|#||Cover||Release title||Total tracks||Download mp3 album||Release date||Label fo release|
|1||Jake Sollo||8||mp3||1979||Disques Espérance|
|2||Shockproof||2||mp3||1980||DJM Records (2)|
|4||Jake Sollo||8||mp3||1979||Pye Records|
|5||Say No More||4||mp3||1979-03-02||Pye Records|
Jake Sollo (Nee Nkem Okonkwo) started his career in the 1960s with The Hykkers, a "beat" group formed at the University of Nigeria, Nsukka. After they disbanded Sollo subsequently joined the Aba-based Funkees. By 1976, with creative and personal tensions The Funkees slowly disintegrating, Sollo was offered the golden opportunity to play a year with the creme de la creme of Afro-rock groups, Osibisa.
Around the 1980s Jake Sollo made his career as producer, mostly at Tabansi/Taretone and spawned various artists as Felix Lebarty, Veno and Esbee Family, traveled to London and recorded various great solo Lp's.
Sadly, Jake Sollo died way to young in a car accident in 1985.