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I hope someone will found Makwa Ndungu some day. I read somewhere that the RTNC lost their copy.


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Congolese Music / Re: Zaïko Langa Langa live in Dubai 2022
« on: March 23, 2022, 15:02 »
Me too!!

Apart from that, nobody did better than Zaïko yesterday

Congolese Music / Zaïko Langa Langa live in Dubai 2022
« on: March 22, 2022, 22:33 »

Did someone notice? from 12:07

I loved when they sang Sultan de Brunei Kaskinto


Zaïko's performance was fire !! Pure sebene !!

The synth makes it sound sad. It's a very nice song !!

Lol the way everyone is scared including Ingénieur Zorg


Clearly this was sung against N'Gossanga, listen from 1:53

Yes, he passed away this morning

Conglese artists often lie. Like nkisi, they will never admit it openly on tv.

About Franco and Verckys it was know by everybody that they were doing it, because Congolese people never have secrets when doing such business.That's also why they are often arrested or getting snitched. Because before or after doing that kind of business they go to restaurants or bars to brag about it and some for everbody buying drinks, etc. not knowing that there are informants of the police present or rivals. The friend of Niarcos, Niengeton once talked in one of his many videos on youtube about the way Niarcos and him stole some bags from Franco in Brussels. Also before King Kester Emeneya death, Emeneya revealed in one of his last interviews (I think the one with Papa Griffe) that they didn't finish in reality the Europe-tour of 1980, because they got deported when the police found drugs in their house. Franco claimed that it came from them, which made Viva La Musica getting deported. Once in Kinshasa, Papa Wemba and Franco got questioned about it by journalist Lunkunu Sampu during Wemba's show at the national television, but guys denying it.  Even politicians were involved in the business. When Koffi Olomide got in conflict with Zacharie Bababaswe back in 1999. He was about to denounce it, what Koffi used to do in the 80s and 90s in Europe, but people calmed him down.  Franco was also the first artist to do the ngulu-business, but back then artists were paying attention to it, its only years later that they also entered that business.

I always laugh when I hear this stories, they're very interesting. Thanks for the reply

Is this the Emma Vuiti he's talking about? I first listened to his album last year:


So he lied here? From 3:04

One of the best interviews I’ve ever seen

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