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Congolese Music / HÉRITIER AT FESTIVAL DE CANNES
« on: Today at 01:12 »
People are ROASTING him on social media  ;D




Reminds me of the days when Fally used to show up at US music award shows just to be there. A lady used to send out emails on behalf of Monsoh to tell them he's a famous African artist in order to request guest tickets

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Yea, one could say it's materialistic, but it's the fruits of his labour.



Excellent choice, being in the car business myself, the Panamera is such a nice car to drive

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I remember members really panning this générique and writing it off when it first came out. Kabuya in top form here


I played it at a recent family gathering and it was big hit for those dancing. Pegguy Tabu has big potential for leading a "6th" generation being a complete artist

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For the third time. Congrats to him, i know this is they type of accolade that he holds very dearly






No more braids, that's surprising

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These types of concerts are historically terrible.. and the family of deceased artists ususally disapprove unless they are paid handsomely and made VIP guests, but I don't think they'll waste their time


 I wonder if she'll be on stage with sheets of papers all over the floor with the lyrics to hit songs  ;D ;D

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In good form and hopefully nearing an album release date. Fusée doing some Callugist animations

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Congolese Music / PAPA CHERIE
« on: May 16, 2017, 23:52 »
https://instagram.com/p/BUKdoXiDq3x/

Grooving to Kool and the Gang

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On a public level now


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Congolese Music / STINO MUBI STILL AS ENERGETIC AS EVER
« on: May 10, 2017, 04:44 »
At the Wemba anniversary event recently


As a long time Viva fan I'm a big fan of all the alumni, but Stino is easily on my short list for favorite Viva member. I'd wish he just release the complete album he's been sitting on for 4-5 years now

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One of the most beloved African legends




Manu Lima - Synthesizer and arrangement
Rigo Star on Solo
Ngouma Lokito - Bass
Ballou Canta -Vocal
Djuju Music on Drums
3615 Code Niawu on Shakers
Mavungu - Prolific Mbonda player & Percussionist
Wenge BCBG memeber - JDL Loko - vocals and animation

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Yet another forgettable crossover song, I'm afraid...

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RDV - May 20th


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Congolese Music / LADY ESOBE HAS BEEN ILL?
« on: May 08, 2017, 23:55 »
He's been noticeably more absent from the spotlight in Kin in recent years. He's hard to recognize (not just because of the missing trademark white hair  :D)



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Despite his early stardom, he has remained in school and intends on going to University.


Too many of the youth drop education as soon as they get 1 minute of fame; and when that goes away they have nothing

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