Author Topic: DOUDOU COPA @ PAPY MBOMA  (Read 206 times)

Manzambi94 on: January 11, 2021, 10:52

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archos #1 on: January 11, 2021, 11:12

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doudou is really really poor in interviews i have never ever seen him make an interesting one he always sounds kinda disconnected with journalists

Manzambi94 #2 on: January 11, 2021, 19:31

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Who is Shakira? Anyway it's weird to listen to Brazzaville artists speak, when they speak Lingala they have a little bit of accent, but when they sing that accent disappeared, it was surprising from him to admit he was in prison to beat his wife.

Mfumu Vata #3 on: January 11, 2021, 19:45

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Doudou is from the north and speak like a real mongala, if you take someone from Equateur you will see that they speak Lingala like Doudou. About others coming from Brazzaville, some are Bakongo and only speak Kikongo ya Leta, Kikongo dialects or Kilari, which made them sound weird when they talk lingala, because they barely speak it. Other only speak Kimboshi or Kiteke. But if you listen sometimes to the songs of people from coming from Brazzaville, you will hear sometimes hear words that you will in our Lingala.

About lingala of DRC, its just that  all bandleader spent the most time of their lifes in Kinshasa. But if you take someone from Boma, Matadi or Luozi and  he will speak lingala, he will sound like comedian Mbatasiala or Masumu de Brende. If you take someone from Kanga or Mbuji Mayi, he will sound like Mukuna. People from Equateur have also a strong accent, they often sound like Likuli, or the way Doudou Copa talks. Those coming from Bandundu, have mostly the accent comedians Esobe, Tito and musicians Burkina Faso use.