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Yh it ended up being in Broadwater farm but I found it very enjoyable and Jamaique kinda impressed me  especially on some of Brigades cries

The intro was fire. Solist Pitshou Satiango was right when saying that he and Bizima came with something new when joining El Paris. I wonder solist Ocean Indien didn't wore an uniform like the rest of the band (he plays lead during Ibrahim, Zulu 21, Britanny la Fille du Roi and Kanda Ngobila).
Those two brought such a burst of energy that allowed them to keep pace with the likes of QL, WMMM, BCBG etc (music wise)

Something that took me a while to like was Pentagone as much as it sounds weird.

Congolese Music / Re: Werrason live at Nuit de la Francophonie
« on: August 08, 2023, 23:55 »
so nobody on this forum likes Werrason ?
Werra is a legend but as of right now……there are other artists and bands better than Werra and Maison Mere.
Look at the shows Light Music Villanova and La Team Wata have been putting on and then look at Maison Mere.
You’re overhyping Light Music Villanova big time lool
Yh literally LM Villanova performances ain’t all that.  La Team Wata and Wenge BCBG do the best shows right now. And then probably WMMM but that’s only because nobody else performs as often as those three, WMMM still have decent instrumentalists and vocals but it’s not great although they put on a good show

Congolese Music / Where has Kin creative dancing gone??
« on: August 07, 2023, 20:20 »
This past few days I have been watching a lot of Dakumuda clips and some old Radja kula. The choreography is impeccable and so many dances you could pick. But now it’s so boring also I think a reason why congolese music is falling behind.

Congolese Music / Re: Werrason live at Nuit de la Francophonie
« on: August 07, 2023, 02:45 »
I never realised how good Catholique could be at Heritiers vocals, Jamaique is so so mediocre. The only thing that even makes me think hes still there is that he has memorised all the animation loool

Even me I thought Zaiko created that Zapata partition loooool even here in London at any young people congolese or francophone event that one is serioussss

Congolese Music / Re: Dream Team - Contre Attaque
« on: July 05, 2023, 21:01 »
Loooool this is even cruel but Koffi is so good at taking things from others and refining them to the point you’ll even think he made it

Congolese Music / Re: Dream Team - Contre Attaque
« on: July 04, 2023, 17:52 »

Yhh Droit de veto was also where it was first introduced to me thank you for these recommendations.


This has been my song of the month even and there’s a part of it at 4:25 of “ahhhh Kibinda eyyy , ah Kibinda ya yo” and I wanted to know what other songs have this animation because it’s now stuck in my head.

I asked myself the same questions, maybe they get contract to be the only seller of beer at the artist concerts?

« on: June 15, 2023, 20:56 »
This guy has lost the plot COMPLETELY looooooool

The Congolese community in uk is quite strong not for a full o2 butttt Fally has many fans in London from Ivorian, Cameroonian etc other francophone. He could definitely do 10k plus but im not sure about 20.

Mboka Mboka was definitely one of the best out of the bunch, and Ngwende too. Like I said todays generiques are quite bad and don’t age well compared to before. There’s no more classics, the fact that Papa Mobimba is still a hit even though its average says a lot, or even ecole because of the leg dance says a lot
Literally not many if any at all Generique that I hear and have to get up immediately

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