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Congolese Music / FERRE HIMSELF CONFIRMS 8 MARCH'S CONCERT
« on: February 22, 2018, 21:14 »

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Congolese Music / STRUCTURE OF CONGOLESE ORCHESTRA
« on: February 22, 2018, 19:42 »
The function and the work of Congolese orchestra's system is something a lot of you asked for so I have decided to show you and explain you how it works.

LEADER

I will take Werra's example because I am a Werrasonique
He is the guy making the big money and has the legal and financial responsibility of the group he is in charge of everything and has a very small group of friends/colleagues that works with him advising him the better choice to make, most of his income comes from commercial deals especially with Primus, every time you see a Primus albums or song is due to this deal that they have, being in Primus has an artist gives you the chance to control another artist's life since no new musician can join Primus unless old musicians agree on him or her.
After the publicity most of the leaders have private business JB, Fally for example have a strong Hotel marketing so they can fund on their own the music or live a good life without risking to become poor if the music goes down the third and last type of income that leaders make is by music, basically in the music of Congo the leaders sign all the papers for the royalties, whole the solo albums and has generic song (typically and historically the most successful songs) on his name for example Werra in 7 Jours is a solo Album with Werra having whole the money for him, not like Ingeta group album that had only Werra's name only in the generiqye and some rumba/sebenes, everything that happens in the orchestra need to be told to him, and most of the time (the only guy who accept advices from his musicians is Wazekwa) his leadership is untouchable, if he does have a second job or a trip for personal reasons that brings him out of time for a lot of time he hands it all to the Chef D'Orchestre for the artistic part and to the administration for the financial part.

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Congolese Music / 7 JOURS'S MESSAGE
« on: February 21, 2018, 10:51 »
Yesterday before sleeping I thought how most of the generique and important songs in 7 Jours are deeply satanic or to put it in a not very scared way how they kindoki songs, because you have cries like Diemba (which is swing) which is a metaphor of going high into the normal world (when the swing goes up) and down in the dark and spiritual world (when the swing goes down) or esi ekomi (has already arrived) esi ekomi kala bazo yeba te mama (has already came, but they still don't know) which means that the spiritual power has come without the people knowing, and then on the the other two generique Se Na Se and Charge.
Se Na Se is honestly clear because it means (down and down) Se, Se, Se, Se biloko 'a Se Na Se (Down, down, down, down, the things of down and down) which hasn't much sense but if you look it on a spiritual is way too much clear the things of hell, the things of witchery that happen when you go down into the spiritual world, another example of the kindoki present in 7 Jours is the praise to Werra, the Oh Mama Oh Mama... Banani ngana zamba... Which means for going at LA Zamba you need to ask to the king of the forest, the money doesn't interest him, and doesn't buy him, and whoever try to balance back Werra in a spiritual way will be reach by fishbones and he will limp (basically a description of the classic voodoo technique of people to attack spiritually someone until he suffers physically) Sende ekoti nga nazo tambola tengu tengu (a fishbone has entered in me and I am walking limping limping) eeeh to bina biloko 'a Se Na Se ma. And Anti-Balle too with his mwana empoli omesana kofinga mikolo soki balakeli yo mabe oko zoka oko zwa embodu embodu embodu (Rude guy who is used to insult the elders and the dads and the moms if someone send you a malediction, you will hit very hard, very hard, very hard) which is of course direct to Heritier, and how Werra didn't want to give his spiritual power to Heritier.
And for concluding Charge, Charge Charge batax eleki nga mutu, Cynthia zemi oko zwa oko bwaka soi pwe (which says responsibilities responsibilities tax is getting over my head Cynthia the pregnancy you had you will throw you saliva which is a metaphor to say abortion) which it doesn't seem nothing but Archos confirmed it was spiritual and you can sense it is because Ambulance says that he have a lot of things to pay and people to feed (parents, relatives) but his hypothetical sister which he had forbid to go out got pregnant and since he doesn't have a mouth to feed he will start with abortion and then since he hasn't got a stable hob he will go spiritually very hard to keep his family's wealth, and the sacrifice is the unborn baby, I mean until Cynthia wasn't pregnant, Ambulance had nobody to sacrify for getting "rich" so he says that Cynthia will have to sacrifice her baby so he could spiritually have the money for feeding the family.
This is no polemic, but only a fact constatation, why Congolese musician can't really make any music without spiritual power?? (Power 001, Zigida, Koffi's song where he speaks about the devil, Operation Dragon, Tabu Ley not paying his musician who refused to got deep down in the game) an artist who didn't used any spiritual power until this day is Deplick who got forbid by parents to use spiritual and kindoki power for anything, the result of Deplici were excellent with enough donors to pay him 20 songs, production home releasing the videos and songs, with good amount of views why most of the musicians doesn't follow the "Deplick's example" but would still sell family and friends (Fabregas with Ibrator is a perfect example) for more money and fame? I mean after Tabu Ley, Evoloko, Zaiko, Franco and many others's example artist should have learned but instead they always go deep down in kindoki

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Congolese Music / FALLY WANTS TO BE AMERICAN SO BADLY
« on: February 19, 2018, 10:59 »



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Congolese Music / IF YOU WERE A MUSICIAN...
« on: February 16, 2018, 17:45 »

If you were a fresh musician, with no financial help, but with 10000$ or Euros after a lot of work to invest in only one song's promotion would you spend that over the promotion of that single on Spotify or would you make the video and promote it only on YouTube knowing that this are the payments?





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Congolese Music / WHY JB DOESN'T WANT TO HELP HIS "CHILDREN"?
« on: February 16, 2018, 12:42 »
JB is getting ridiculous now, not only he doesn't want to release for whatever reason but furthermore don't even think at producing his offshoots, after not any of those (except for Abraham went to Koffi, why did he act like that? And why is quick to favour WMMM ex's?
He gave money to Deplick to fund his first album,  but at the same time Chai, Abel, Eric, and so on will hardly release any album, and JB will not make anything for helping them?
I ask you all why.
I would love to hear EMO's opinion because he is the most sincere fan of JB and Archos's one because he is the guy who knows him better and since most long in this forum

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Congolese Music / KANIAKA
« on: February 15, 2018, 00:47 »
What Kaniaka exactly means

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Congolese Music / THIS GUY SHOULD TAKE LOOOONG HOLIDAYS
« on: February 12, 2018, 08:38 »

I really don't know what Bill tries to prove everytime he put something like this out

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Congolese Music / ANY VERY VERY POWERUL SEBENES?
« on: February 10, 2018, 21:44 »
It is crazy but I think I have listened to almost most of Congolese sebene (90%) can anyone of y'all show me some new powerful ones?

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Congolese Music / WHEN HERITER WAS AN ATALAKU FOR A DAY.
« on: February 06, 2018, 20:22 »






The funny experimental style of music in this song was great, even though Papy Kakol stole the melody of the song by his previous group (Tonton Kalunga's) but the fact of Heritier singing the crie by Lobeso and Brigade is something genial with Werrason making a duet with him and singing the line that should have been the most famous in Wenge's mind made by Brigade (Na Mutoki n'o) the first song of the second disc of Werra has always been a complete surprise like Style Moomberg

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Congolese Music / CAN YOU GO BACK TO THE WHOLE GENERATION?
« on: February 05, 2018, 13:12 »
I have red on the Producer of Sense Interdit's post that Fally & Ferre along with Deplick and so on are the 5th generation so I assume that JB & Werra are the 4th generation with Koffi & Emeneya being the 3rd who are the first two? And when this term started to take form.

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Congolese Music / FALLY IPUPA FT R.KELLY - NIDJA
« on: February 02, 2018, 17:01 »

The views over this kid is crazy, 24 views in 23 seconds... Amazing

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Congolese Music / WHY IS FERRE SO UNDERRATED
« on: February 02, 2018, 13:22 »
I have noticed that in Congolese world Ferre is always the guy who is called lazy, without an international appeal and so on, why that?
Ferre really reached some high heists over the years but still not get credit like Fabro, Werra and so on which is absurd what is the reason behind this

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