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Congolese Music / Are we biased
« Last post by BrazzaBoy on October 17, 2017, 05:12 »
I live in the states and get to listen to a lot music from all over the world and have still yet to find anything as close to what we can do with the guitar. Just wondering if weMre biased when we say that because of the fact we grew up with the music lr are we really a few light years ahead? Are we buggin or what? Wish we had europeans on the forum and people from the rest of the world on the forum so we could really get to the bottom of this
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Congolese Music / Re: THIS JAMAIQUE GUY IS DESTINED TO BIG GROUPS
« Last post by Matebu on October 17, 2017, 04:42 »
Excellent. The type of guy Werra wuld summon to La Zamba with the quickness with his obssession with finding the best Bill replacement

He would scare atalakous at tests
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Congolese Music / Re: THE GREATEST ATALAKOU BATTLE EVER
« Last post by Matebu on October 17, 2017, 00:39 »
Please, I would like to know what he(Ekokota) has been up to since he is no longer doing music.

 Roberto, Djuna Mumbafu, and Nono are the fathers, in my opinion.

Oh how could I forget to include the great 3615 Code Niawu? So popular and influential throughout the late 80's -90's. He has by far the biggest album resume of any atalakou
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Completely agree with Mozambique94. Im in the states and hip hop used to have the same problem. There hasnt been a billboard top 10 that didnt have a least 5 songs from hip hop/r’n’b and yet the style was still so undocumented. They just now starting to get things right after realizing that the people wanna know. Now you have the likes of Tupac movies, NWA movies, Bobby Brown and New Edition and many more to come because although people dont expect it those projects usually go far beyond expectations as far as success(Prime example being the NWA movie). I’ve though long and hard and find it baffling that for a genre of music that is by far one of the most popular in the world, we dont have a movie about Koffi, Nothing on Papa Wemba since la vie est belle which was 30 years ago, No wenge movie, not even a freaking ZAIKO movie. Not even one back home from a small production. Its really unbelievable. Archos write your book fam, the people wanna know trust me.
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Congolese Music / Re: THE GREATEST ATALAKOU BATTLE EVER
« Last post by CM PRINCE on October 16, 2017, 21:46 »
Roberto was of another dimension, guys pike Prince, Kumzardo, Brandon, Bercy wouldn't even had a chance if Roberto was still active in the Congolese system of music, I think the only guy who has the same fire when he sings is Fusèe
Naaa I disagree Roberto would have been seen as past it if he was still active look at bill and plus when tutu was unleashed in petagone ekokota and his style of animation started fading same bivens bienvenue in QL with mbochi and somono and nono in zaiko with papy cochaine
Man listen only the part from 5:15 until the end



And this is not even the genrrique but only a Seven he had 3 minutes and few seconds for animating and he crashed it, do you hear the energy the vibe neither Bill could sing with so much enthusiasm, Bill is a showman but Roberto Ekokota is the guy who walks and shines nobody can top that
Yeah ekokota is one of the goats but you said if he was still active today bercy and co would struggle that's not true cause everyone's time comes and goes heck if he was still active I guarantee you people would be saying he's past it and so on given how it is nowadays like I said he started fading during pentagone that song kaskin is Over 20 years old now And he was much younger back then so that's a weird anolgoy you're using
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Congolese Music / Re: THE GREATEST ATALAKOU BATTLE EVER
« Last post by Toolz on October 16, 2017, 21:40 »
Please, I would like to know what he(Ekokota) has been up to since he is no longer doing music.



He lives in Brussels and performs occasionally there on the weekends.


He looks to be in good spirits, but for guy I consider the cornerstone of atalakou I wish he was still was spoken with the same esteem the Wenge founders are. He needs to be in Kinshasa guiding the young guys. Especially teaching them the importance of the shaker.

 Roberto, Djuna Mumbafu, and Nono are the fathers, in my opinion.

Thanks Matebu. Good to know he is fine.
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Congolese Music / Re: THE GREATEST ATALAKOU BATTLE EVER
« Last post by Manzambi94 on October 16, 2017, 21:00 »
Roberto was of another dimension, guys pike Prince, Kumzardo, Brandon, Bercy wouldn't even had a chance if Roberto was still active in the Congolese system of music, I think the only guy who has the same fire when he sings is Fusèe
Naaa I disagree Roberto would have been seen as past it if he was still active look at bill and plus when tutu was unleashed in petagone ekokota and his style of animation started fading same bivens bienvenue in QL with mbochi and somono and nono in zaiko with papy cochaine
Man listen only the part from 5:15 until the end



And this is not even the genrrique but only a Seven he had 3 minutes and few seconds for animating and he crashed it, do you hear the energy the vibe neither Bill could sing with so much enthusiasm, Bill is a showman but Roberto Ekokota is the guy who walks and shines nobody can top that
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Congolese Music / Re: WENGE BCBG... NEW SLAVES???
« Last post by EMOVICTEAM on October 16, 2017, 19:33 »
I wouldn't keep up with bcbg if i were in the genta group. Waste of time. The reason jbs artists do not make it by themselves, is the lack of exposure on stage and through constantly producing music. Jb takes 10yrs to produce one primus promo song. How does a young Obama get exposed? No way. I have said time and time again, fat Jb needed a mass revolution n mass exodus. Chai, zulema, Abraham, nono Fuji, sakoko , genta should have done a faction.
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Congolese Music / Re: THE GREATEST ATALAKOU BATTLE EVER
« Last post by PCGY KASTELLO on October 16, 2017, 19:29 »
Roberto Ekokota is timeless.....to sum up he is simply the Best. Bill was amazing because he was in the right band. Equally Celeo scrame. The moment they left Wenge MM, that was the end. The Chemestry of that group made it easier for people such as Celeo, Bill, and Kapaya Flame to be easily identified
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Congolese Music / Re: THE GREATEST ATALAKOU BATTLE EVER
« Last post by Matebu on October 16, 2017, 19:15 »
Please, I would like to know what he(Ekokota) has been up to since he is no longer doing music.

He lives in Brussels and performs occasionally there on the weekends.


He looks to be in good spirits, but for guy I consider the cornerstone of atalakou I wish he was still was spoken with the same esteem the Wenge founders are. He needs to be in Kinshasa guiding the young guys. Especially teaching them the importance of the shaker.

 Roberto, Djuna Mumbafu, and Nono are the fathers, in my opinion.
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