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Congolese Music / Excellent song from the Mpela Brothers
« on: February 01, 2016, 17:53 »
From the 2005 album Mortal combat. Yet another gem of an album that has been under-appreciated.

Also, the very Makaba-esque -  Allez Simple.

Very reminiscent of Moi Ami Coboss.

... In Balle de Match?

Internet still sounds fresh every time I give it a listen.

Congolese Music / A Koffi/Wemba featuring Post Wake Up
« on: January 17, 2016, 05:33 »
I've had this Show Do Man (RIP) album for years. I was always curious how Show Do Man was able to feature both of them on one song with their feud/Cold War. Highly recommended album.

Congo Mayeya

Koffi & Malage de Lugendo - Point Final

Wemba - Rocco Massala

Congolese Music / This villa looks rather familiar....
« on: January 13, 2016, 00:59 »
Was browsing classifieds in Kin and came across the home of a well-known musician being offered for rent.

If I'm not mistaken this is his main residence, right? Curious as to why he has it on the market.

I came across the August 1990 L'As des As article I have saved in my archives. The speculation of sacrifice surrounding his fatal July 1990 accident was the talk of summer; especially with the build up to the release of Kin é Bouge. In the article JB, Werra, Masela, Makaba, and two individuals close to Kombo give reflections.

Congolese Music / Nice throwback Wenge picture
« on: January 12, 2016, 06:02 »
 :D :D

Congolese Music / JB MPIANA Échauffement avant MATCH - EP
« on: January 08, 2016, 16:45 »
Available now on itunes and Spotify:

Taty Wabela Production

Congolese Music / Still My Favorite Diss Song
« on: December 12, 2015, 16:41 »
Malanda Ngombe; made explicitly for Ekumani at the height of their rivalry. Nevertheless, it has great general meaning about jealousy/greed and is incredibly well excited. This is also one of the first featurings of Koffi's young 2éme gen. of QL, most of whom would become stars in the years following.

Mawa trahison na yo po ozanga lupenmba
Mawa jalousie na yo po o nzagua mabé
Pitié chamazoulou po azanga reference
Oko nga jamais po motéma na yo mabé
Na ouenzé ozalaki na méssa kassi souvien toi zoulou
Marchandise ezala ki ya nga otékaki ozua ki interet ébélé

Congolese Music / This song is just right
« on: November 30, 2015, 17:06 »
Amour Sans Tache from Anti-Terro. I remember hearing/reading criticism from some about the album quality compared to TH & Internet and effect of the departure of Titina, but I always thought Anti-Terro was very solid album.

Congolese Music / Can someone explain this? Watanabe fight
« on: November 24, 2015, 05:04 »

This chap has a temper.  Summary of the description is that Heritier got into an altercation with Miel de son's bodyguard outside studio Kin24. Anymore details on why this confrontation occured?

Just focus on releasing your album and avoid polemics.

One of my very favorite songs from my youth and what drew me to Victoria Eleison. It’s been forgotten what a force Victoria was in the 80s. So much dedication was put into perfectionism and having a unique style.

It was one of the main songs for Kwamambu’s triumphant return to Kin Stade Kamanyola.

Then you have the Zenith Coup du Monde remix with Guejo Star, which regauged interest close to 20 years the original.

Lastly, the Zenith live version, which was of the sort to have the auidence completely silent, in awe.

Songs like this just don't exist anymore.

Congolese Music / Anyone see the clip for Monde ya Love?
« on: November 06, 2015, 04:15 »
 :o .... I recommend you not - Pure nonsense. If the DRC censor committees instill harsh penalties for sex-oriented dances and lyrics, why are some 4th and 5th gen artists still insisting? Sex sells, of course, but its just getting obscenely excessive. Nowadays one cannot watch new clips with family memebers without being on edge as to what to expect.

Congolese Music / Fantastic Duet by Dindo (RIP) and Bayilo Canto
« on: October 23, 2015, 03:55 »
From Soo-wa, one of my favorite albums. Well arranged and meaningful songs with the late Dindo Yogo's great, unique, (insert superlative) voice. Put two of the most soulful voices in Congolese music together and this is the result:

 :D :D ;D ;D

I sometimes wonder what Koffi sees in Cindy, but that's none of my business.   

Congolese Music / Generique de Grace Mbizi
« on: August 21, 2015, 13:33 »
Something is truly not right with this lady. She has a corrupted mind of shegue who has made it to Poto. No shame whatsoever :D


Not that its any of my business - Most people in Kin won't realize the car is borrowed, she probably lives in a hostile in a banlieue, and that she does more than just "journalism" to get by.

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