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Congolese Music / Re: LOL, THE LONDON ROADMEN HAVE TAKEN OVER... SKRRA
« Last post by CM PRINCE on November 17, 2017, 01:50 »
He's making us Londoners proud! Loool
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Congolese Music / LOL, THE LONDON ROADMEN HAVE TAKEN OVER... SKRRA
« Last post by Matebu on November 17, 2017, 00:28 »
The way this guy blew up internationally in just about a month is crazy. It was originally a comedy skit, now it's a song on the music charts and 50+ million views


Man can never be hot... perspiration ting  ;D ;D

Personally, I'm a bigger fan of Roll Safe (Kayode Ewumi) who did this first, but he didn't want to typecast as the character since he's a trained actor by profession.
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Really nice album, along with Jypson's, Titina's, Roi Soliel's, Mirage's, even CNN's and dare I say faux chanteur, Jordan Kusa's albums released during that period ('06-'09). Of course also Droit Chemin & Sens Interdit.

All of QL alumni have put out great albums, it must be said. I think it's a combination of musical education while in QL and access to musical resources (session artists and top studios).
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Nothing wrong with it at all (quick featuring for the song "Ban La"), but it's the closest he'll get to performing at his dream venue.
https://instagram.com/p/BbkwlYYD6nt/

Amazing how Youssou is the only artist who performs there annually.
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Apocalyps on the animation, Japonais Maladi on the lead, Brice Malonga on the keyboards, Champion Djikapela on the drums and Charly Mbonda on the conga's.
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General / Re: OFF-TOPIC: THE AFRICAN SLAVE TRADE STILL EXISTS
« Last post by mvulusi96 on November 16, 2017, 21:41 »
Slavery is still legal in Mauritania. Countries like Morroco, Tunesia & Algeria were one of the last to forbad it but they are still doing it, like Lydia and many Middle-East countries. Those Arab countries started the African Slave trade long centuries before the Europeans. But they were castrating them, so they could not get children. The Conference of Berlin (1885) made it difficult to continue the slave trade. With slave traders like Tippo Tip started a war in Belgium Congo (Kasai & Eastern Congo) to not lose their market, but they lost.
Berlin Conference was actually not so good for us since the colonies system start there, and you know that German tried their Holocaust machines in Namibia and Leopeold the king of Belgium did a real genocide of Congolese, cutting their arms if they didn't take enough Rubber and putting cannibalistic to guard this guys, when I see guys like brother Lukaku's Kompany, Cavanda, Benteke, Batshuayi (who said that is Belgian 100% and black only because of his parents) representing Belgium and speaking dutch the language that the Belgian king forbidden to teach to Congolese cause he thought us too much inferior really gets me angry, sometimes I would like to know what these parents teach to their sons for being this unrespectful to their motherland and why guys like Leopold are not treated like Hitler.
Anyway for the slave trade is sad but is still existing and Libya is like Germany in 1940's the only thing is that Western world doesn't give a fuck about Africans and black people in general if they aren't musicians or sportsmen. In Italy where I am born news of thousands of deaths per month in the sea gets treated like normality and people basically hate this guys, because they think that if they don't die and they succeed coming in Italy they will steal jobs to the white people -.- while if a guy kills a white guy over some terroristic shit people will get emotional, if sometimes I am bitter and not ver y selweet is because of this being black especially in Italy is not easy getting blamed for the bad things and at the same time seeing all those African peoe die without none giving a fuck except Sicilians and the people of Guardia Costiera

True. People in Boma were fooled by the people who were working for Leopold II . When they came they said to them that they are free and belong now to the Congo Free State. Alot of people were doubting about it. Some were happy because they thought that they were finally freed from the Portugese people were there since 1483 and having full control over the Kongo Kingdom since 1665.
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last i heard back then is that kibens made sure to send her to europe before they became ex-boyfriend and girlfriend

so the every singer from the Zenith 1999-squad had one of the girldancers as girlfriend (except Nono Dimants) ?  Alain Mpela and Tutu Calugi sharing Monica Celeste, Aimelia Lias having Patricia Bingetox, Kibens doing it Maguy.
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Congolese Music / Re: ALBUM MIRACLES OF LES MARQUIS DE MAISON MERE
« Last post by adrien242 on November 16, 2017, 21:15 »
I have  them two volume on CD but not sharing. Thank you...

I thought we could help each other on this forum. You were the person who could help me on this forum, I looked everywhere on the Internet in CD version but it is not found. On each digital platform it is the same version that was put that is to say music taken on Youtube then converts. I really like this album and it would be a great pleasure to be able to listen to it in good quality especially that our music uses each instrument. It's only for personal listening, please. Thank you
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Congolese Music / Re: CAMBODGE AND KIMBANGU LIGHTING IT UP
« Last post by Matebu on November 16, 2017, 21:10 »
Where is Chez Ndjonga at Paris?

Right outside Paris; 45 rue de la Commune de Paris, Romainville
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Congolese Music / Re: So crazy how Adolphe Dominguez lost this team in 1 year
« Last post by archos on November 16, 2017, 20:37 »
 last i heard back then is that kibens made sure to send her to europe before they became ex-boyfriend and girlfriend
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