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Congolese Music / Re: MOST ANNOYING CHANTS/DANCES?
« Last post by Manzambi94 on December 12, 2017, 07:59 »
i might shock people but i hated kisanola and linda castro something told me it would mark a decline in dances
not saying dances are that bad these days but its always better dances you can properly freestyle to
i bet the homie JV will say wazekwa's dances :D :D :D
apoca was  one another planet lol whenever he animated except examen ebimi i was putting sound off
Yeeeeeeeeeeeee nooo Kisanola was one of the most danceable cries in Wenge history, how can you hate that?
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Congolese Music / Re: Before Aliane Olomide we had Stephanie
« Last post by Manzambi94 on December 12, 2017, 07:56 »
Of all of them after Koffi... I’d say Makaba Prince is the G when it comes to Ladie( my bro jokingly used to tell me its the lightskin effect him, JB and Masela, had that got them more b*tches than the likes of Werra,tata and Cele Bula ????????????)
Speaking about Makaba, yall know he had his first daughter at 14?! How old was the girl tho lol

Yea man, he went into detail about it on i think Noella Madinga's show a few years ago. He said he regretted it, but with his nostalgic tone you could tell he was loving every minute in the early days, kiekie. He was Zaire's Drake ("innocent face" but body count is crazier than the rest) and his band mates got jealous at times

With Wemba stating that his early girlfriends were older than him, it prob the same situation for Ordinateur








About Drake, his story with the ladies is pretty bizarre, I remember when he was an actor in Canada (Degrassi High the most famous show he had participated) and came into America without a deal, he had the fame of the friendzoned guy, the sensitive guy, the guy who answer beefs with love songs, then he signed with Young Money and we all know how he went, ladies starting to notice him few years ago, when he spent more time at the gym and became the most known artist worldwide on Spotify and solidified that success with Hotline Bling, dated Rihanna for years, Serena Williams, and lately even Nicki Minaj who always said that Drake to him is a brother gave him a chance and dated him, it is crazy how fame change the prospective that people have on you, anyway talking about labels, all black and African labels should follow young money examples, Lil Wayne (Global star) Nicki & Drake (Global stars) and Tyga (started well but lost himself in the road) Birdman focused on the development of this for artist and now all the world know their name, that's how you run a music label, furthermore back to Drake he had an hilarious song on the ESPYS awards (Awards for rewarding the sportsmen and sportswomen of all sports) few years ago check it at the 12:10 minute, talking about the same thing we are talking sportsman and side pieces or in pur case musician and side pieces


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Congolese Music / Re: FERRE&JETSET LIVE 9/12/17
« Last post by POLE POSTION on December 12, 2017, 07:13 »
Jdog you know our failure is coming to these shores and picking up their dirty minds and behaviours.

You speak to anyone in the whole of Congo and they will advise you to go get yourself checked out because most of the people there did not  take it the way you are taking it this is why most of our young people here in the west have lots to learn.

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Congolese Music / Re: MOST ANNOYING CHANTS/DANCES?
« Last post by CM PRINCE on December 12, 2017, 02:05 »
You know what I also hated the koyimbi ko chants and dances at concerts that was by far overdone like for 3 years that's all they was doing at concerts it was unbelievable
And also I forgot to add "aller sarkozy" during the bord ezanga kombo era the chant was annoying and the dance was just lazy not usual for the QL standard and also the fact that that along with c'est le moment was HEAVILY chanted during concerts and was barely featured in the album was just a piss take
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Congolese Music / Re: MOST ANNOYING CHANTS/DANCES?
« Last post by archos on December 12, 2017, 01:51 »
 i might shock people but i hated kisanola and linda castro something told me it would mark a decline in dances
not saying dances are that bad these days but its always better dances you can properly freestyle to
i bet the homie JV will say wazekwa's dances :D :D :D
apoca was  one another planet lol whenever he animated except examen ebimi i was putting sound off
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Congolese Music / Re: MOST ANNOYING CHANTS/DANCES?
« Last post by CM PRINCE on December 12, 2017, 01:31 »
"Ntaba ntaba ntaba" and those other danger de mort chants by apocalypse and also "Ce'st le moment" by gessac smh
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Congolese Music / MOST ANNOYING CHANTS/DANCES?
« Last post by Matebu on December 12, 2017, 01:12 »
"Tchaka tchaka, Tchaka tchaka yo, Tchaka tchaka, Tchaka tchaka niata, Tchaka tchaka yo, Tchaka tchaka boma ma, Tchaka tchaka, Tchaka tchaka yo, Tchaka tchaka niata, Tchaka tchaka yo, Tchaka tchaka boma ma, Tcha Tcha Tcha Tcha Tchaka tchaka, Tchaka tchaka yo, Tchaka tchaka, Tchaka tchaka niata, Tchaka tchaka yo, Tchaka tchaka boma ma...." - Tutu Calludji 2000-2002

It was fun in the begining, particularly on the fire sebene portion of "Walay Danico", but afterwards at concerts Tutu beat just it to beyond death. I was convinced he ran out of ideas and his atalakou days were starting to pass him

What are other chant/dances you guys find annoying or bad?
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Congolese Music / Re: Letis Madilu & Bana System
« Last post by Matebu on December 12, 2017, 00:43 »
Letis was Madilu's "fils à papa" (favorite son). He always gave him mabanaga andbasically groomed him to be his successor. But as it the case of almost all musician offspring, it has been difficult for him to get traction. His group is young recruit and some musicians from Madilu's Rouyame Système

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Congolese Music / Re: Before Aliane Olomide we had Stephanie
« Last post by Matebu on December 12, 2017, 00:39 »
Of all of them after Koffi... I’d say Makaba Prince is the G when it comes to Ladie( my bro jokingly used to tell me its the lightskin effect him, JB and Masela, had that got them more b*tches than the likes of Werra,tata and Cele Bula ????????????)
Speaking about Makaba, yall know he had his first daughter at 14?! How old was the girl tho lol

Yea man, he went into detail about it on i think Noella Madinga's show a few years ago. He said he regretted it, but with his nostalgic tone you could tell he was loving every minute in the early days, kiekie. He was Zaire's Drake ("innocent face" but body count is crazier than the rest) and his band mates got jealous at times

With Wemba stating that his early girlfriends were older than him, it prob the same situation for Ordinateur   
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Congolese Music / Letis Madilu & Bana System
« Last post by Tata Nkiadi on December 12, 2017, 00:27 »
I recently discovered this pretty dope album. I am still listening to it, but I'm feeling the track Ma Molangi.

 Archos can you give us some backrground on Letis Madilu and his group Bana System? I assume he's the son of the late Madilu System?
 

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