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Taka Boom

Taka Boom (born Yvonne Stevens, October 8, 1954, is a female R&B and dance music singer and is the younger sister of Chaka Khan and Mark Stevens of Aurra.
She sang background vocals for several Parliament albums in the 1970s.
She was also a later member of the Norman Whitfield group The Undisputed Truth.
Taka Boom is sometimes credited as Takka Boom and is known for her work with DJ/producer Dave Lee, especially in a range of hits under the Joey Negro name.

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  1. LOVELY BEING HERE….THANKS FOR THE HONOR….LOVE YOU GEORGE1

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    • Hi Taka “Yvonne” looking at all your tube stuff and really love your Joey Negro Feats……….

      take care and good to see you still getting the jam on lady.

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  2. love you girl

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  3. George I got Moto Booty Affair on Vinyl and was at your St. Paul Show back in the day at 14 years old dude……….

    I still have your record.

    Old school all the way
    Dougie

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  4. Love this space, and good to see the funk lives on! I thought I remembered seeing & meeting Taka gigging with Graham Central Station back in 1974 at a black student freshman orientation at Utica College. I didn’t register for school, but as a teenaged funkateer, that show almost sealed the deal! Love your works Taka B. Thanks to all the funk masters, lords, overlords, Gods & Goddesses! Blessings to you all.

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