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Messages - BienMat23

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In my opinion greatest is a combination of quality, impact and achievement, continental/global audience or reach, and also the timeless hits they have. Based on these factors all combined fally is probably top 5. Quality wise I’d put the likes of King kester and werra above but using these factors of greatness it becomes a lot more debatable.

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I really like Premiere class and vibes has grown on me especially the dance but overall his Generiques rarely are that good

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https://mbote.cd/but-na-filet-a-devoile-son-album-positionnement/posts/63343
How many générique ? Please don't tell me just one or two? And how many Sebenes? I hope they are not zero
There’s actually no Generique or Sebene.... everything’s Rumba..
My gosh I can’t believe this

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Huh what did he say about Nyoka longo

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Just a question guys, if the views are alright and the music quality is good. Even if it doesn’t have the most buzz is that the biggest issue as long as he can maybe get some nice concert shows soon?

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Could you translate for us please

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Ahhh ok because I was thinking about the Clan Zaiko and/or Clan Viva vs Clan Wenge in terms of influence and quality of the time who was best for the genre but when I was thinking of it I wasn’t sure who would even come under those titles so thanks a lot for your explanation

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Funny that Papa Wemba was one of the co-founders of Zaiko. It was a blessing in disguise for Zaiko when Papa Wemba left. Zaiko ended up having big groups. It was also a blessing for Papa Wemba because he made stars like Reddy Amisi, Djuna Djanana, Debaba and Kester Emeneya.
Just a question but you see the people that were made in Viva and Yoka/Isifi Lokole are they counted as Clan Zaiko or not?

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Congolese Music / Re: CAPUCCINO LBG LIVE VILLAGE CHEZ NTEMBA
« on: April 16, 2021, 22:20 »
He also released a Swahili song recently its very nice especially if you like that Bongo flava kind of sound

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No I didn’t really understand maybe because I’m younger lool but that makes sense I can see how that can go really wrong my gosh but thanks for the explanation

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Is his Stade de Martyrs gonna happen and his London concert if any of you know? Or if London concerts will ever return
Looool you just reminded me I never got my refund for the cancelled London concert from last year.

But he's performing here in London in the summer as part of a festival.
Yh I saw that Yam carnival thing but the rest of the lineup is not entirely to my taste so I don’t think I’ll go

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Is his Stade de Martyrs gonna happen and his London concert if any of you know? Or if London concerts will ever return

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Can someone kinda summarise the concept of fan clubs please

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Congolese Music / Re: WE MUST BE HONEST
« on: April 11, 2021, 21:16 »
Definitely I agree although I would say that on this forum we send in most new songs, loooool I was receiving slander for my love for Jose cartouche - VIDEO

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I've never listened to a Patrouilles des Stars-album (except Obus Kanga Bikassa), just the generics and the two songs they dedicated to Congo Brazzaville. But I liked first part the Confirmation-generique, which reminded me of Kinanga Boeing (who used to play guitare-solo in Empire Bakuba). The sebenes of Obus Kanga Bikassa were epic, the solo's were reminding me about the way many street bands were playing lead in Kinshasa trying to follow Makaba's style, but not being able to close lol. If you look to Wenge Maison Mere's first concert at Zamba Playa, you will notice that Flamme Kapaya also used to play that style before changing after Solola Bien. Willy Ebondaki also used to play that style that Dr Costeau used to play, just listen to Longue Histoire. The late Zozo Malaba of Victoria Eleison played different was really a part of the Makaba-sect and played more original Makaba's style of the Anges Adorables/Pile ou Face-era.



Mfumu you must listen to Embargo I think you will appreciate it a lot , it’s a good progression from Obus Kanga and in my opinion one of the best albums out of Brazzaville in the past 25 years

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