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Congolese Music / Re: HAPPY BIRTHDAY MOPAO MOKONZI
« on: July 13, 2021, 20:03 »
Happy birthday to the Quadrakora man. God bless him. Amen.

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Congolese Music / Re: ALAIN MPELA DANCING WITH HIS DAUGHTERS
« on: July 01, 2021, 17:51 »
That’s not even a quarter of his kids  ;D ;D



Ah ha! ;D ;D ;D ;D
Na so dem plenty reach...? 
Like Alain like Bouro... ;D

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Operation Dragon
GB Gros Bebe
Logique
Suivez le Guide
Bilan
RAS
Robot
Blandine
Le Grand Monsieur
Generation Bercy
Tave
Annie
Babou
Le Vent du Soir
Medecin de Nuit
13 Ans

Regardless of the winner, both albums are classic albums where the respective artists and their bands (at least the lineups of the time) had really hit their stride. Effrakata is basically Koffi's second peak as far as rumbas are concerned, and the Generation Bercy of QL had truly matured as a unit here and established themselves. Kibuisa Mpimpa has sebenes that are aggressive, but not too aggressive yet not that mellow, it has bits and pieces of other genres like hip hop, salsa, reggae and even jazz and it shows how the Maison Mere Dream Team Dream Band instantly bounced back after losing Adolphe and Lacoste. That said, when needed, Effrakata still had the sebenes to get you grooving and Kibuisa has its fair share of memorable rumbas.

We should also give credits to the arrangers who gave each album their own special touch. Philippe Guez worked on both albums and listening to his work (Blandine, Robot and Medecin de Nuit stand out), you could tell that he added his own spin on rumba and helped both men fulfil the vision they had for their songs without diluting it. Al Nzimbi arranged Kibuisa Mpimpa, and he used his keyboards as background to fill out the songs a bit more while still keeping the guitars audible. He knew which sound to use at the right moment, and so did Philippe. All in all, two albums that Congolese music lovers will still praise for years to come.

Beautiful analysis. I like it.

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Congolese Music / Re: Loi or Effrakata
« on: June 23, 2021, 19:37 »
Loi is crap, I never rated it. The album was poorly executed it had no continuity unlike his previous solo efforts, the sebene on most songs sound monotonous even the lyrically content on rumbas are somewhat shallow and vague. Loi will never compete with Effrakata as it hasn’t aged well with time.
Are you serious??? First you say Sanction is a crap now Loi is crap and hasn’t aged well?? Lord what are you gonna say next

Lol, knowing him, he'll probably say that Solola Bien and Kibuisa Mpimpa are overrated. And the hottest take'll be rating Mayi ya Sika and Techno Malewa over both albums.


Chai! ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D

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Congolese Music / Re: NEW CLIP MISE A JOUR BY ERIC TUTSI
« on: June 14, 2021, 16:14 »
Cool.

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Congolese Music / Re: FIRE AT STUDIO NDIAYE
« on: June 10, 2021, 20:13 »
Terrible.

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Congolese Music / Re: FIRE AT STUDIO NDIAYE
« on: June 10, 2021, 17:18 »
However we may want to look at it, it is a huge loss. I really feel for the owner of the studio.

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i think the 2008 team was the worst,each of the singers had at least 2 guys of nkisi in every crowd of rehearsal,to extent that even  nsone was saying "podium ekomi kilo"


What does "podium ekomi kilo" mean?

Werra was finding the podium"heavy" because there was too much spiritual things happening,between those who were attacking  eachother over competition,those over women,those to seduce werra to become automatic in all trips...


Wow!Thanks bro.

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i think the 2008 team was the worst,each of the singers had at least 2 guys of nkisi in every crowd of rehearsal,to extent that even  nsone was saying "podium ekomi kilo"


What does "podium ekomi kilo" mean?

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Congolese Music / Re: Apparently Lebou Kabuya passed away
« on: May 17, 2021, 01:35 »
May his soul rest in peace. Amen.

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This is really nice.

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wazekwa always says there must have been something spiritual,joss was heading to studio with cultura  then he received no call or whatever he changed completely direction to go to montfleury and when cultura bodyguard who sat next to him realised he was heading towards koffi's house(as it had already started with gesac gone) they fought and joss even hit a lamppostwith the car as he insisted to go to koffi's house at all costs and wanted to take driver seat
eclipse rightfully revealed what wazekwa told them even before all that "i can feel something ugly about to happen,be careful with who approaches you and what he says,be careful with women they can be sent on mission,i just can sense something coming"
and at the same time,this fear/anticipation got wazekwa nervous when signs started to happen of musicians approached at rehearsal and things like that,so he was more strict on everything more cautious on everything more rude when artists did something wrong  and could not realise that he could have turned the thing around maybe by "paying them to stay" or making them big promises(like those who stayed after les marquis/academia)

It seems Wazekwa takes his band members like a part of his family. He seems concerned about them and their wellbeing in a way....

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fara-fara concerts that I want to see are Heritier Wantanabe vs Fabregas, JB Mpiana vs Zaiko Nouvelle Formule, Ferre Gola vs Fally Ipupa, Zaiko Nouvelle Formule vs Koffi Olomide and Inoss B vs Gaz Mawete. But it won't happen because they are all sacred like babies.
You speak nothing but facts masta.

Loool guys even just to go clubbing they now have people in charge of checking for the whole day if any other artist  especially rivals plans to come there at any moment of the night
they just cant go and have fun all is super calculated
even public rehearsals have vanished a bit in favour of rehearsal at the leader's house because of excessive fear                                                             


They have problems. Serious one.

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