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Wait who is this guy?! I recognize that the animator is from Defao's late 90s albums. Great music!
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I know Norbat has a day job (most sapeurs are scammers), but the collective cost of all the griffes (fashion) is a few hundred thousand dollars. On top of that, the clip was recorded in the States with his entire crew plus the session artists

Anyways, my favorite générique from 2019. Amazing how Pecos still has his voice. He arguably sounds better now then the late 90’s


Shout to Norbat to being a celebrity, and still putting out solid music as a hobby
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A lot of young French born drummers are like this!

Yeah, you guys have a lot of musical talent in every region.

 It’s a bit of a shame that When it comes to studio releases it’s only the Kin based getting the attention. There’s room for both. Guys like Sheta Spoon have put of much better recent stuff than Bill Clinton
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Congolese Music / NEYMAR SYNTHE STARTED HERE?
« Last post by Manzambi94 on Today at 00:22 »


Here Brigade call out the name of Neymar sytnhe at 07:58. I wonder if all of Brigade talented musicians like Alfred Solo and others had took another group route
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Like Franco Pepe Kalle said on the description of the video Bokilo tosuka wapi, i'm wondering how Koffi got Wemba and Kester together to record this song because from 1982 Emeneya did his own band Victoria Eleison ?? By the way, someone can traduce me the expression "Ekwe Mutu, Ekwe Ebende" please ?

I think Bokilo to suki wapi could have been in Pas de faux pas instead of V12 because the sound match so much with the sound of the album Pas de faux Pas.

For Ngobila, Koffi did at least three versions of this song but the version below is very underrated and yet sometimes I have the impression that this version is more beautiful than the known version with Josky. For me, Koffi should have remixed Ngobila (with Josky) by a version with Josky and Madilu and played by Ok Jazz (of course with Lutumba at the solo guitar)



For Kiki Ewing, personally I think this song shouldn't be remixed because, even though we have a loooot of good singer and good chorus in Congo, this song is very unique and Fally Ipupa, Jordan Kusa and Mamale Tupac are good singer but the same harmony as Carlito, Debaba and Defao...

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Congolese Music / Re: DEPLICK SAID ROBINIO BUY VIEWS
« Last post by Manzambi94 on April 05, 2020, 22:19 »
Guys please stop posting nonsense on this forum if you have nothing informative to post then don't post, this guy whole career never had a hit or performed anywhere abroad compared to the likes of Robinio and Innos. i laugh at people like him because Robinio does not consider Deplick, Fabregas a threat musically because both of them been done 5yrs ago. next time post entertaining/ intellectual videos and articles not point of views of ba musician moko boye ba sila kala I'm not interested
I think you could have put across your counter argument without necessarily attacking the one who posted by calling it a "nonsense post".

Don't answer him. Let him say stupid shit maybe he has a bad life who knows
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I have found some older Koffi songs that I wondered if they should have been remixed. I have found five songs of his that should have been remixed into QL albums that Koffi made. I will also tell which album that those songs would have fitted.

Here ist is.


First song is called Henritie. This song where Kester Emeneya sounds wonderful with Koffi Olomide. Koffi really sings higher than he should have.
What album that should have been remixed: Droit de Veto, because when I hear this song, it gives the sunny sound and potential sound for a rock sound from Beniko. Also, it could have been a solid uptempo rumba with the vocals of Modogo, Bouro Mpela and Sam Tshintu


It comes the nice trio that have the harmonies of Kester Emeneya, Koffi Olomide and Papa Wemba where Wemba sounded really nice. However, I feel especially with issues with Papa Wemba, Koffi could have remixed this song with his band Quartier Latin.
What album that should have been remixed: V12, because I could see Babia (r.i.p) really putting his own twist into this song and the harmonies would have been good with him, Koffi and Suzuki since Suzuki would able to put his own baritone sound.


This song has a nice sweet meldoy with the guitars. Josky and Koffi were on top with their harmonies. This song would have the Tcha-Tcho effect if it was remixed.
What album that should have been remixed: Ultimatum, because I could see the choir harmony of Suzuki, Bouro Mpela and Modogo since he will have the bass effect that would be nice to have in this song. Also, I could see how the guitar would respond well with Somono and Mboshi as their animations would be on fire.


I love this song so much. The harmonies between Koffi Olomide and Josky and Koffi's solo vocals were on top. I amazed how great the songs were. All Koffi fans need to hear this song. It shows his great vocal sound and how he delivered this song.
We saw a little live performance with Josky and Madilu here. It was excellent

Koffi should have definitively remixed this song
What album that should have been remixed: Loi, because it could bring the sound that this album had. Also, here Koffi could have done a duet with Sam Tshintu with Koffi singing Josky's tone while Sam would have sung Koffi's tone. This song would have been perfect for a Koffi-Sam duoship. Motomolo was very good but this remix song would have shown more of Koffi and Sam only.


This song is called Kiki Ewing. Now this song is the bang. Hear the choir ship of Carlyto, Debaba and Defao. Koffi did a great job singing. He should have remixed from 3:45 when the trio did their famous line.
What album that should have been remixed: Force de Frappe, because I could definitively see a choir trioship of Fally Ipupa, Jordan Kusa and Mamale Tupac because I think they would have been perfect together to do the choir work while Koffi would sing a little more relaxed and posed. Also CNN would have done this song more justice with his fiesty voice.
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Congolese Music / Re: THE NDOMBOLO TRENDSETTERS BIOGRAPHIES ACT TWO
« Last post by Mukulu on April 05, 2020, 21:35 »

Archos, Do you still have in mind, the line up of Wenge Junior? Ferré was part of the group?
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Congolese Music / Re: THE NDOMBOLO TRENDSETTERS BIOGRAPHIES ACT TWO
« Last post by archos on April 05, 2020, 21:23 »
I heard one of the main reasons why Jordan stopped being Koffi's attack dog was because JB Mpiana reached out to him and they made peace. Is that true?

I remember being disappointed when I saw Jordan not appear in Danger de Mort, despite participation on Monde Arabe and preperation for Danger de Mort.

Naa man it was the other way around, he called JB when Koffi and Jb were about to make peace, but Jb was like “ahh kusa you went too far” but eventually Jb forgave him.

Jordan was long gone by the time Danger de mort came out. He left before Ferre arrived.


èèèhhh djo roy tala ba kusa,alingaki abosana que aza petit ya palais :D :D :D :D :D :D
every single of the latino guys who were in that video and returned to kinshasa went to jb concerts afterwards(fally,tyson,passe kosse,soleil...)
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Congolese Music / Re: THE NDOMBOLO TRENDSETTERS BIOGRAPHIES ACT TWO
« Last post by CM PRINCE on April 05, 2020, 21:16 »
I heard one of the main reasons why Jordan stopped being Koffi's attack dog was because JB Mpiana reached out to him and they made peace. Is that true?

I remember being disappointed when I saw Jordan not appear in Danger de Mort, despite participation on Monde Arabe and preperation for Danger de Mort.

Naa man it was the other way around, he called JB when Koffi and Jb were about to make peace, but Jb was like “ahh kusa you went too far” but eventually Jb forgave him.

Jordan was long gone by the time Danger de mort came out. He left before Ferre arrived.
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