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https://i.skyrock.net/7026/23747026/pics/692735072.jpg
This was one of Sens Interdit's album cover and then again his belly can be seen on the generique video where you can see is really shyyy



And then again he can't find the words to introduce Buffalo when the crowd is on his feet



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Congolese Music / Re: FERRE LE PADRE QQJD LIVE GOMBE KINSHASA
« on: August 22, 2017, 14:58 »
MAKAMBU EBANDI PROMOTION OF THIS GOLDEN ALBUM IN KIN HAS STARTED WATCH THE FIRE LIGHT

YOU CAN SEE CHICO IS BACK AND STRAIGHT BACK INTO THE GROUP WITH THE SONG KINSHASA, MEA CULPA AND ILUNGA TSHILUBA YA ILUS AKOMI GRAND STAR AND SEE HOW FERRE CARE FOR THIS GUY

The album went Gold?


 ;D
What is the limit of record in DRC to achieve those golden disks?

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The T9 is killing me what I meant is that usually a boring man or woman hasn't got any friends, so how can he be shy or not sponsorize himself during interviews??? I think he has a very bad marketing he like most Congolese artist has the usance to let friends run important things like administration and marketing instead of letting it to a guy who knows what he does

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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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Mmm never to hold his friend/enemy in public life is out there trynna commercialize himself to be like P-SQUARE why can't he?.
I don't think he is shy but he is not capable to speak with journalist like he was speaking to one of his friend, if he didn't want fame he would have not chose MM, then go solo, and then go to Koffi and then going back solo.

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Congolese Music / Re: WHO HAS THE BEST VOCALS (NEW RUBRIC)
« on: August 21, 2017, 19:17 »
Come on J, Oliviera has not been the same in the last three years before of his departure, and for Werra  ye he fi ally hit those not right the sane for Arnake, he has the potential to set a new level for Congolese musician with his voice but he still copying Ferrè on purpose the few times that he forget to copy him and goes naturally is always sunshine dust to hear his voice. To me the best Oliviera voice is on Sous-Sol in that crazy song led by the reborn Adjani Simeon






Werra and Limousine sang good, the way Olivier sang is the way I wish he sang most of the time cause that's his best voice to me. Just like in Sans Poteau, Arnake sounds better when not trying to sound like Ferre.


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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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On ne force pas la natiiiiir... i think he is not at the level of recognition and respect  yet.... but no worries  okayyyyy..  one day his turn  will  come okayyyy.  :'( :'( :'(
Why?

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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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No surprose, in the time of Effrakata and Loi had the brave to wear pool sunglasses like they were a high profile fashion brend. And in recemt times he came with that crazy duck looking hairstyle

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Wow jb doesn't play when it comes to those two
He should have stop by the start by not going with your wife's sister

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Congolese Music / Re: FAVOURITE TRACKS OF 2017 REVIEW
« on: August 18, 2017, 21:55 »
oza mutu ya polemique looooool  as for me i would pick mea culpa kelvis zenga luketu and  a special credit to ilunga and adada for their unexpected singing roles in tshiluba and dorsal dodo they did really well
Of course I am: École Wenge

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Congolese Music / Re: FAVOURITE TRACKS OF 2017 REVIEW
« on: August 18, 2017, 21:43 »
http://congovibes.com/congolese-music/werrason-diemba-(lyrics-and-explanation)


WERRASON - DIEMBA (BALANÇOIRE)


http://congovibes.com/congolese-music/ferre-gola-mea-culpa-(lyrics)

FERRE GOLA - MEA CULPA


http://congovibes.com/congolese-music/ferre-gola-jugement-(lyrics-explanation)

FERRE GOLA - JUGEMENT


http://congovibes.com/congolese-music/werason-lokoso-lyrics


WERRASON - LOKOSO


http://congovibes.com/congolese-music/werrason-se-na-se-(lyrics)


WERRASON - SE NA SE
Can you please send me lyrics of the song if you have.......oh just brief me about it

Me i do sebens and generiques since i only  here about  10% of the lyrics,but i can tell if the atalaku is bad or good  kkkkkkkkkkkk











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Lizarazu Mavanga lol, even though has nothing to do with music. I think it is not only relegated to the music scene, but to all the biggest world names Congolese people love famous people and they think having their names or giving baby their names will give them some kind of good luck in life like Koffi called his sons, Del Pirlo Mourinho (Del Piero + Pirlo + Mourinho) St. James like the famous hall and Did Stone, or like Fabregas called his sod Hayden or jayceon or some like that I would never do that. The culture of your origin is the most important thing


i don't know how many kids fabregas got but i know for a fact one of them he named jayz like the rapper lol and the way he pronounces is it sounds a lot like jésus lol
Ahahahah that guy lol

Haha, I can top that easily- Koffi's cousins twins are named Dolce & Gabbana. I mean seriously

Back in the day if you had died your hair blonde, your immediate nickname would be Defao. In fact, that's all you had say at the barbershop
O.O Oh it is a family thing, that's crazy lol

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