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He is doing very well here in Kenya and has a fully fledged disciplined band called TBM Band.


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Ndeko Nyumu wa Mukiti, are we visiting Washington this evening?


 ;D ;D ;D ;D I was there last week. We go this coming Friday?

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Congolese Music / Re: FELIX WAZEKWA NEW SONG IGF CONTROLE
« on: March 07, 2022, 13:32 »
Good move to have an institution such as this which will ensure that money allocated to ministries / government departments is well applied and accounted for.

However, corruption fights back and I will not be surprised if not much is achieved at the end of the day. 

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RIP Daniel Six Mille. By the way I re-listened Tonton Ben...crazy sebene.

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werra blaise and amadou speak,the project starts in april with rehearsals in kinshasa and studio in cabo verde

Yes, a maxi-single and a grand performance in Kin during Independence Day. Amadou has also mentioned the possibility of shooting a documentary with them.

Aaah...this is certainly one of the happiest days of my life. ;D ;D 

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Congolese Music / Re: Daniel 6000 passed away
« on: March 01, 2022, 12:54 »
May he RIP. A good guitarist he was.

I didn't know that he is the guy who played in Feeling. Thank you Mfumu for the info. 

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Congolese Music / Re: NOUVEL HORIZON TRIBUTE CONCERT TO KASSOUL
« on: December 21, 2021, 13:40 »
Their new album Vision has been on repeat mode lately.

May Kassoul's soul rest in eternal peace. I will surely miss his voice.

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May his soul rest in peace.

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They still have it...maaan! Amazing stuff.

And why is Champion referring himself as the 2nd drummer?

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Congolese Music / Re: NOUVEL HORIZON TEASING A NEW GENERIQUE
« on: July 31, 2021, 09:28 »
Woooow! Brilliant stuff! But Joyeux Noel this early?

Now this cri and dance below from minute 50 onwards has been living in my head rent free for months now.


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Congolese Music / Re: WOW, RIP JACOB DESVARIEUX
« on: July 31, 2021, 09:07 »
Saddened by the news of his passing on. Loved his contribution in Na Touche. May he RIP.

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I'd hate to have a test in La Zamba, it seems it got worse and more demonic and hostile after Ferre and co left.

2008 and 2009 were surely the most poisonous season almost all of them had guys present at every single rehearsal and concert in the crowd ruling a spiritual fight most people could not even imagine was happening,even werra could not handle it anymore and was feeling a very heavy presence on stage to extent that he had to create an emergency reunion and say okay things are happening which i dont understand anymore i am taking the whole group to pastors who can identify exactly who is doing what,not even 5 members turned up :D :D :D :D and this was about the whole maison mere which was 76 or something members in total,even guys who were just rotting there after succesful test were scared to go with werra

Yeah, what Archos is saying was confirmed by Kimbangu here from minute 35.30. He says one day at rehearsal, Kakol and Ilele Cambodge who at that time used to poke each other on who was the best drummer, a statue dripping blood popped up from the bottom of the drum kit as Kakol was playing and everyone left the stage in panic including Kakol who rushed to call Werra. Cambodge was instantly accused of bringing the thing on stage to sabotage Kakol.

Werra was angered by that and said enough! You musicians you come here with things like this, I will call Fr. Patrice (his brother who also sings gospel) to come here and pray so that we know who among you brought this thing or is involved in witchcraft.

A meeting was organized to bring Fr. Patrice and every one was required to be present and as Archos earlier said only two (2) people (maybe administrators and not musicians) attended the meeting and Kimbangu confirmed in the interview that he was not among the two people because he had another meeting to attend  ;D ;D ;D ;D

And when then they were called, they all had switched off their phones ;D ;D 


   

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Congolese Music / Re: Comic strips of Congolese music
« on: July 29, 2021, 08:28 »
Rich history right there. Thank you.

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Congolese Music / Re: FALLY IPUPA - ANIMATION
« on: July 29, 2021, 08:15 »
It is not his first time to borrow a rap (animation)  from Wenge Musica .I draw your attententin to " tikisala ya mata" rap (I'm not sure if it written correctly ) in his libre parcours' dance.The rap and the dance (though slightly modiefied)  is from Wedge.
He made a great dance to watch.

Kitisela ya mata...

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Congolese Music / Re: Jitrois & Ado Yuhe part 2
« on: July 26, 2021, 15:59 »
A standard Ado Yuhe interview goes like this:

1. Swear that you will say the truth.
2. How did you enter a certain group / band?
3. Who did you find in the band?
4. Mbote ebimi.
5. Did you earn a salary while there?
6. Were you allowed to mix with dancers? Were there couples? Did you have eyes for a particular dancer? Depending on the answer, mbote ebimi.
7. Mbote ebimi again.
8. Mukombochi (juice drinking) session or cake.
9. Shout outs.

End of interview.

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