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Congolese Music / WERRASON - ZENGA LUKETO (LYRICS)
« on: August 21, 2017, 19:24 »








A a a a a
Ba Yaya Ba Yay'e, mm Zenga Luketo Yo! (The older brothers the older brothers, thigh your hips)
Nazo lel'e, nazo lela ee, nga nazo lela ee (I am crying, I am crying, me I am crying)
Nazolela bolingo na ngai e cherie
Ba Chahine balobi bamoni yo na boite na ambience na mobali ya sika asimbi yo ako Zenga Luketo ee
Luketo lusala mambo e Zenga Luketo e
AMunu Yidila Kiadi e Zenga Luketo e
KaLuketo Di Mwana Nkento e Zenga Luketo e (I am crying yo my love, oh darling, they told that they have seen you in the club having fun with a new man who were squeezing and and holding your hips, the working hips will bring the verb, tighten your hips, I am a man with a lot of problems tighten your hips, this girls's hips will be tighten)

Nazolela eee Nazolela ooo Ma Nazolela eee
Nazolela bolingo na ngai e bebè
Ba pompier balobi bamoni yo na se ya station, na Jibba Fimwa Mokonzi asimbi yo ako zenga luketo ee
Luketo lusala mambo e Zenga Luketo e
AMunu Yidila Kiadi Zenga Luketo e
EMunu YiTala Kiadi Zenga Luketo eee
KaLuketo Di Mwana Nkento e Zenga eee (I am crying I am crying ma I am crying, I am crying the love of my life, baby, the firefighters said they have seen you down at the station with Jibba Fimwa Mokonzi touching you squeezing and holding your hips, the working hips will bring the verb, tighten your hips, I am a man with a lot of problems tighten your hips, I also see a lot of problems, tighten your hips, this girls's hips will be tighten )
(Imeni eee Imeni eee Zenga Luketo Lusala Mambo)
(Imeni eee Imeni eee Zenga Luketo Lusala Mambo) [It's over, it's over tighten your hips, the working hips will bring the verb]

E nasima bakwiti
(Alembisi)
Mam'e
(Apanzeli ye)
Ma'Mafwidi mame
(Apanzeli ye verite.) [Over some drunken time, (she/he let it relax) Mam'e (she broke it to him/her) , I am dying mom (she broke the truth to him/her)]

E nasima bakwiti
(Abebisi)
Mam'e
(Apanzeli ye)
Ma'Mafwidi mame
(Bapanzeli ye verité) [Over some drunken time, (she/he screwed up) Mam'e (she broke it to him/her) , I am dying mom (they broke the truth to him/her)]

(Imeni eee Imeni eee Zenga Luketo Lusala Mambo)
(Imeni eee Imeni eee Zenga Luketo Lusala Mambo) [It's over, it's over tighten your hips, the working hips will bring the verb]

Soki nakanisi mamu cherie asalaka ngai
Ndenge alambelaka nga akomi kolamba libanda
Nzambe KuKondo Mbongo e Mpasi eee
Mayi ya Loso KuKondo Mbongo e Mpasi ee
E Imeni mama (If I start to think to all the things my baby makes me, on how she cooks to me and now she began to cook outside, God to get the money is hard, to get money from the rice's water is hard it's over Mama)


(Imeni eee Imeni eee Zenga Luketo Lusala Mambo)
(Imeni eee Imeni eee Zenga Luketo Lusala Mambo) [It's over, it's over tighten your hips, the working hips will bring the verb]


Ndira Nkora azalaki kobenga ngai Molongani naye e kuna azobenga ye Mon Coeur eeee Imeni eeee (Ndira Nkora started to call me her saving but now she starting to call him my heart It's over)

(Imeni eee Imeni eee Zenga Luketo Lusala Mambo) [It's over, it's over tighten your hips, the working hips will bring the verb]
 




E nasima bakwiti
(Abebisi)
Mam'e
(Apanzeli ye)
Ma'Mafwidi mame
(Bapanzeli ye verité) [Over some drunken time, (she/he screwed up) Mam'e (she broke it to him/her) , I am dying mom (they broke the truth to him/her)]

E nasima bakwiti
(Abebisi)
Mam'e
(Apanzeli ye)
Ma'Mafwidi mame
(Apanzeli ye verité) [Over some drunken time, (she/he let it relax) Mam'e (she broke it to him/her) , I am dying mom (she broke the truth to him/her)]

Papa N'Sesa na Lukunga Vanda e e
Papa Torture na Ma Tania Vanda Mam'e
Papa Leki alingaka bana mingi o ma
Kinsombe Kiaku Mwisaka  Banz'e   e
Papa Sacramento Tubanza e e
Papa Lukanzeka Tuku banza e e
Matondo na Papa Simon Kimbangu e Nalela Bana N'Kamba (Papa N'Sesa and Lukunga Vanda Papa Torture and Mother Tania Vanda Mam'e, The youngest uncle really loves the kids we will think to Kinsombe Kiaku Mwisaka ee will think to Papa Sacramento we will think to Papa Lukanza I wish a lot of grace to Papa Simon Kimbangu I am full all of love for the childs of Nkamba)

(Imeni eee Imeni eee Zenga Luketo Lusala Mambo)
(Imeni eee Imeni eee Zenga Luketo Lusala Mambo) [It's over, it's over tighten your hips, the working hips will bring the verb]

Ba Yaya Ba Yay'e Ba Yaya Ba Yaya
Azola Nzinga, Azola N'Sesa Musambu  Wangila Ndu Muzi Ntene
Alela N'Zesa
 Ba Yaya Ba Yay'e Ba Yaya Ba Yaya
EMbuta Kome Mfwa Mama kabela maladi  Ma M'bidi-Mbi EMbut'e
(Ewooooo)
Ale Mama pesa mbongo, pesa pesa mbongo Ale mama pesa mbongo, pesa [The older brothers , the older brothers, the older brothers, the older brothers come on mommy give the money, give give give the money give)

(Imeni eee Imeni eee Zenga Luketo Lusala Mambo)
(Imeni eee Imeni eee Zenga Luketo Lusala Mambo) [It's over, it's over tighten your hips, the working hips will bring the verb]


Nazolela e Nazolela bolingo na ngai bebè
Ba pompier balobi bamoni yo na se ya station na Jibba Fimwa Mokonzi asimbi yo ako zenga luketo ee
Luketo lusala mambo e Zenga Luketo e
AMunu Yidila Kiadi Zenga Luketo e
EMunu YiTala Kiadi Zenga Luketo eee
KaLuketo Di Mwana Nkento e Zenga eee (I am crying , I am crying the love of my life, baby, the firefighters said they have seen you down at the station with Jibba Fimwa Mokonzi touching you squeezing and holding your hips, the working hips will bring the verb, tighten your hips, I am a man with a lot of problems tighten your hips, I also see a lot of problems, tighten your hips, this girls's hips will be tighten )







EXPLANATION OF THE SONG:
this song is made like most of the bakongo used and use to do music, the video and the song itself, mainly for the N'Gongui, the Mbondas, and the Marimba plus many other traditional instruments and modern instruments like the bass who became vital in KiKongo music, in fact it is a pure bakongo folklore song, the concept is emphasized by the fact that they are Mama Kalunga, Koko Bilali which is a legend in the Congolese comedy's world and in the mukongo culture and legacy because of his dancing and then another fat comician which I don't remember the name, Werra  put them there because they represent the fact of staying close to the culture of origin despite the success, things that Werra  shows here by traditionally dancing and throwing a great amount of Kikongo
The chorus (refrain) it is a typical mukongo word :Imeni, which means it is over for me there are no chances to comeback and can be about everything over work, over family and like this time over love especially over a girl who left you for another man, but the song meaning is way more deep than that since he replicates the life that mukongo people and especially the ladies who were not influenced by the  colonization, by the song Werra  mixes the song with KiKongo proverbs that are most of the time used when something good or bad happen in regular life, in the lyrics he called his elder brothers and all the village along with his mom to hear his pain and the sister which are represented by the dancers, during and after his problem presentation, people dance since in KiKongo culture it is normal to dance when you are very haply over something like marriage, son born and so on or bad things like illness, difference or death especially in the deaths all the people who knew the guy or the girl gone go there and cry even dancing most of the time even it seems absurd from a western logic, the boys and the girls in these ceremonies are always separated.
Is a remake of a famous KiKongo song

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Congolese Music / WHO HAS THE BEST VOCALS (NEW RUBRIC)
« on: August 19, 2017, 23:01 »









Hello forum members, this new section is about the song we all love but focusing the point on a vital thing for the music the vocals both in Rumba and in Atalaku section I will start obviously with a Werra  song and with the most popular one except the generique: Kelvis Nkoyi

Rumba Section:

 The main vocalist are four: Werrason, who sing for most of the part and then we have Limousine, Olivier and Arnake.
Finally Werra  after the flop of Fleche Ingeta comes with a great tune in the Rumba section even though the mabangas are a little annoying in the song ensemble.

Atalaku:

Wow, it is since the Bill and Cello days with the addiction of Brigade that I never heard something like that, Anti-Balle and Ambulance are basically so different but even so the same they can really compensate each other like it was in BCBG for Cellulaire(RIP) and Genta, great showcase of talent by those two

1. AMBULANCE/ARNAKE/ANTI-BALLE: 10
2: LIMOUSINE: 8,5
3: WERRASON: 8
4: OLIVIERA: 7+

Choir vote: 10
I have never had a Choir so cohesive together you could feel the voice of Limousine and Arnake on the high notes (1er voix) and Olivier who has been great to balance the minority of being the only bass notes (2 voix) guy.
At the same time I could hear the choir as a whole, you can hear Werra  coordinate the operation behind the scene

Werrason vote: 8

Werra  in the Wenge days used to be a great second voice but now seems to do just average, but finally he brought back some of that spark from BCBG periods and really did a great work, the transition to parts between 1:48 and 2:02 really gave me that Kibuisa Mpimpa vibe well done

Limousine Awisha vote: 8,5

This guy knows how to sing along with Cafè Rhoum and Arnake he is the only guy who could sing anything without problems, but the fact that his voice his too much similar to Ferre made him loose a 9 he should have someone to tell him to remodel his voice on his own like Roga did with Papy Bastin when he was a copycat of Emeneya and fix some live singing voice's problems, anyway nothing to say on how he have sang there, a very great talent who only needs some originality to be considered one of the best talent of his generation

Oliveira vote: 7+

Oliviera used to deliver some seriously outstanding 2nd voices vocal since his first appearance in Sous-Sol but since Fleche Ingeta something has changed in his voice he started to be less consistent less powerful like his mind was somewhere else than music, about the vocal, well, he could have sang better and did some nuances who honestly couldn't make, in fact, I thought he was Nicodem at the beginning because Nicodemus the guy who really do not know how to use his voice but at the end of the day he didn't to bad and a give him a plus because unlike  the vocal he did an excellent job there.

Arnake R.Kelly vote: 10

Wow, just wow, I gave him a 10 because even though like his good friend Limousine has to much of "Neti-Ferre" voice he did some real serious work on Kelvis Nkoyi from 4:00 to 4:09 the guy was Ferre literally he sounded the same exact way but then in the 4:09 he did a crazy nuance who reveal his real singing voice free of Ferre's influences and I said finally this guy is starting to make some work there and this is why I thought of a 10 him and Cafe Rhoum compete for the best natural singer in Wenge sell not anymore since he is gone such a shame...

ATLAKU SECTION:

TANYA E TANYA E TANYAAAA
ANTIBALLEEEE
AAAAH

Anti-Balle Makatshwa vote: 10

I really don't know the way of Anti-Balle onto 7 jour and onto Wenge MM, but he really did well on this Lobeso (gone) crie and of course on the Eko Yinda he has started really well on this album and he is in great company and can be a great supporting actor of Ambulance and Goldberg or maybe even be the staring, finally that healthy competition taht made Celeo and Bill great is back

SE SE SE BILOKO 'A SE NA SE

Ambulance vote: 10
He is the heir of Bill like Fusèe is the heir of Tutu Caludji, I don't if he writes his own cries or uses petit (kids) to writing it like Bill did (Brigade, Bercy, Kabuya and many others have written most of popular cries of Bill when they were young) but we all agree that he has something special since his time in the Primus ad, and them on Ingeta, and then again in Sans Poteau and now in 7jours his voice has matured and now he is able to master the atalaku style of storytelling, giving good examples and life telling situation, like in Charge (I put the hands in my pocket [looking for money] and I came out with paper) where he asks himself how could he feed his entire family without having a work even though he finished school and like Cynthia where after he advised a girl to stop fucking around, the girl came back pregnant adding to him as a charger of the family more problems, well done.

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Congolese Music / ARCHIVE: THE ORIGIN OF EFFACER LE TABLO
« on: August 19, 2017, 16:48 »
Roberto Ekokota and Tutu Caludji, do you realize how powerful this two were togheter most of their style, cries, and phrases are what most of people in Congolese music uses... This is one of the reasons I am so pissed when people see something in Atalakus who are there just to shout some name and don't even know how to sing.
This two could do a generique as well as a rumba without changing their voices, absolutely crazy


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I really don't why Ferre ain't respected and known like other African artists I will always be surprised thst he is less famous in Africa than Arafat




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Congolese Music / FALLY IPUPA'S GOAL
« on: August 14, 2017, 12:37 »

As I said I am in France and I had the chance to re-listen again the Album of Fally, it is fully world as you know and it is concept as a pure Pop Album made by labels: Easy songs to make and easy lyrics to sing, and even though I don't like it I must say that here in France has gain a huge success between Congolese diasporers, the difference is that Fally has took even the white and the black and the Arab French on his audience, being known even by guys of middle school and guys on the high school.
It is wonderful seeing this after the pass of Neymar to PSG with my own eyes. Fally once again has managed to achieve new heights for Congolese artist. I think that if he will do another world album only in French and with no English but a bit of Lingala Fally will be st the height of Nigerian artist or maybe even passing them.
By the other side Congolese people are starting to taking over, the most famous artist in France right now is Maître Gims so I am sensing that this will be a second golden age for Congolese music

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Congolese Music / PAPY KAKOL AND HIS DREAMS
« on: August 10, 2017, 15:52 »

He basically aays that hia biggest dreams is to build a school and show young guys how to play Drums, Guitar bass, Guitar Rhytmic, Mbonda and all the instruments than he is interviewed about how he became a drummer and what gave him the passiom to become a drummer and he answered that the drummer of Bob Marley gave him the vibe to start the drummer career and he said that what made him the best drummer is the fact he did a lot of work on drums and other instruments. Then he says that leaving a group for being solo is a huge mistake and should just stay in the group forever

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Congolese Music / FALLY IPUPA ELOK'OYO (LYRICS AND EXPLANATION)
« on: August 10, 2017, 11:04 »


(Yang'oyo) (Here it is)
Eloko la chose là [The thing there, it is said both in lingala (Eloko) and in french (la chose là)]
Ototombe
(Yang'oyo) (Here it is)
Ngonga 'ngo yang'oyo, Yang' oyo
Ngonga 'ngo yang' oyo, yang'oyo (The bell is this here, here it is, The bell is this here, here it is)
Tango yako loba o yang'oyo (The time to speak is this here)
Eloko eleki diamant yang'oyo (What is better than a diamond, is this here)
Esomba ba mituka o elok'oyo (Which has bought some cars, is this here)
Esomba ba lopango o elok'oyo (Which has brought property houses, is this here)
Boto pe mikili obe n'elok'oyo (Who made me travel abroad in Europe and in Africa, is this here)
Eloko yango nini e? Miziki
Eloko yango nini e? Miziki (What is the thing I am talking about? Music, What is the thing I am talking about? Music)
Nalela oo miso oyo,  ba kolo mbonda ooo bis'oyo
 Nalela oo miso oyo,  ba kolo mbonda bis'oyo (Let me cry with this eyes, we are the king of bongos,
Let me cry with this eyes, we are the king of bongos)


Leggo, leggooo, leggo, leggoooo, leggo, leggooo
   




Le 2 juillet biso tembe na foire (fikin)
Le 2 juillet biso tembe na foire (fikin) [The second of July we will rock the show (fikin), the second of July we will rock the show (fikin)]
Le 2 juillet biso tembé na foire (The second of July we will rock the show)
Lego, legooo, lego, legoooo
Lego, legoooo, lego, leloooo, lego
Leloooo, lego, leloooo

[Pont]

Ngoya oyeee, ngoya oye
Ngoya oye, Ngoya oye
Ngoya oyeee, ngoya oye
Ngoya oye, Ngoya oye (Ngoya is a mongo word that can be translated as I die but in the music can be even seen like oh God, or an Eh Ngai in lingala)

[Refrain]

Eloko 'o eleki diamant ya ngoyo
E somba ba mituka o Eloko oyo
Boto pé mikili o be eloko oyo
(What is better than a diamond, is this here,which has bought some cars, is this here, who made me travel abroad in Europe and in Africa, is this here)
L'autre la nginda oh bè Na eloko oyo
Mbongo ya tonton essila obeh na eloko oyo [The other one got rich with this thing here (clear reference to Koffi), uncle's money has done over this thing here]
Eloko yango nini eh Miziki
Eloko yango nini eh Miziki (What is the thing I am talking about? Music, What is the thing I am talking about? Music)
Na lela oh miso oyo
Ba kolo Mbonda oh biso oyo
Eloko oyo eleki diamant Miziki (Let me cry with this eyes, we are the king of bongos,
Let me cry with this eyes, we are the king of bongos)

[Refrain]

Lego, Lego oh, lego, lego oh
Le 2 Juliet bisso tembé na foire (fikin)
Le 2 Juilet bisso tembé na foire (fikin) [The second of July we will rock the show (fikin), the second of July we will rock the show (fikin)]
Le 2 Juilet bisso tembé na foire (The second of July we will rock the show)
Lego, lego oh, lego, lego oh

[Couplet 3]

Tango ya ko panza o ya ngoyo
Tika to panza sango eloko oyo
Eloko oyo eleki diamant ya ngoyo
E somba ba mituka oh Eloko oyo
Poto pé mikili ii na eloko oyo
L'autre la akweya oh Na eloko oyo (Time to spread has come, let us spread the verb of this thing here, which has bought some cars and made me see the whole world, the other one has fallen over this thing, I think is a reference to how musician fails to give good music and fast they become forget)
(Hoka)
Eloko yango nini e Miziki
Eloko yango nini o Miziki (What is the thing I am talking about? Music, What is the thing I am talking about? Music)
Na lela o miso oyo
Ba kolo Mbonda e biso oyo
Ba kolo Mabina obe biso oyo
Ba kolo ba nzembo o biso oyo
Na lela oh biso oyo
Ba kolo Mbonda e biso oyo (Let me cry with these eyes here, we are the mbongo's kings, we are the king of the dances and we are the guys who created the song let me cry with these eyes here, we are the king of bongo's)
Iloko lele yo ko lela Ilolo
Eloko lela bonjale ngoya bela o ilolo
Fale oza na nganga otonga ye iloko
Yalo kuza bon'oma tombe na o Iloko(The thing to cry for the thing, the thing that I will die and go crazy for is the thing, you should go to a traditional medic and pay him with the thing)
Eloko yango nini e Miziki, miziki
Eloko yango nini e miziki, miziki yee (What is the thing I am talking about? Music, What is the thing I am talking about? Music)
[Refrain]

Lego, Le go oh, lego, lego oh
Lego, lego oh
Le 2 juillet bisso tembé na foire (fikin)
Le 2 juillet bisso tembé na foire (fikin) [The second of July we will rock the show (fikin), the second of July we will rock the show (fikin)]
Le 2 juillet bisso tembé na foire (The second of July we will rock the show)
Lego, lego oh, lego, lego oh

[Outro]

Tour oyo toko dondwa.   (This time hear we will reign)


EXPLANATION SONG AND CRIES:

Elok'Oyo  a song which is a remake of the popular song by Mabele Elisi which was made by Mimi Mongo, Mabele Elisi and Mimi Mongo in fact had gave plenty of music that a lot of Congolese artist has reproduced for example Boniomai by Lacoste, the crie Mwasi ya mikuse, Eboka of Werra  which in fact is made with Renée the Chef D'Orchestre after the death of Mimi Mongo and hier of Mabele Elisi (Mabele's word) and so on.
The song of Fally is very simple and repetitive and had gain a lot of success throughout all Africa like Original.
The song meaning is simple band says that what gave Fally cars, houses success and all the love and respect of people worldwide is music, when he says we are the King of Mbonda he means he is the king of music both traditional and "world" since in antiquity in Africa especially in the central and western Africa the most powerful instrument was the mbonda since it has a structure that can make the mbonda hear meters away even though it is with other instrument, the people back in the days after long days or months of work would choose a people with great music sense and would give  him the role of playing Mbonda while on this time everybody at the start of the mbonda will dance, he is basically saying that the music he made is made for making dance the whole world's village and he is the right guy to make you dance and leave you stressless.
Le 2 Juliet biso tembe na foire is a clear reference to the Congolese Fikin which in years has lost importance but in the past was the real deal if you were a proven musician only the big guys were playing there, and in fact by that tembe na foire he means that he will bring the fire back to the fikin and when he says l'autre la anginda n'elok'oyo he means that Koffi and maybe he is refererng to other artist has got rich and wealthy by simply making music.
Very simple and clean song.
This stylistic is a traditional/one leader song, where there is the whole band participating at the video but on the song it is only the leader making the song, it is a way of song that is used mostly by ex Quartier Latin members and by Koffi himself, and it is a way to show the polivalent form of the artist and to even teach the young atalakus how to handle things most of the time is the most successful song of the album and of the other atalakus, in fact comparing the datas Selfie of Koffi got 12 million against the 2.9 of Nyataquance led by Kirikou and for Fally Original had more than 24 million views against the 4 of Libre Parcours #2, if you see things is it never used by Wenge Members, which prefer give the Atalaku chance to do all the generique even though the atalaku names rarely compares between the composer for example Lobeso had only one song on Wenge (Kata Fumbwa) in featuring with Bercy Mwana, Brigade had only one in QL and surprisingly zero in Wenge and Bill Clinton had two one in Intervention Rapide and the second in Ala Queue Leu (Style Moomberg) in Wenge can happen that leaders add a little bit of them but like a gluing piece in the art like in Se Na Se or Nyataquance or Fimbu and so on.

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Congolese Music / CONGOLESE MUSIC IN EUROPE
« on: August 10, 2017, 00:26 »

I am in France in these days and I can finally understand why Congolese music despite the number of listeners it hasn't spread.

Reason number 1
Language
French people are basically very proud of their language and no matter if you are white black or arabian the only thing that matters in France is that you speak french and in fact the most listened artist are black french artist


Reason number 2
Only one Fally Ipupa and has failed to spread music Congolese like should have been.
Whit this I mean that all the guys of Congolese origin that had success are singing in French: Gradur, Niska, Maître Gims, Youssoupha.
And if you want to make Congolese music you have to make quality music and Boulman earlier and Fally Ipupa then has failed to do it national wide Boulmane because he is more French than Congolese and of course accent count and for Fally is that he had the chance with Kimame but he preferred choosing an Afrobeat/Decale/Western Africa type of beat instead of pushing the feat with Booba with a Ndombolo beat

Reason Number 3
Bad promotion and bad videos, for the promotion, it is crazy that Awilo Longomba, Extra Musica and Kanda Bongo Man are more known in Europe over Werra  and some other guys who really perform at high level on national side in Congo this is simply for the promotion, a lot of time Congolese musician fail to give proper promotion to their albums especially in Europe because this excuse of Poto is the cimitier of artist needs to stop, because I met a lot of people during this journey who likes a lot Congolese music but barely know that Werra  had a new album out barely know the existence of Je Ne Te Calcule Pas and so on. And for the videos the same there are good cameras who can make good videos but directors fails to make good videos the only guy that I have seen having good videos are Ferre with Poisson D'Avril and Fally especially with his new album and the thing that setback foreigner people (outside of Africa) to watch Congolese videos is the excessive use of various parts inside the clip you cannot focus on one guy like in Zenga Luketo where the scene were nice but there were too much staff.

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Congolese Music / THE ORIGINAL EBOKA SONG BY MIMI MONGO
« on: August 05, 2017, 10:48 »

She was an excellent singer

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Congolese Music / GREAT USE OF THE MBONDA
« on: August 01, 2017, 00:15 »

This song is out of topic, I know, but they used the Mbonda in a great way, in fact the song when it came out became an instant success setting the mbinda has a very important instrument in European music.
I dream that Alì or Zulu Mbonda had this kind of success at times, they successfully manage to handle African bondas and Trance music lovely

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Congolese Music / ALVARITO SOLO AND TONY GATTUSO
« on: July 30, 2017, 13:11 »

I heard they went solo long time ago, and Alvarito planned an album don't know about Tony but they have in common the fact they disappeared and I cannot hear anything of them in any place so what are they up to now?

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Seguin interviews unless he talks bad about somebodyare boring he says Balls Due Match will go out with a little more time since politics doesn't allowed it.

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Congolese Music / WERRASON - DIEMBA (LYRICS & EXPLANATION)
« on: July 28, 2017, 00:44 »


[AMBULANCE]
7 jours de la semaine bilengi 'a Werra boko bin'eya (7 days of the week you will dance the happiness of Werra)
Esi Ekomi, esi ekomaki kala bazo yeba te (It has already came, it has came since long time and they still don't know)
Esi ekomi, esi ekomaki kala bazo yeba te mama (It has already came, it has came since long time and they still don't know mama)
Esi ekomi, esi ekomaki kala bazo yeba te ooo (It has already came, it has came since long time and they still don't know)
Ekomi, ekomi, Papy Mercy, Pamela Mukonda (has came, has came, Papy Mercy, Pamela Mukonda)
Ekomi Yako lembula (It has become something to lick)
Golt Ndudi na Martin Kabika (Golt Ndudi and Martin Kabika)
Ekomi Yako lembul'e (Has become something to lick)
Richie Kotazo na Pietro (Richie Kotazo and Pietro)
Ekomi yako vuandila yo (Has become something to be sit on yo)
Yako lalila Tsu (Something to sleep on Tsu)
Yako lembula Ma! (Something to lick Ma!)
Golf Kizola e
Esi eye, Esi ekomi Ya Noël Ngiama nalingi nabwaka na nga (Has already came, has already come Ya Noël Ngiama I want to sing it a bit)
Adolphe Muteba Tshilamwila
Esi eye, Boss Kaus Kebe (Has already came, Boss Kaus Kebe)
Nalingi nabwaka na nga Jessie Mignon (I want to sing it Jessie Mignon)

Zwa Ballon Johnatan Bolingi Yannick Bolasie Pesa Kebalo wo (Take the ball Johnatan Bolingi Yannick Bolasie give them the ball)

(Ils faut ekota ee) [It must go inside]
Ee nalingaka te nabwaka libanda (I never want it to throw outside)
(Ils faut ekota ee) [It must go inside]
Lelelelele Noël Ngiama arataka te (never misses)
(Ils faut ekota ee) [It must go inside]
Dieumerci Mbokani, Trésor Mputu balobi (they said)
(Ils faut ekota ee) [It must go inside]
Lelelelele nalingaka te nabwaka libanda (I would never like it to throw it outside)
(Ils faut ekota ee) [It must go inside]
Lelele Dimitri Balon D'Or arataka te (never misses)
(Ils faut ekota ee) [It must go inside]
(Nabengi ye e tango amoni nga
Alingi a budé aaaaaaaa
A nargez en premier akoti)
[I called her/him when she/he saw me she/he wants to avoid me, she/he taunted me and then she/he entered, I don't know why but the french verb for taunting it is narguer with the gue pronounced like get, but in this phrase he says it like it was with he)

[GOLDBERG]

Diemba bazo tindika Diemba
Tokomata na Diemba, Diemba
Tokomata Diemba
Diemba ba mama Diemba
Tozo tindika Diemba
Diemba, Diemba, Diemba
Tokomata Diemba (Seesaw they are pushing the Seesaw, we will climb the Seesaw, Seesaw the ladies Seesaw, we will push the Seesaw, Seesaw, Seesaw, Seesaw, we will climb the seesaw)
Katukadima nga  na ba Yankee bazo wela nini e (Kankuma) [We will always win, what are the Yankee rushing for the seesaw, Katukadima and the Kankuma {The Seesaw} are two words in Kanyoka a Congo language, spoked on the Tshiluba regions]
Katu nanana ba Yankee bazo wela nini wo (Kankuma) [We will never nanana what are the Yankee are waiting for wo {The Seesaw}]
Nonononono oui oui oui oui Il s'appelé Ya Ngiama
Azo binisa Kinsasa, Europa azo binisa monde entier (Nonononono yeyeyeye his name is Ya Ngiama, he is makimg Kinshasa, Europe and the entire world dance)
Diemba tozo tindika Diemba
Diemba, Diemba, Diemba
Tozo mata Diemba
Tokomata na Diemba, Diemba
Tozo tindika Diemba
Die, Die, Diemba
Tokomata Diemba (Seesaw we are pushing the Seesaw, Seesaw, Seesaw, we are climbing the Seesaw,we will climb the Seesaw, Seesaw we are pushing the Seesaw,
See, See, Seesaw, We will climb the Seesaw)
Nalingala ba bengi nini? (How is it called in Lingala?)
(Nalingala ba bengi Diemba)[In Lingala they are calling it Seesaw (Diemba)]
Bongo na Français babengi nini ko?(How are they calling it in French instead)
(Na Français babengi Balançoire) [In French the are calling it Seesaw (Balançoire)]
To Ke (Let's go)
Balance ba mama Balançoire  (See the ladies Seesaw)
(Balançoire) [Seesaw]
Balan-ce-ce Balançoire (See-s-s Seesaw)
(Balançoire) [Seesaw]
Balance ba mama Balançoire (See the ladies Seesaw)
(Balançoire) [Seesaw]
Bike Bikele Banke Balançoire (Seesaw)
(Balançoire) [Seesaw]
Balance Balançoire toke (See Seesaw let's go)
Un, due, trrrr (One, two, thrrr)
Lundi o Mardi o Mercredi e Jeudi o Vendredi o Samedi Dimanche ma (nde) [Monday o Tuesday o Wednesday e Thursday o Friday o Saturday Sunday]
Toko kutana na planche, Toko lata pe ba srrr [We will met ourselves on the food's table the uncles will wear some brrrr]

Mwasi oyo olingi: azala kitoko, azala na nzoto,mais azala pe na mwa masso... masso.. massolo 'a kitoko [The girl that you like: Needs to be beautiful, needs to have some nice body shape, but she needs to have some A.. some A.. some outstanding verbal communication)

Voilà zala nayo na véranda, mais soki ozangi sima mabe (Here is, stay on the verandah, but if you will miss the floor it will be a shame, you can stay on the balcony but if you fall it will be bad)

Eloko eboma makambo (The thing who has been a killer hit)
(Cimenterie) [Cement]
Yoyoyo Sima etonda bilengi (This back or behind has a lot to say
(Cimenterie) [Cement]
Soki aleki batali, yango tokufelaka (If it walks down the road people they watch it, this is what we are dying for)
(Cimenterie) [Cement]
Eric Esobe, eloko etonda makambo (The thing who has a lot of things)
(Cimenterie) [Cement]
Ti Na ba ndaku ebele (Until some diverse houses
(Cimenterie) [Cement]
Cimenterie (Cement)
(Cimenterie) [Cement]
Sima ebomba bilengi (The back who hides happiness)
(Cimenterie) [Cement]
Toke (Let's go)
Nzungu! (The Pot!)
Namoto epela! (On fire, kindles)
Mama Nzungu na moto eyokaka Mpasi (Mother the Pot on fire feels a lot of pain)
Nzungu 'a pondu namoto eyokaka mpasi mama
Nkasi monoko 'a ko loba ezalaka te, yango eyindaka, yango eyindaka nasima n'ango mame lele, mame lele nasima n'ango, ils faut osokola, ils faut pangusa nasima n'ango mam'e lele(A pot of herbs and spinach on fire feels a lot of pain mother, but since it hasn't a mouth to speak it gets dark, this is why gets dark on her back o mother o mother, on the back of the pot you need to wash it, and then to clean it on the back o mother)

Allez zwa savon (ee)[Now take the soap]
Zwa linyoka (ee)[Take the sponge]
Sopela nzungu mayi etela, sopa etela toke (Ntsweeeee, Zwa)[Pour the pot water so it can gets clean, pour it so it gets clean let's go (Onomatopoeic word for water :Ntswee. Take it)]
Mama Munu (Mamma mia)
(Cimenterie) [Cement]
A-a sima, sima etonda bilengi (a-a the back, the back who a lot to say)
(Cimenterie) [Cement]
Soki aleki batali, ale tala bakweyi bayanga (If she walks down the road they watch her, look all the people going crazy)
(Cimenterie) [Cement]
(Cimenterie) [Cement]

[WERRASON]
Denny Christelle Sassou
Sarah Solo
Boss Salé
Ya Willie Etoka (Elder Willie Etoka)
Ale Sarah démarré (Come on Sarah turn on the motor)
Kangula Ngai ee (Show me the way)
(Kangula Ngai ee) [Show me the way]
Mama Kangula Ngai ee (Mom show me the way)
(Kangula Ngai ee) [Show me the way]
Mama Kangula Ngai ee (Mom show me the way)
(Kangula Ngai ee) [Show me the way]
Mama Kamula Ngai ee (Mom show me the way)
(Kangula Ngai ee) [Show me the way]
Ebanda boni (How it has started)
(Kangula Ngai ee) [Show me the way]
Ngai nayo tozuana (Me and you to raise the jealousy
(Kangula Ngai ee) [Show me the way]
Ndaku na ngai moko (In my own house)
(Kangula Ngai ee) [Show me the way]
Avant nakota na N'zemi (Before my pregnancy started)
(Kangula Ngai ee) [Show me the way]
Mboka na ngai moko (In my own country/village)
(Kangula Ngai ee) [Show me the way]
Avant namata nazemi (Before I could be a mom)
(Kangula Ngai ee) [Show me the way]
Eee Mama Kangula Ngai (O mother show me the way)
(Kangula Ngai ee) [Show me the way]
Kamuna Kamuna Ngai (Show me, show me the way)
(Kangula Ngai ee) [Show me the way]
Mama Kamuna Ngai ee (Mom show me the way)
(Kangula Ngai ee) [Show me the way]
Mama Kangula Ngai ee (Mom show me the way)
(Kangula Ngai ee) [Show me the way]
Mama Kangul'ee Nga (Mom show me the way)
(Kangula Ngai ee) [Show me the way]
Mama Kamuna Ngai (Mom show me the way)
(Kangula Ngai ee) [Show me the way]
Mbongo na defisaki yo (The money I lend you)
(Kangula Ngai ee) [Show me the way]
Ekomi oboyi kofuta (You owe me those but you refuse to pay)
(Kangula Ngai ee) [Show me the way]
(Kangula Ngai ee) [Show me the way]
(Kangula Ngai ee) [Show me the way]
(Kangula Ngai ee) [Show me the way]
Eza Degat (It is some serious damage) 


EXPLANATION CRIE: AMBULANCE.
Ils Faut Ekota: Unlike European and most of the African music, Congolese is structured in dances and not in songs when it comes on the generique's (Party, Catchy song) side, the fact that lead to the long length of Congolese song is the fact that for sing a dance properly like Diemba you have to take a minute or two, this is why ( more on the past them now) Congolese song are 7/8 or maybe some times 10/15 minutes they are songs made with the intention to be danced, this is why even though songs are different on the generique section you will see the same crime/dance repeated for two or three times
NABENGI YE: This is for entendres, bringing back the old style of Wenge united (JB and Werra united in BCBG) Ambulance sings in a dounle voice faking a grammar mistake on the nargez/narguez part, Ambulance, Tolbert, Sarah, Fusee and Makaba are very similar in this very related to the connections of Wenge's history
EXPLANATION CRIE: GOLDBERG
DIEMBA: Lately Lacoste has been complaining for a while since every of his musician has goon or to Werra  or to Ferrè, the reality is that Lacoste do not know how to exploit his guys, Goldberg is really a star, just check him in a live singing Diemba and see how crazy people go with him, every guy coming outside of Lacoste is a valid.musician, Iniesta, Goldberg, Eli Solo and many others are proving that, anyway going back to the crie I like how Goldberg mixed Kanyoka, Lingala and Kikongo in his cries Diemba is the Seesaw and you can see it from the dance, not really sure of the meaning but I can try to guess lime a baby is pushed on the Seesaw by his father and or his mother or some relative, Goldberg wanna be pushed by Werra  too, because the seesaw is also metaphor, since when you are in a Seesaw when you little that janitorial presence gives you stability and protection just like a Father and a Mother does I'm every situation,
LUNDI, MARDI: This crie is about the time of the week where you met friends and family and enjoy your time together especially in the African families since being all together brings joey and good vibes
MASSO... MASSOLO 'A KITOKO: For Congolese people a girl's beauty is not on her face or how pretty she is for Congolese peoe standing to Goldberg your ideal girl must have beautimess have body (with body he means having good shapes not being too much skinny like it was on vogue some times away in Europe) and to have some a... some a... some great communication lol here in the Lingala words he says masso... Like he is about to say Massoko which in Lingala it is ass being vulgar but he avoids that saying Massolo 'a Kitoko that is some beautiful conversation ability, so every time a girl passes by and wants to say she has a mice ass to his friends without making her understands he says Massolo 'a Kitoko (beautiful conversation ability) lol, you might think it is too much for a guy severe like Werra  but Werra  loves this kind of Controversy, even with Brigade it was like that so Werra  must have laughed really hard when Goldberg came with the cries
CIMENTERIE: While on the version of Anti-Balle Makatshwa To Beti Massasi Ekokota Nde the cimenterie crie was more phylo Goldberg correlate the Cimenterie to the Ass the he was speaking about on the massolo 'a Kitoko crie


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Congolese Music / MBONDA PLAYERS
« on: July 26, 2017, 11:59 »

I don't know about you but I feel Mbonda Players are not very credited as guitarist, drummers, bassist, synth player, and singers, a lot of times Mbonda are silenced and even though the Mbonda is vital for both Rumba and Sebene songs unlike other instrument which are more used in this or that song, but except Ali Mbonda who is a legend for all the Wenge Members, Zulu Mbonda who is very loved by Papa Cherie, Showman Lungila the Mbonda Player of Fally and Manzaku the one of Team Wata I really don't know or have seen a lot Mbonda Players in video or credited in the song why? If they are the one who have to do more work, I mean imagine how much things a Mbonda player needs to remember, unlike Piano, Guitar , Bass and so on there aren't sheets, or people doing tutorial of Mbondas and it is very hard remember all those beats


Just listen to these songs and Isolate the mbonda part see show difficult is?



Alì Mbonda


Showman Lungila


Zulu Mbonda







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