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One of the all time great songs because it brings the very best out of the vocalists. WMM during its golden age


Vocalists : Werrason, A. Dominguez, Ferre Gola,Baby Ndombe, Serge Mabiala, JDT Mulopwe, Didier Lacoste & Adjani

Atalakou: Bill Clinton Kalonji & Celeo Scram
Guitarists: Japonais Maladi, Flamme Kapaya, Patient Kusangila
Bass: Didier Masela
Percussions: Papy Kakol
Mbonda: Ali Mbonda
Synthe: Thierry Synthe

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At the famous studio Marcadet during the recording of Constat





I believe the late Dindo Yogo was in the room that day but not in the photo


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If DRC wins this Friday against CIV, he will become Congolese. If CIV wins, all of them will have to dance Ndombolo for Ivorians



lol, surely none of them agreed to any these terms  ;D

Says the man whose musical upbringing was influenced very heavily by Congolese music

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Congolese Music / A PREVIOUSLY UNRELEASED SONG FROM KOFFI
« on: January 18, 2017, 08:04 »
A song he did not release himself to be specific, until now. A composition of pianist, Afo Monga. From his album released in late 1989-90, which album name escapes me (the album was a very limited release).

Koffi sung with such emotion during this period

Acoustic quality is fantastic, combine that with timeless acoustic guitars  - it sounds fresh 28 years later. Recorded in Studio RGR, a top Parisian studio then.

Honestly, I’d be happy if Koffi continues to release the many unreleased songs he has in his arsenal - it’ll offset the recent releases..

https://itun.es/us/n98Xgb?i=1187499879
www.deezer.com/album/14866629
https://open.spotify.com/album/7dtWNz4XPUwOKyMh8lmBkV

Lead: Koffi
Backing: Giles Aimé Fabre
Guitars: Rigo Star & Koffi (?)
Percussions: Simolo Katondi
Piano & Synthe: Afo Monga

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Congolese Music / KOFFI WATCHING A PARODY OF HIMSELF
« on: January 17, 2017, 04:45 »
(7:00-) Haha, you can sense a slight bit of embarrassment in his reaction because of stereotypes he's created for himself


The skit itself is ok


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Congolese Music / PAPA CHERIE - BDM TENDANCE TRÈS FORT
« on: January 16, 2017, 23:18 »
 ;D Mokonzi ya Snapchat enjoying himself after RDC fimbu-ed Morocco

La danse Ekumanimba

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When the interviewer mentions Fally and being comparable or an heir to him, he states no.  If he sees himself as being comparable and an heir to someone .. it would Papa Wemba. However, he commends Fally for defending and bringing honor to colors of the flag.

 « Je n'ai le  voir pas dans cette lignée là » - "I dont see him in this lineage"

He's getting big headed even quicker than Fabregas (technically he's always been ;D)

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(12:20-) Rather interesting that Cameroon national news has a French speaking anchor and an English speaker anchor. Koffi expresses himself well in both languages

Nyataquance originally planned for Dec. 30 will be released March 8th


Songs announced:
Boss Générique
Hommage à Papa Charles
Forgive me Mama

(Second générique)

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Congolese Music / SNIPPET OF NEW RHUMBA FROM WERRA'S 7 JOURS
« on: January 11, 2017, 22:44 »

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Congolese Music / DRUMMING COMPARISON - PÈRE ET FILS
« on: January 11, 2017, 07:50 »
Affaire d'État is one of those albums where I don’t care what anyone has to say, it’s a masterpiece from start to finish - and it gets better with age. (No Touchling  ;D)

There’s much more depth in Titina’s drumming, every part of the drum set is used throughout. I'm no percussion expert, but I think we can all detect the greater attention to detail. It’s not meant slight understudy Cambodge, who rose to notoriety very rapidly because of natural skill, high energy, and quick learning capabilities.

Titina “Grande Cadre”


 
Cambodge Motul “Machine Madaga”



Presently, I think Cambodge has sort of taken the baton, de facto, from Titina, as he’s arguably the best active drummer. Titina will always be on his own level when comes to skill.

I remember telling a friend that it was Cambodge on drums on certain songs and he was surprised - he thought it was Titina who did all the drumming.

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Congolese Music / HAHA, MM LE MAXIMUM
« on: January 10, 2017, 05:13 »
Although, it's a statement that's been said a billion times on social media - "black don't crack"



Werra, Le Karmpa, Wazekwa, and most of the 5th gen look also much younger than they actually are. A big change from OK Jazz and Afrisa days when everyone looked at least 45

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Congolese Music / BOURO MPELA LIVE (PLAYBACK) IN USA
« on: January 08, 2017, 17:31 »
Although it'll be a playback, this is his first solo event abroad in a longtime. Scheduled for tonight in Arizona



He just needs to keep the momentum by releasing more new music

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Congolese Music / LOL, AFRICANS LOVE TO BE MEAN TO EACH OTHER
« on: January 08, 2017, 01:56 »


Instead of encouraging people to take a challenge, it's all about finding something to use against them to bring them down

Taking the piss with the subtitles

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Bolowa Bozakwa - My favorite journalist from way back in the day along with Lunkuku Sampu. He accurately predicted most of the current state decades ago

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Bolowa Bozakwa,  ancien journaliste de l Voix du Zaïre  (Rtnc) où il animait une émission chronique musicale, « Nganda ya Nganda  » est décédé dans la nuit de lundi et mardi 26 septembre à Johannesbourg en Afrique du Sud. Il est décédé des suites d’une maladie. La famille s’organise pour le rapatriement du corps de l’illustre disparu.


https://www.debriefingmediachannel.com/deces-du-journaliste-congolais-bolowa-bonzakwa/


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Congolese Music / FALLY & F'VICTEAM - SERIVCE LIVE ON CANAL+
« on: January 04, 2017, 01:33 »

With a preview of a new rhumba

Willy Zola has been shining lately from dancing on the US tour to now playing a key role on Kiname live and rhumbas in general live. Very deservingly

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