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Congolese Music / Roga Roga started new chapter in his life?
« on: June 15, 2021, 01:05 »
See his new profile photo, waiting for your comments:




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Congolese Music / Re: What are yall listening to ?
« on: June 13, 2021, 03:51 »
For 3 years every week, I listen to this song:

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Support / Re: Video Clip upload to Congo Vibes
« on: June 04, 2021, 12:31 »
It is not possible to upload videos to the forum. You need to upload it to a video streaming site first, like Youtube, and share the link here.

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What a pity the sound is so bad. The Dallas and Kenya concerts are fortunately better in quality.

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Thanks my friend!

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Anyone knows who played the solo in this song?


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I’ll go a step further and say he’s the reason wenge is what it is today

I completely agree. Just like Kila and Extra Musica. Without them these bands would have not been the same. And I think one cause of the hardships of Congolese music today is that such men are missing from the scene, such charismatic atalakus.

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I agree, he was the best, and noone like him since then. But there were many good ones that is true.

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I like the clip version more. Less keyboard in the middle of the sebene.

However Ingénieur Congo should take care about when he converts videos. All of his uploads have constant clicking and popping in the sound. He makes some error in the converter settings.

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8 rumbas, 5 dance songs. Ahh, this is still far from Trop C'est Trop or Etat Major.

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This is the other guy, I like his videos too, this one is very cool as well.

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Absolutely a brilliant performance.

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What about the rest of the songs? I know some from different albums, like Deception B, but some of the songs, like Sasa, seems to be unique on this album. Or every song has an equivalent named differently on prior albums?

Anyway, there is a similar album like this: Zaiko Dansez Othule. That is without Nyoka Longo again, but with Roxy Tshimpaka. How come Nyoka was missing from that as well?

Some songs were remixes of the album Baroza made along with Adamo and Malage in 1994. They were btw all three fired from Zaiko for doing that, because it was forbidden in the 90s to record nzong-nzing albums without authorization, but Baroza and Adamo ended up by returning after writing a letter to the administrtion. The rest of the album were new songs written by Baroza.



Dansez Otshule was also a nzong-nzing album. Zaiko's official albums in the 90s were Ici Ca Va (1990), Jamais Sans Nous (1991), Avis de Recherche (1995), Sans Issue (1996), Backline Lesson One (1997), Nous Y Sommes (1998) and Poison (1999)

Thank you for the info, now I understand the circumstance of these albums much more. By the way, who was the creative force behind Zaiko Dansez Othulé? You said Saisie en Douane was Barroza's idea, who was the main figure behind this one?

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What about the rest of the songs? I know some from different albums, like Deception B, but some of the songs, like Sasa, seems to be unique on this album. Or every song has an equivalent named differently on prior albums?

Anyway, there is a similar album like this: Zaiko Dansez Othule. That is without Nyoka Longo again, but with Roxy Tshimpaka. How come Nyoka was missing from that as well?

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