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Congolese Music / Congolese influence in african music
« on: February 27, 2023, 20:57 »
i feel like congolese people really dont get there props for influncing african artist all over the world
that guitarr....

some dudes from the carribean i think

i mean a colombian/spanish remix of etat major what else is there to say....

Congolese Music / Fally x Ibra
« on: August 10, 2022, 09:55 »
the most overrated striker ever especially here in sweden


Besides the obiouvs ones like koffi,JB, Fally i think Wazekwa should do one, Extra musica,Awilo i mean which artist would not love to recreate their album covers just for fun sake

Congolese Music / One question about olympia
« on: April 24, 2022, 12:03 »
im watching it now why are people walking up to koffi while hes peforming it has happened like twice why not give him flowers and hugs after the show

Congolese Music / Before tha year end i need 2 know something
« on: December 31, 2021, 22:01 »
what was koff laughin at in generation bercy and who was he talkin to in gb gros bebe and whos the chick in the etat civil thats on koffis  right side

thats all, happy new year yall i dont have high hopes but we'll see...

Congolese Music / Deo Brando [Appreciation Thread]
« on: November 23, 2021, 19:19 »
Deo started his career in Bozi Boziana's Anti Choc. Where he stayed from 1993 till 1997. After that he joined Zaïko Langa Langa where he composed the song, Carpe Diem, in the 1999 album Poison in 2001 he left zaiko and joined Koffi's Quartier Latin where he vocally stole the show multiple times both on Koffi's solo album effrakata and Ql's Affaire d'etat where he got to compose his own song Touse Pepele his final appearance for ql was on monde arabe with a short verse on aubergine which was strange... things didn't work out so he joined Les chics men with fellow ql member Fofo Le Collegien and recorded their only album. he's to me one of the most underrated Quartier Latin member right after Mamale 2pac, very dope vocally and a all-around character in music videos love his energy couldn't find his IG page or Twitter or anything but if you ever see him in person give him some dap n props he deserves it fo sure

Congolese Music / Hottest artist of the year
« on: November 19, 2021, 18:23 »
I've always been curious about who was the biggest artist during a certain period of time I got a short guess list starting from 1993 onwards to just about 2003 yall probably will correct me on a lot of the slots but this is just  MY WILD GUESS 

1993: Wenge Musica
1994: Wenge Musica
1995: Wenge Musica
1996: Wenge Musica
1997: Koffi & JB Mpiana
1998: Koffi
1999: JB Mpiana (Zenith)
2000: Koffi (Bercy)
2001: Koffi
2002: Koffi (Quadra Kora Man)
2003: Awilo (Karolina) 

Congolese Music / Bouro got better vocally so fast
« on: November 07, 2021, 21:59 »
or im i trippin cuz check this live in abidjan 97' doing tutsi verse on dossier du jour

and then he got even better on ultimatum & Loi

And then.... BOOM!! Droit de veto sounding even better

Congolese Music / Deesse Mukangi [Appreciation Thread]
« on: October 22, 2021, 16:00 »
Her career started in the group Anti choc, from which she was a member from 1988 to 1991 when she left the band to focus on a solo career, don't know if she was successful or not. she has to this date released three albums and has appeared on numerous projects such as Dindo Yogo - La Vie Est Heureuse Quand On Se Sent Aimer, Koffi Olomide - Noblesse Oblige & Loi, Reddy Amisi Prudence & Ziggy, and more... Her beautiful vocals add something special to every track she's on. I don't know what she is doing now musically, but I hope she's doing well.

Congolese Music / I see why academia was formed lol
« on: September 17, 2021, 20:54 »

look at these guys mane they definitely weren't getting paid for the video shoot or vocally lol I just need somebody to confirm this for me. *timestamped*

Congolese Music / Felly Tyson [Appreciation Thread]
« on: August 25, 2021, 13:12 »
I wanna start off by saying let's appreciate and give flowers to talented black people while they're here and not when they're gone. so every now and then I will create a thread of talented musicians/instrumentalists. starting off with the most loyal Quartier Latin member he joined in 1991 and left in 2011 that's over 20 years participating on classic records such as Pas de faux, Noblesse Oblige, Magie, V12, Loi, Ultimatum, etc even writing some songs Arche De Noe, J'ten prie and Martens after leaving QL he worked on Fally's and Ferre's first solo project. his work is definitely excellent and had an effect on my life.

Effrakata Vs Operation Dragon

Bilan Vs Tave

Medecinde Nuit
Vs Fleur d'amour

Gilba Vs R.A.S (Rien A Signaler)

Washington getting washed by Blandine in the first round is krazy

Effrakata Vs Generation Bercy

Bilan Vs Fair-play

Babou Vs Tave

Suivez Le Guide Vs Fleur d'amour

Medecinde Nuit Vs Blandine

R.A.S (Rien A Signaler) Vs 13 Ans

Gilba Vs Ravisse

The reason im doing this is cuz I want to wish both of these records a happy 20th-anniversary Effrakata is the album that means the most to me with a classic intro that I used to dance to all the time when I was little and I would love a translation of the song Logique and Koffi was definitely dissing somebody on G.B Gros Bebe and Generation Bercy lol man I wish I knew Lingala sometimes. Operation Dragon is a decent album Blandine, Fleur d'amour and the intro are the standouts. Feel free to type your appreciation for the album you like the most before voting.

Effrakata Vs Operation Dragon

G.B. Gros Bebe Vs Fair-Play

Logique Vs Fleur d'amour

Suivez Le Guide Vs Un Prince Au Congo

Bilan Vs Destin ya Moto

R.A.S (Rien A Signaler) Vs Waka Waka

Robot Vs Nakoyamba Yo

Washington Vs Blandine

Gilba Vs Le Grand Monsieur

Generation Bercy Vs Kibuisa Mpimpa

Choc Vs Tave

Destination Vs Annie

Babou Vs Obiang

Ravisse Vs Le Vent Du Soir

Medecin De Nuit Vs Ntima mbote

Effervescent Vs 13 Ans 

Congolese Music / What celebrities have you met ?
« on: June 18, 2021, 19:47 »
Were they nice or big-headed, artists who are rumored to be big-headed but were actually nice? when you meet them was it before their celeb status at their peak or after. what were they like in person?

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