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Congolese Music / Re: THE GREATEST ATALAKOU BATTLE EVER
« Last post by archos on Today at 23:11 »
 full king is the second guy after werra here doing animation with ekokota
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Congolese Music / Re: THE GREATEST ATALAKOU BATTLE EVER
« Last post by archos on Today at 23:07 »
his real name is jean-robert which was turned into roberto
yes actually its part of a song bana odeon used to sing at funerals tutu and co modified later into animation(for example the way recently some guys modified gospel into animation)
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Congolese Music / Re: THE GREATEST ATALAKOU BATTLE EVER
« Last post by Manzambi94 on Today at 22:45 »
ROBERTO EKOKOTA WUNDA  was born in 1971 and raised in kinshasa in the area of kintambo were he started music in early 80's as a dancer in traditional groups playing what we know now as bonioma and playing mbonda aswell
around 1985 he will be trained to play shaker and start animation by late vieux obigo the creator of the word "atalaku" in the group bana odeon and he will quickly  learn his trade and in 1986 he will arrive in final of a competition between street groups in the group attraction babylone of kintambo along with the likes of patient kusangila and ali mbonda
in 1987 1988 when wenge musica is looking for an atalaku as full king who they had in the band did not convince them, werra will discover  ekokota thanks to his friend papy mavuzi (the older brother of blanchard mosaka) as roberto used to work with their younger brother "levieux" mavuzi and they used to live on same avenue as mampata and straight away he is invited to join wenge musica and take 1st spot next to full king and he will bring with him the style from bana odeon which is also already exploited in zaiko and empire by nono and djouna mumbafu
 while he missed out on first album mulolo he will participate on second album kin e bouger where he adds his first song ngoma maguy which is a song from bana odeon in which he anticipates wenge music getting "champion du zaire" title shouting it in the sebene part of that song
he starts earning himself a solid reputation as he matches djouna with his energetic style aswell as dance skills and he will confirm his status of one of the best atalakus of the country in kalayi boeing with "boma liwanza"and becomes a big favourite of the leaders of the group
as he will continue to shine in les anges adorables he welcomes another atalaku tutu caludji to complement him and will form with him a solid partnership
 in album pentagone he will be credited the generique which is also an old songs from bana odeon which he reworked but in this period he will start having a drop in performances as he faces a lot of problems with his throat and to add insult to injury he will have serious problems which will require surgery but in the meantime he is technically part of the team creating wenge bcbg as generique of titanic is credited to him due to start of generique coming from him
in early 2000's he'll go back to kin and brazzaville to try forming a band but it did not work out and he disappeared from then

so Roberto is his real name ? is he Angolese like Nyoka Longo, Manuaku, etc. ?

Wow is is that beginning only "totala ndenge titanic ezali kondida ooh" or also that part of "tala maman dileh, bana nketo dilooh" , which Theo Mbala and Mboshi Lipassa also animated ?

Man I would have seen him doing those Bana Odeon-Intro's in Anges Adorables and Kalayi Boeing, because I used to love their folkloric music. Did they ever recorded an album ?
Is Angolan* noto Angolese
Anyway who Is this Full King? Wow I habe neber heard of Jim was he so bad?
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Congolese Music / Re: THE GREATEST ATALAKOU BATTLE EVER
« Last post by mvulusi96 on Today at 22:22 »
ROBERTO EKOKOTA WUNDA  was born in 1971 and raised in kinshasa in the area of kintambo were he started music in early 80's as a dancer in traditional groups playing what we know now as bonioma and playing mbonda aswell
around 1985 he will be trained to play shaker and start animation by late vieux obigo the creator of the word "atalaku" in the group bana odeon and he will quickly  learn his trade and in 1986 he will arrive in final of a competition between street groups in the group attraction babylone of kintambo along with the likes of patient kusangila and ali mbonda
in 1987 1988 when wenge musica is looking for an atalaku as full king who they had in the band did not convince them, werra will discover  ekokota thanks to his friend papy mavuzi (the older brother of blanchard mosaka) as roberto used to work with their younger brother "levieux" mavuzi and they used to live on same avenue as mampata and straight away he is invited to join wenge musica and take 1st spot next to full king and he will bring with him the style from bana odeon which is also already exploited in zaiko and empire by nono and djouna mumbafu
 while he missed out on first album mulolo he will participate on second album kin e bouger where he adds his first song ngoma maguy which is a song from bana odeon in which he anticipates wenge music getting "champion du zaire" title shouting it in the sebene part of that song
he starts earning himself a solid reputation as he matches djouna with his energetic style aswell as dance skills and he will confirm his status of one of the best atalakus of the country in kalayi boeing with "boma liwanza"and becomes a big favourite of the leaders of the group
as he will continue to shine in les anges adorables he welcomes another atalaku tutu caludji to complement him and will form with him a solid partnership
 in album pentagone he will be credited the generique which is also an old songs from bana odeon which he reworked but in this period he will start having a drop in performances as he faces a lot of problems with his throat and to add insult to injury he will have serious problems which will require surgery but in the meantime he is technically part of the team creating wenge bcbg as generique of titanic is credited to him due to start of generique coming from him
in early 2000's he'll go back to kin and brazzaville to try forming a band but it did not work out and he disappeared from then

so Roberto is his real name ? is he Angolese like Nyoka Longo, Manuaku, etc. ?

Wow is is that beginning only "totala ndenge titanic ezali kondida ooh" or also that part of "tala maman dileh, bana nketo dilooh" , which Theo Mbala and Mboshi Lipassa also animated ?

Man I would have seen him doing those Bana Odeon-Intro's in Anges Adorables and Kalayi Boeing, because I used to love their folkloric music. Did they ever recorded an album ?
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Congolese Music / Re: THIS JAMAIQUE GUY IS DESTINED TO BIG GROUPS
« Last post by Jdog on Today at 21:56 »
This guy is really good, he has the least look, dance, he can do falsetto and tenor animation he can also sing.
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Congolese Music / Re: WERRASON'S CAMP APPROACH JAMAIQUE
« Last post by archos on Today at 21:45 »
i believe abraham performed at la zamba festival in summer,he said on tv that he performed and he was surprised to see that werra was there and at the end werra saluted him and said "you have a good team"(in which he wont mind to pick? loooool)
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Congolese Music / Re: THE GREATEST ATALAKOU BATTLE EVER
« Last post by archos on Today at 21:40 »
ROBERTO EKOKOTA WUNDA  was born in 1971 and raised in kinshasa in the area of kintambo were he started music in early 80's as a dancer in traditional groups playing what we know now as bonioma and playing mbonda aswell
around 1985 he will be trained to play shaker and start animation by late vieux obigo the creator of the word "atalaku" in the group bana odeon and he will quickly  learn his trade and in 1986 he will arrive in final of a competition between street groups in the group attraction babylone of kintambo along with the likes of patient kusangila and ali mbonda
in 1987 1988 when wenge musica is looking for an atalaku as full king who they had in the band did not convince them, werra will discover  ekokota thanks to his friend papy mavuzi (the older brother of blanchard mosaka) as roberto used to work with their younger brother "levieux" mavuzi and they used to live on same avenue as mampata and straight away he is invited to join wenge musica and take 1st spot next to full king and he will bring with him the style from bana odeon which is also already exploited in zaiko and empire by nono and djouna mumbafu
 while he missed out on first album mulolo he will participate on second album kin e bouger where he adds his first song ngoma maguy which is a song from bana odeon in which he anticipates wenge music getting "champion du zaire" title shouting it in the sebene part of that song
he starts earning himself a solid reputation as he matches djouna with his energetic style aswell as dance skills and he will confirm his status of one of the best atalakus of the country in kalayi boeing with "boma liwanza"and becomes a big favourite of the leaders of the group
as he will continue to shine in les anges adorables he welcomes another atalaku tutu caludji to complement him and will form with him a solid partnership
 in album pentagone he will be credited the generique which is also an old songs from bana odeon which he reworked but in this period he will start having a drop in performances as he faces a lot of problems with his throat and to add insult to injury he will have serious problems which will require surgery but in the meantime he is technically part of the team creating wenge bcbg as generique of titanic is credited to him due to start of generique coming from him
in early 2000's he'll go back to kin and brazzaville to try forming a band but it did not work out and he disappeared from then
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Congolese Music / Re: WERRASON'S CAMP APPROACH JAMAIQUE
« Last post by CM PRINCE on Today at 21:20 »
WMM is about competition. They don't count bodies.  You have to be aggressive and perform.  So it would be right move for Jamaique. I don't think BCBC is good for any youngster who wants to make a name. Too relaxed.  Jamaique is made for WMM.  Werra  likes such charismatic atalukus
Spot on nkosi
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Congolese Music / Re: WERRASON'S CAMP APPROACH JAMAIQUE
« Last post by Manzambi94 on Today at 20:51 »
Yes you are right the problem is not for Jamaïque but for the other ones, do you remember how Heritier attacked Brigade over some stupid jealousy??? And do you remember how Lobeso got 12'd until he himself decided to leave MM for Atalakus might be the best move for their career but not the best for their psychology
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Congolese Music / Re: WERRASON'S CAMP APPROACH JAMAIQUE
« Last post by Nkosi on Today at 20:43 »
WMM is about competition. They don't count bodies.  You have to be aggressive and perform.  So it would be right move for Jamaique. I don't think BCBC is good for any youngster who wants to make a name. Too relaxed.  Jamaique is made for WMM.  Werra  likes such charismatic atalukus
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