"La la" music is the traditional music of the black Creoles from southwest Louisiana. The modern version of "la la" music is called "zydeco".
Older people love to dance to traditional la la music, and younger people in the Zydeco Nation prefer Zydeco music.


Amede' Ardoin was the first creole musician to record traditional "la la" music, whereas Clifton Chenier is considered the "King of Zydeco music."
by zydecoguru March 29, 2009

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