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Ferre was just a featured artist so I'm not putting blame on him. Worst song from the otherwise excellent Black Bazar series

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Haha, Mopao loves playing scrabble so much

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^ lol, my brother all caps is hard on the eyes.

I think the current issue with media is if you aren't controlling your narrative, someone else will. All these young journalists are looking for a quick come up.

The only thing that annoys me more is when they put 50 ads in a 30 min video. Instant no watch for me

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I think Wemba was the best at folklore. Most folklore songs are trash because there's no creativity, the rhythm section is weak, or the atalakous don't have folklore training


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Congolese Music / GÉNÉRIQUES YA BA SAPEURS/GENTLEMENS
« on: September 18, 2017, 23:04 »
My favorite générique clip ever because it captures Matonge perfectly (the spider dance):



Papa Wemba was the artist who started the modern folklore générique trend in the mid-2000s with rhythmist, Costa Pinto dominating.

His lineup was my favorite:
Atalakous: Biscuit Des Ecoliers "le beau animateur", Bob Djamousket "Ambassadeur de l'ambiance", CPP "Aminateur-Pasteur"
Guitarists: Solo - Dady Bola / Rhythm- Costa Pinto  "Le Roi de Tshagunga"/ Accompa - Zamba
Bass: Tosha Mfulakanda “Le Bassist des Bassists”
Drums: Daddy Peufa
Mbonda: Likayabu Mbonda
Synthe: Ceda Cedric

Man, the mabanga Wemba gave to all his colleagues in song would make you think they never had conflicts “Moto oyo ba ko ka measuré ye te, oza grand frère propre... ya Koffi Olomide… Le Grande Mopao” (Nzungu na kifinuku).

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Congolese Music / Re: I NEED NEW MUSIC
« on: September 18, 2017, 16:01 »
I've been a enjoying recent releases from a lot of Europe based artists and West African artists, but this is rhumba and traditional; you seem to be a sebene guy however. Correct, or no?

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Congolese Music / Re: LOL, NOUVELLE DANSE "MA'PIANA PIA"
« on: September 18, 2017, 00:38 »
the dj are really taking over Kinshasa and sometimes even dominating the local stars. But it's crazy that there are not known in the Congolese diaspora.





It's like a cross of Coupé decale and the rising Afro-trap genre. The second song has cheap amateur beats like decale songs from 7-8 years ago

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Congolese Music / Re: FALLY IPUPA IS CONVINCED HE'S "THE GREATEST"
« on: September 17, 2017, 21:43 »

lol you've forgotten about Olivia from g unit he also did an acoustic with Antonique smith  and was rumoured to be doing something with usher and drake a few years ago since they know who he is

Haha, Olivia? The E list celebrity that was featured in one of 50 cent's music video singles before being dropped from G Unit? By the time they did Chaise Électrique, her career was over.

I think you mean Eve rather than Usher (who's seen better days reputation-wise ;D). I saw a portion of the clip they made in Atlanta, but it seems the song was shelved.

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Congolese Music / Re: LOL, NOUVELLE DANSE "MA'PIANA PIA"
« on: September 17, 2017, 18:43 »
who plays/sings who is the owner of that song??

lol, it's just a DJ warming up at beach N'gobila.

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Congolese Music / Re: FALLY IPUPA IS CONVINCED HE'S "THE GREATEST"
« on: September 17, 2017, 18:40 »
What wemba, koffi , kester , jb , werra  ferre, reddy , wazekwa  have dont that fally has not done or even surpassed. Give me answer and will prove al of you wrong .
Y'all just need to chill. The man said he is the greatest,  just take it the way it is. No one said a thing when koffi called himself  the boss of the congolaise music, or jb for calling himself the Marshall or werra for being the king of the congolese music or so on. Why y'all need to scratch yourself like monkey when it comes to fally. The man said he is the greatest.. please let it be. Its his opinion. The man fight for his career to be remembered and be respected as a congolese artist , y'all should be proud.. unluckily  MJ has passed away,  he  probably  have dont a feat with mwana bandal.. yes i said it  baaammm , now shoot me .. lol

the man of the hour has arrived... ok

What wemba, koffi , kester , jb , werra  ferre, reddy , wazekwa  have dont that fally has not done or even surpassed. Give me answer and will prove al of you wrong .

I'm not even going to waste my time listing all their accolades that Ipups' has yet to actually match or exceed; it's clear you're a person of the 5th generation

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This isn't in 2004, like lumbe lumbe said. It's in 2006. Because in 2004 Ferre had long hair and Fally shot hair. This was during the days Fally Ipupa was recording Droit Chemin and Quartier Latin the album Danger de Mort. If you look to the making off of Droit Chemin, the concerts of Quartier Latin during the Europe-tour of 2005/06 and the videoclips of Droit Chemin you will see Fally Ipupa with the same look of this picture.

Lumbe lumbe isn't known for providing legit facts, he just wants views

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Congolese Music / Re: Naza-sac a dos? where's the guitar from?
« on: September 17, 2017, 04:08 »
Really nice tune; it's amazing how Africanized French popular music has become.

Yea, I'm getting Lebou Kabuya/Beniko Noblesse Oblige vibes from the young soloist. But he's improvising, so it's mix of all the rifts he heard before

That white chubby boy really got some moves  ;D

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They (Extra International) got an album coming too with Arafat 3500v, Papy Jah, and co


Really looking forward to this one

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This is fire; never expected the remix to a legendary song to be so good. Durell Loemba, Extra's grand mi-soloist

Brazza artists still do generique sound much better than most Kin-based artists

Only 135 views; they should've given it to a big YT page get real views



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Congolese Music / Re: FALLY IPUPA IS CONVINCED HE'S "THE GREATEST"
« on: September 17, 2017, 00:54 »
Lol Matebu you've pretty Much given the anti fally guys a golden opportunity to tear to pieces  ;D ;D

lol, I just finished lining my defenses for a few of our Fally fans who will call me a hater once again.

I liked his old slogan "Je suis pas encore le meilleur, mais le prochain sur la liste"/ "I'm not the best yet, but the next on the list". Wasn't as poignant.

"The Greatest" in anything means you've conquered all and achieved what no one else has.




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