Author Topic: Congolese and Tidal!!!  (Read 861 times)

Longbluesquid on: November 09, 2018, 05:54

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They added alot of albums I magically found today. JB: internet, TH, mboni , also BCBG/Zaiko , then Defao: tremblement de terre, Guerre de cent and
King kester: render a Cesar
I'm still checking. Anyone know what drove them to start posting these albums? I know Tidal is in Uganda now.

CM PRINCE #1 on: November 09, 2018, 06:04

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They added it all on Spotify and Apple too finally BCBG uploading their catalogues just now titanic is missing

CM PRINCE #2 on: November 09, 2018, 06:07

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They also uploaded Pentagone!

Longbluesquid #3 on: November 09, 2018, 06:27

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Oh man this is interesting. This is great that they are digitizing all this. I was searching around by accident stumbled around these releases.

Manzambi94 #4 on: November 09, 2018, 06:49

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They added alot of albums I magically found today. JB: internet, TH, mboni , also BCBG/Zaiko , then Defao: tremblement de terre, Guerre de cent and
King kester: render a Cesar
I'm still checking. Anyone know what drove them to start posting these albums? I know Tidal is in Uganda now.
Since Spotify is very strong in Europe (66% of users use Spotify) and Apple Music really strong in USA (about 49 milion peoole use it) Jay Z want to invest hard on the old continent (Africa) so he can be very successful there, black peoole in USA loved this news since more and more African American are startung to respecting Africa.and.even making.trip for vacation or going to live there.






Longbluesquid #5 on: November 09, 2018, 08:07

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This is really good news! Tidal definetly is a ahead of the game when it comes to sound quality.

Drumstar98 #6 on: November 22, 2018, 00:44

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Talking about these rare albums next we will see Couvre Feu, Jeu Muke and those rare songs from Rapha Bounzeki.

Congomusiclover001 #7 on: November 24, 2018, 06:40

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can you play music for free on Tidal? I downloaded Spotify once and it took over my computer with commercials which made me delete it.

Safari #8 on: November 24, 2018, 08:48

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can you play music for free on Tidal? I downloaded Spotify once and it took over my computer with commercials which made me delete it.

Tidal has 2 subscriptions, depending on where you are , they are:
1) £/€/$ 9.99: “premium” service and
2) £/€/$ 19.99: "Hifi" lossless

I am not trying to be obnoxious but to expect something for free and then complain that "commercials overtook your computer" is a bit disingenuous!

I have tried Tidal on 2 occasions and there is no denying the sound quality of lossless music but I find the price to be prohibitive. Besides, I am so used to Spotify, have built my own playlists and to top it all Spotify is packaged in my phone contract -don't pay directly. With that mind I don't find Tidal's lossless to be a compelling argument

Hope that helps
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Longbluesquid #9 on: November 24, 2018, 13:15

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I use Tidal Hifi and I love every bit of it.

Also I believe music should not be free. That is why they put ads on free tier of spotify. Also not being paid for your work is the reason congolese don't release often or we hear alot mabanga being shouted in the music.