue)". The album charted at number nine on the Oricon Albums Chart. In November 2010, Kubota released his sixth compilation album Love & Rain: Love Songs. The lead single "Love Rain (Koi no Ame)" charted at number three on the Oricon Singles chart. Kubota released his sixteenth album, Gold Skool, in August 2011.
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Bonga Wanga is the fourth studio album of Japanese singer Toshinobu Kubota, released on July 15, 1990. Under the label, Kubota released his first single, "Be Wanabee" in October 1990, followed by "Mama Udongo" in March 1991. The lead single "Be Wanabee" charted at number 16 on the Oricon Weekly Singles chart. Bonga Wanga" became Kubota's first album to peak number one on the Oricon Albums chart. The album also became certified million. That album contains several English lyrics. In 1991, Kubota went on the Bonga Wanga Tour.
Toshinobu Kubota – Bonga Wanga. Label: CBS/Sony – CSCL1179. Orchestrated By – Toshinobu Kubota, Yoichiro Kakizaki. Percussion – Bashiri Johnson (tracks: 5 to 7, 12, 13), Don Alias (tracks: 3, 4, 8, 9). Producer – Toshinobu Kubota. Programmed By – John Mahoney, Laura Janisse.
Album by Toshinobu Kubota.
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Bonga Wanga is the fourth studio album of Japanese singer Toshinobu Kubota, released on July 15, 1990.