Author Topic: IS OUR MUSIC GOING DOWN A DANGEROUS DIRECTION?  (Read 1425 times)

Longbluesquid #15 on: January 15, 2020, 17:17

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Congolese have to bring the fire in 2020. This rumba mess gets annoying and boring for young guys that still enjoy the genre. Maybe mix in afrobeats etc do a feature with someone from another country.

Also promoting is a good idea here. We have the tools these days to promote very easily. Instagram, Facebook etc. Music can be streamed easily and heard all over the world. Right now they need to wake up and bring the heat!

Congolitude #16 on: January 15, 2020, 20:07

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The formula rumba with sebene at the end or album with 50% rumba 50% sebene can bring back the fireeee... Its not needed to do an other formula

archos #17 on: January 15, 2020, 22:00

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The formula rumba with sebene at the end or album with 50% rumba 50% sebene can bring back the fireeee... Its not needed to do an other formula

exactly as fire as shamukwale,ndombolo and other huge animation were,i believe it would not have been that big if it was not declined on various versions,on several songs with different notes
nowadays they do the generiques,if people like they like if they dont they dont,there is barely a sebene song which can make people like the animations on a different note and rhythm

Wenge1995 #18 on: January 16, 2020, 05:12

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Another suggestion is to limit the albums to ten songs; quality should take a priority to quantity.

EMOVICTEAM #19 on: January 16, 2020, 11:34

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Yes, simply because Congolese bands are no longer a Unit so the leader calls the shots. Do you know all singers and artists in Fabregas band, Ferre Gola's band? Its plain to see. Secondly, Congolese people and artists are opening up to the outside world, learning more about others and their culture and dressing etc etc....all this is polluting music. Fally et Diamond, Innos B et Diamond, Ferre et J Martins....there you are folks.