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Congolese Music / WHO ALSO HAS SIMILAR THOUGHTS???
« on: September 14, 2018, 20:38 »
After watching claude maluma's interview on Werrason and him being ungrateful. Didier Masela also said this with Zorro Mabiala that he's ungrateful plus him spreading some sort of truth concerning the break up of Wenge I think since that interview all the six administrators might have had an underground cold war because Didier Masela did not hold back on anything. Who thinks the same???

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Congolese Music / THEY SURPASSED TO DIFFERENT LEVELS!
« on: August 19, 2018, 12:49 »

Our music is truly finished, Flamme Kapaya battered that guitar that sometimes you'd think it's Burkina faso 10/10, Mimiche crazy bass and Celeo stepped it up in this album especially this song the sebene probably one of the best in this album. I wonder what other leaders thought about this group and Werra they must have been terrified!

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From start to finish FIRE!!!, I swear the anger, passion and energy in this generique was something else. Thanks to Japonais for re-inventing himself in this generique along with Kaps Kapangala they really gave modern touch, nonetheless Picasso excellent along with Mimiche. Man Bill Clinton was another planet (so long I haven't as good as this)! Imagine had another 2 albums oh my days! (even heard Koffi went mad after listening to this), still sounds new till this day but Werrason & Maison Mere the response of Alerte Generale surprises me till this day because I literally thought it was over, to respond to this 10/10 credit.

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Congolese Music / SPEAKING OF TENORIST ATALAKUS
« on: May 04, 2018, 19:45 »
Speaking of Tenorist atalaku's these 3 completely changed animation for ever.

1) Tutu Caludji (the first)
2) Mboshi Lipasa (the second)
3) Theo Mbala (the underrated)

I swear Theo had some crazy melody when animating I explain later on below.

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Congolese Music / DIDIER MASELA WAS A MASTER AT BASS!!!
« on: April 13, 2018, 17:59 »

I swear Didier Masela was a beast on bass, he played with so much ease left a great blueprint (along with Christian Mwepu) for future bassists e.g. Mimiche and Michel. 5:16 on this video crazy!!!


Listen to this guy something else he is 5:40 and onwards

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Congolese Music / UNAPPRECIATED ALBUM
« on: February 27, 2018, 19:56 »
Guys, do you believe that Heritier's album Retirada is still unappreciated in our music scene, artistically speaking I don't believe his being congratulated enough, that album and the songs were almost a masterpiece.

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Congolese Music / FOLK SONGS ARE FANTASTIC
« on: February 23, 2018, 21:16 »

This interpretation is something else folkore is too good  :) :) :), who played bass on original???
I'm also happy Ferre did a folkorique song on his latest album this sound can not go away!


Instrumentation something fantastic!!!

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Congolese Music / THIS MAN WAS DEFINTELY AN INFLUENCE
« on: January 25, 2018, 19:32 »

Lol, I believe Craig David was a big influence to Fally early on around 2000-2003, Fally even looked exactly like him plus listen to his vocal on Suivez le Guide complete similarity, I wonder how an Fally album would sound around those years.

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Congolese Music / CRAZY TO THINK HOW MUCH PAPA WEMBA LIKED JB
« on: December 03, 2017, 16:35 »

Papa Wemba really liked JB seriously he'd even call him "President", "Mukulu" and all other names, I remember music fan Asha Movoto saying Papa Wemba said "because of you made me a JB fan." not many leaders would do that but Papa Wemba was never shy of that weird.

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Congolese Music / THE RHYTHM GUITAR IS TOO SWEET
« on: November 28, 2017, 21:09 »

Ah man from the late 80s & late 00s (especially late 80s & early 90s) koffi's rhythm guitar partitions are so sweet and soft (reminds of Smooth Jazz), 2:24 listen to Popolipo's version (what's the title of the song?) so lovely.


Another song, the melody & rhythm too rich and soft.


9:02 rhythm guitar partition by Fofo Le Collegien, beautiful the original partition for Bilan before it was remixed.

Wow the guitar levels of our country is surely fantastic.

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Congolese Music / JUST A PROPOSITION
« on: November 28, 2017, 21:01 »
Can we have a article on the history of the Congolese rhythm guitar and the evolution of the rhythm guitar. Also the styles the has been played from Generation to generation (E.g. Fiesta, Odemba, Clan-Langa Langa, Viva, Clan Wenge & 5th Generation)???

Anyone willing to do this?

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Congolese Music / THAT CHOIR IS SURELY ONE OF THE BEST
« on: November 24, 2017, 12:08 »

This line-up was excellent but how the structure of quartier Latin's choir is weird it's like there all singing in one tone instead of singing in their own natural voices. the 2nd Generation highlighted this well it was like 8 singers all singing at once, plus I don't like how koffi went over the top of their voices it more organic on their own but in this song 10/10 I wish Chokoro sang in this album too that surely would have been no.1 choir hats off (Sam, Modogo, Geco & Suzuki).

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Congolese Music / THE HAS TO BE TOP 3 THE WORST!
« on: November 07, 2017, 21:14 »

This has to be worse I've seen, I think Ferre is upset but he should have calmed himself down the girl interviewer got the best out of him. Secondly I think his really upset more with you know who then likely rival Fally because certain of the stories didn't make sense what's really up with this music scene. Ferre normally is a quiet guy I've seen him talk like this in Maison Mere when the war was really at boiling point he never talked with such aggression all they way in Les Marquis (era), QL & solo career (bar the Werrason moment) but I think his upset maybe he should have done this for his own sake the might be potentially the biggest cold war to start since QL & BCBG!

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Wow!, this guy was ahead of his time, every song he made in that group was a HIT!, now look at him. But this acoustic version was really good what a group!.

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Congolese Music / WHICH GENERATION OF BIG STARS WAS BETTER
« on: September 05, 2017, 20:56 »
Which Generation/era do you prefer?


1st Generation: Montana Kamenga, Djodjo Bayinge (top singer, reminds me of Dindo Yogo), Adoli Bamweniko, Debleu Kinanga, Teddy Bukasa, Bakolo Keta, Azanga (underrated animator), Richa Cogna-Cogna, Burkina Faso Mboka Liya, Ladi Mbala, Jagger Bokoko, Mogus Santu, Jean-Louis Bikunda& Guy wa Nzambi (top bass players)


2nd Generation: President Montana Kamenga, Deblue Kinanga, Teddy Bukasa, Bakolo Keta, Kabose Bulembi, Eugene Makuta (replacement of Djodjo another top singer!), Jirbo Ntunta, Mardochee Kayembe, Theo Mbala (no.1 animator), Charles Kaptutu, Djudjuchet, Renato Mondele, Laurent Kadogo, Ladi Mbala, Tshotsholi, Jean-Louis Bikunda, Blaise La Bamba & Eddy Kandimbo

I think I'm going with the 2nd Generation the overall ambience was better plus the group reached another height easily top 3 groups in the late 90s. One thing upsets me how Defao never continued this group many singers and animator could have been in the group including CNN, Jordan Kusa, Bourman Idolo, Mbetenge and many others. Can we have short career on this group please  :).

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