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  • TOP 16 RUMBA SELECTION CONGO RUMBA MIX 2 | LISTEN - ECOUTEZ

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    CONGO Selection
    Rumba 2017 | Mix 2

    1. 100 Kilos - Ferre Gola
    2. Mon Amour - Fally Ipupa
    3. Moleki Nzela - JDT
    4. Bolole - Fabregas Metis Noir
    5. Une Minute - Fally Ipupa
    6. Etoile du Berger - JB Mpiana
    7. Airways - Koffi Olomide
    8. Echantillon - F. Victeam
    9. Orgazy - Fally Ipupa
    10. Oxygene - Fally Ipupa
    11. Choc - Koffi Olomide
    12. Remise et Reprise - Heritier Watanabe
    13. 365 x2 - Ferre Gola
    14. Embargo - Koffi Olomide
    15. Double Mbonda - Koffi Olomide
    16. Slow Slow - Fabregas Metis Noir
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  • My Favourite Artist From Africa 54 Countries

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    My Favourite artist from every african country, video uploaded 1 year ago but...

    Algeria : Kenza Farah – Briser Les Chaînes
    Angola : Pérola :Tens Sorte
    Benin : Yvan – Ton Amour Me Suffit
    Botswana : Mshilo – Ndo Enda
    Burkina Faso : Weezy ft Sofiano – Get Paid
    Burundi : Khadja Nin - Mama
    Cameroon : Myra Maimoh – Whatever I Promise
    Cape Verde : Flavel & Neto – Eu Quero Tchu, Eu Quero Cha
    Central African Republic : Tenny – Le Temps
    Chad : Pyramydes – Soleil D'Afrique
    Comoros : Soprano - Cosmo
    Democratic Republic Of The Congo : Alicios – Posa Ya Bolingo
    Republic Of The Congo : Kevin Mbouande – Deuxieme Monde
    Djibouti : Zahhuur Ahmed -Danqasho
    Egypt : Myra Sky -Hurricane
    Equatorial Guinea : Barby – Super Nzalang
    Eritrea : EriAm Sisters – I Want You Back
    Ethiopia: Syat Demissie – Hasabun Mesreke
    Gabon : Shan'L – Où Est Le Gars
    Gambia: Khadija – Worked On Again
    Ghana : Jael Wiafe – Keep On Believing
    Guinea : Kourouma ft Woodyz – Néne Yéna
    Guinea-Bissau : Americo Gomes - Bissau
    Ivory Coast : Zigui Zagua – Teeyah ft Le Molare
    Kenya : Adawnage Band – I Live For You
    Leshoto : Mahali Selepe – Dignified
    Liberia : Yvonne Sangudi - Tanazanite
    Libya : Dania Ben Sassi - Numidia
    Madagascar : Oladad - Lavitsa
    Mali : Inna Modja – C'est La Vie
    Malawi : Dan Lu - Ndapenga
    Mauritania : Soco Izi – Vacances
    Mauritius : Laura Beg – Inna Dancehall Time
    Morroco : Asma Lmnawar - Hakawa
    Mozambique: Anita Macuacua - Avano
    Namibia : Elvis Se Seun – Will Jy In My Arms Le Vanaand
    Niger : Kel Assouf - Europa
    Nigeria : Rex - Africa
    Rwanda : Princess Priscillah – Icyo Mbarusha
    Sao Tone And Principe : Calema – Vai
    Senegal : Joe Mansour ft Waly Seck – Mouiller Le Maillot
    Seychelles : Emergency Crew ft Black Faya - Trigger
    Sierra Leone : Terror D – Single Man
    Somalia : Amaal Nuux - Mufasa
    South Africa : Bobby Van Jaarsveld – My Alles
    South Sudan : Emmanuel Jal – We Want Peace
    Sudan : Jesse Monster - Crazy
    Swaziland : Tiyas King – Crash And Bur
    Tanzania: Alikiba - Lupela
    Togo : Sessme - Yayayé
    Tunisia : Saber El Rebai – Sidi Mansour
    Uganda : Angella Katatumba – So Close
    Zambia : Tosta ft Judy Yo - Stay
    Zimbabwe : Shanky – Suduruka

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  • Chameleon Wedding & Function Band.wmv

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    Full length version of our new 'live' video

  • african Rumba mix groove

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    very popular Rhumba Mix grooves played in Africa. This mix features songs from Democratic Republic of Congo mostly.

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  • Mbongwana Star - Malukayi

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    Catch Mbongwana Star on tour in Europe & the USA this Spring / Summer – See a full list of tour dates and book tickets:


    Single taken from Mbongwana Star’s debut album 'From Kinshasa' - out now on World Circuit.
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    Mbongwana Star is a newly formed band from Kinshasa, the capital of the Democratic Republic of Congo. Made up of a sprawling network of shanty-towns and night shelters, day-to-day life in the city is far from easy, but the band don't want sympathy. Tired of pre-conceptions around African music, Mbongwana Star (‘Mbongwana’ means ‘change’) are creating their own identity, fusing traditional Congolese rhythms with post punk and electronics inspired by life in the townships around them, making magic out garbage” says producer and band member Doctor L (who produced Tony Allen's ‘Black Voices’ album). The result is revolutionary. This isn’t an African band per se. It’s a trans-global barrier-busting sound machine.

    Directed by Liam Farrell, shot by Renaud Barrett

    Executive producer and management: Mukalo Production – Michel Winter

    World Circuit Records have established their reputation by producing some of the finest world music albums of the past two decades, specialising in music from Cuba and West Africa. The label is best known for the GRAMMY winning Buena Vista Social Club album, which is the biggest selling world music album of all time, and led to the phenomenal rise in popularity of Cuban music. 10 years after their historic concert in New York, World Circuit release Buena Vista Social Club At Carnegie Hall.

    World Circuit's African artists enjoy equal prestige, including Grammy winning albums from Ali Farka Touré and kora virtuoso Toumani Diabaté, Mali's 'star of stars' Oumou Sangare, afrobeat legend Tony Allen, and the great Orchestra Baobab.



  • Kylan & Yakkos Nations of the World from the Animaniacs - updated with new countries & territories

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    Here's the *final* version of the Nations of the World. The episode with this song first appeared exactly 20 years ago this week.

    The first 4 verses are original from the show in 1993, so it's a little out of date. The next 3 verses are ones I've added, mostly taken from the List of Sovereign States article on Wikipedia. I've added asterisks after the places that aren't considered official sovereign states, but still made it into the song. This is the third version of this song I've uploaded, because I keep forgetting countries, but this time I'm almost sure I've got em all.

    United States Canada Mexico Panama Haiti Jamaica Peru
    Republic Dominican Cuba Caribbean* Greenland* El Salvador too
    Puerto Rico* Columbia Venezuela Honduras Guyana and still
    Guatemala Bolivia then Argentina and Ecuador Chile Brazil
    Costa Rica Belize Nicaragua Bermuda* Bahamas Tobago San Juan*
    Paraguay Uruguay Surinam and French Guiana Barbados and Guam*
    Norway and Sweden and Iceland and Finland and Germany now one piece
    Switzerland Austria Czechoslovakia* Italy Turkey and Greece
    Poland Romania Scotland* Albania Ireland Russia Oman
    Bulgaria Saudi Arabia Hungary Cyprus Iraq and Iran
    There's Syria Lebanon Israel Jordan
    both Yemens* Kuwait and Bahrain
    The Netherlands Luxembourg Belgium and Portugal
    France England* Denmark and Spain
    India Pakistan Burma Afghanistan Thailand Nepal and Bhutan
    Kampuchea* Malaysia then Bangladesh Asia* and China Korea Japan
    Mongolia Laos and Tibet* Indonesia the Philippine Islands Taiwan*
    Sri Lanka New Guinea Sumatra New Zealand then Borneo and Vietnam
    Tunisia Morocco Uganda Angola Zimbabwe Djibouti Botswana
    Mozambique Zambia Swaziland Gambia Guinea Algeria Ghana
    Burundi Lesotho and Malawi Togo The Spanish Sahara* is gone
    Niger Nigeria Chad and Liberia Egypt Benin and Gabon
    Tanzania Somalia Kenya and Mali Sierra Leone and Algiers
    Dahomey* Namibia Senegal Libya Cameroon Congo Zaire*
    Ethiopia Guinea-Bissau Madagascar Rwanda Mahore* and Cayman*
    Hong Kong* Abu Dhabi* Qatar Yugoslavia*
    Crete* Mauritania then Transylvania
    Monaco Liechtenstein Malta and Palestine Fiji Australia Sudan
    Kampuchea we now call Cambodia and Zaire Democratic Republic of the Congo
    There's the Vatican City for the Holy See and East Timor São Tomé and Tonga
    Czech Republic Slovakia and Georgia and Kyrgyzstan Kazakhstan Tajikistan too
    Turkmenistan Latvia and Lithuania Uzbekistan and Tuvalu
    Yugoslavia turned into Bosnia Serbia Slovenia and Montenegro
    Macedonia Croatia Kosovo however Kosovo isn't official
    Saint Kitts and Nevis Saint Lucia Samoa Saint Vincent and the Grenadines
    Mauritius and Micronesia and Comoros Côte d'Ivoire and the Maldives
    Trinidad Eritrea Palau and Nauru Cape Verde Brunei South Sudan
    The Marshall Islands Moldova Seychelles San Marino Grenada and Azerbaijan
    Belarus Equatorial Guinea Antigua Barbuda Estonia Andorra
    Vanuatu Dominica Ukraine and Burkina Faso and Singapore
    The Central African Republic the Solomon Islands* and then Kiribati
    Nagorno-Karabakh* Abkhazia* Somaliland* the United Arab Emirates
    South Ossetia* Cook Islands* Niue* Northern Cyprus* Sahrawi Arab Republic*
    and Antarctica* and Northern Ireland* all of these countries are making me sick
    The Republic of the Congo is different from the Democratic Republic of the Congo
    and North and South Yemen turned into just Yemen
    and also Transnistria* Wales* and South Africa
    lastly North and South Korea Armenia and that is the end of the song

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  • Congolese Worship Song

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    A short excerpt from North Park Community Church Worship Service, May 3, 2009. (London, Ontario, Canada)
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  • Tab Ley Rochereau - Ibeba

    9:27

    Tab Ley Rochereau - Ibeba

    Pascal-Emmanuel Sinamoyi Tabu (13 November 1937 or 1940 – 30 November 2013),[1][2] better known as Tabu Ley Rochereau, was a leading African rumba singer-songwriter from the Democratic Republic of the Congo. He was the leader of Orchestre Afrisa International, as well as one of Africa's most influential vocalists and prolific songwriters.

  • Congo-Zaïre Music: The Best of OK JAZZ featuring Franco Luambo

    38:03

    Franco Luambo is a legend of african music congolese born

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  • African Memories:Congo-Zaïre Music, Pépé Kallé dancing Original Rumba with his Mother

    7:55

    The geant, the elephant, the Big Angel, the phenomenon Pépé Kallé was a soukous singer, musician and bandleader from the Democratic Republic of the Congo. Pepe Kalle was born Kabasele Yampanya in Kinshasa (then Léopoldville), but later assumed the name of his mentor, Grand Kalle.

    With a multi-octave vocal range and a dynamic stage presence, the 190 cm (6 feet 3 inches) and 136 kg (300 pound) vocalist recorded more than three hundred songs and twenty albums during his two decade-long career. Known affectionately as the elephant of African music and La Bombe Atomique, Kalle entertained audiences with his robust performances.
    His musical career started with African Jazz, the band of Grand Kalle. He later become the lead singer of Lipua Lipua, where he sung alongside Nyboma Mwandido. In 1972, Kalle along with Dilu Dilumona and Papy Tex, left Lipua Lipua to form their own band named Empire Bakuba. Empire Bakuba took its name from a Congolese warrior tribe, and it pointedly incorporated rootsy rhythms from the interior, sounds that had long been sidelined by popular rumba. The band was an instant hit, and together with Zaiko Langa Langa they became Kinshasa's most popular youth band. With hits such as Pepe Kalle's Dadou and Papy Tex's Sango ya mawa, the band was a constant fixture on the charts. They also created a new dance, the kwassa kwassa.

    On their tenth anniversary in 1982, the band was voted Zaire's top group. Throughout the early 1980s, Empire Bakuba continued to tour extensively while releasing no less than four albums a year. By the mid eighties, they had a large following throughout Francophone Central and West Africa. His 1986 collaboration with Nyboma labelled Zouke zouke was one of the years top selling albums. But it was his second collaboration with Nyboma, Moyibi (1988), which launched his popularity throughout Africa.

    In the late 1980s and early 1990s, Kalle fused elements of the fast paced version of soukous produced in Paris studios. His 1990 album, Roger Milla, a tribute to the exploits of the great Camerounian footballer, is a classic example of this arrangement.

    In 1992 the band faced its first major calamity when Emoro, the band's dancing dwarf, died while on tour in Botswana. Despite this setback, Pepe Kalle's popularity continued to soar in the nineties as he released albums like Gigantafrique, Larger than life and Cocktail. He also collaborated with other legends like Lutumba Simaro and Nyoka Longo

  • Rocky Dawuni African Thriller

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    African Thriller is the first single from the Afro Roots star Rocky Dawuni's GRAMMY nominated album Branches of the Same Tree, which was released in March 2015 on Cumbancha.

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    African Thriller, sung in West African pidgin English, embodies Rocky Dawuni's unique Afro-Roots sound, a funky blend of soul, pop, Afrobeat and reggae grooves that have made him a household name in his native Ghana and earned him a wide following across the globe. Jeremy Sole, a DJ, producer and host on the taste-defining Los Angeles radio station KCRW, remixed the single version of African Thriller. Sole has previously remixed tracks for Femi Kuti, David Bowie, Thievery Corporation, and Quantic, among others.

    Shot in Los Angeles, the highly polished music video, directed by Glen Wilson, and choreographed by Kara Mack, offers an explosion of West African inspired dance moves, rich colors, and a celebratory atmosphere. Wilson, who directed Dawuni's earlier African Reggae Fever video, was inspired by one of his favorite documentaries, When We Were Kings, which documented the famous Ali/Foreman Rumble in the Jungle bout that took place in Kinshasha, Zaire (now Democratic Republic of the Congo) on October 30th, 1974. The video also references Afro Funke', Rocky's world renowned cross cultural dance club in Los Angeles, and offers visual tributes to Nigerian Afrobeat legend Fela Kuti.

    According to Rocky Dawuni, 'African Thriller' is a persona, a concept and a vision of what contemporary beauty and excitement will emerge from the confrontation and collision of cultures. The video hints at historical and cultural signposts in a metaphoric expression of how the dance floor is one of the ultimate and most colorful places for global unity, celebration and liberation.

    Rocky Dawuni and his team are excited for this video to inspire others to shake it till it go be hot, hot! Rocky is asking fans to post their “African Thiller” inspired dance-videos to his Facebook page ( and will soon be announcing an upcoming remix contest. Sign up for the email list for more details:

    Rocky Dawuni is a musician and humanitarian activist from Ghana, West Africa. Named one of Africa's Top 10 global stars by CNN, his recordings and thrilling live performances have attracted thousands to his concerts around the world at top festivals and prestigious venues such as The Kennedy Center in Washington, D.C. and The Hollywood Bowl in Los Angeles. Dawuni has collaborated and performed with Stevie Wonder, Peter Gabriel, Bono, Jason Mraz, Janelle Monae and John Legend, among many others.

    Dawuni's eloquence, cultural diplomacy and successful melding of music and activism have led him to become a passionate spokesperson for various global causes. He has joined forces with Product (RED), UNICEF, the Carter Center and the UN Foundation. In 2012, Dawuni was appointed the Tourism and Cultural Ambassador of Ghana and World Ambassador for the Musicians Union of Ghana. The same year, he was named a United Nations Foundation Ambassador for the Global Alliance for Clean Cookstoves, alongside actress Julia Roberts and chef José Andrés.

    Influenced by the soulful beats of Afrobeat legend Fela Kuti, the positive messages and deep grooves of Bob Marley and the infectious, sing-along anthems of Michael Franti, K'naan and Matisyahu, Rocky Dawuni's songs straddle the musical boundaries between Africa, the Caribbean and the US to create a universally appealing sound that unites generations and cultures.

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    Open Mic

  • MSF - Power of Small: A Music Competition

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    ENTER HERE: msf.org.uk/music

    Music is powerful. Music changes lives. Could you write the tune that ignites a groundbreaking animation about our life-saving work? Could your music inspire action, shine a light on forgotten crises and make a powerful contribution to the MSF movement that helps millions of people every year?

    We have teamed up with Lyrix Organix -- one of the most innovative event production companies in the UK -- to find the music for The Power of Small.

    As this animation unfolds it tells the story of MSF's work helping people caught up in disasters, emergencies, epidemics and warzones. The unique 'digital origami' style needs a powerful soundtrack.
    Prizes

    As well as their work being distributed worldwide, the winner will also receive some great prizes from our partners:

    A slot on the next Lyrix Organix album
    One-to-one master class with one of Lyrix Organix's successful professional artists
    Shure SRH1440 open-back headphones (RRP £329)

    Everyone who enters will receive a free download of the latest Lyrix Organix album. SUBSCRIBE HERE:

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  • Jupiter & Okwess: NPR Music Tiny Desk Concert

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    Sept. 7, 2018 | Bob Boilen -- Stop. Watch. Listen! You might be unfamiliar with Congolese rhythms, likely won't understand the language and won't know the vibe of Kinshasa street musicians, but trust me... Jupiter & Okwess are astonishing. Their fierce energy here at the Tiny Desk translates through familiar instruments of drums, bass and guitars in an astonishing performance.

    Jupiter Bokondji comes from the troubled capital of Democratic Republic of the Congo. Jupiter and his band Okwess play music that feels both African and American, with Jupiter's early musical tastes inspired by The Jackson 5, James Brown and Kool and the Gang, plus the sounds of Motown. It's music he heard while shuttling back and forth with his family between Tanzania , Dar es Salaam and East Berlin. His father was an attaché at the Congolese embassy there.

    Then of course there's Congolese rumba, the popular dance music from as early as the 1940s, not too dissimilar from some Cuban music of the day. And the message of the music has been steeped in the complicated politics of the region, stumbling between chaos, anarchy and oppression.

    This is urgent music. Much of it can be heard on their vibrant album Kin Sonic, released in June of this year. It's music that stems from the gut but has thought and theatrics to flesh out the feelings. It's music to be experienced. This is your entry point.

    Set List
    Ofakombolo
    Pondjo Pondjo
    Ekombe

    Credits
    Producers: Bob Boilen, Morgan Noelle Smith; Creative Director: Bob Boilen; Audio Engineer: Josh Rogosin; Videographers: Morgan Noelle Smith, Bronson Arcuri, CJ Riculan, Khun Minn Ohn; Editor: Khun Minn Ohn; Production Assistants: Catherine Zhang, Téa Mottolese; Photo: Samantha Clark/NPR.

  • BAVON MARIE MARIE🇨🇩🎸: Grand Virtuoso: Classic African Rumba Sebene VOL.1!!!!🎼🎤🎧🎷🥁!!!

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    Self proclaimed the most handsome man of Kin, the brother of Franco was also a guitar virtuoso. Bavon Marie-Marie made a name in the orchestra The Negros Succes before disappearing in a tragic car accident on Aug. 5, 1970 in Kinshasa ...
    Born May 27, 1944 in Kinshasa (now Democratic Republic of Congo), Siongo Bavo Luambo says Bavon Marie Marie begins as a guitarist / vocalist in the group Les Barons Jazz alongside Mose If Fan Fan and Michelino Mavatiku Visi, both guitarists, and saxophonist Modero Mekanisi who later joined Tabu Ley Rochereau.

    In 1958 Bavon Marie-Marie joined the orchestra TP OK Jazz his brother Franco, with saxophonists Maurice Moro and Empompo Loway says Deyesse and the singer Amba Zozo. Later, he collaborated with the Cubana Jazz where Sammy sings Bumba Massa (future Kékélé). Later, he joined the training Jamel Jazz, with his friend Empompo Loway (saxophone).
    But it is with the orchestra Les Negros Succes, founded in 1962, it illustrates his compositions Rumba and Soukous accelerated the introduction of 6/8 to certain passages, his guitar playing to whirling style rock riffs, its look (always well-dressed), his stage play and entertainment in the style of atalakus, artists who play much the same role as the laudatory griot in West Africa.
    The orchestra The Negros Succes is then composed, among others, singers Leon Bolhen Bombolo and Vicky Longomba, saxophonist Empompo Loway says Deyesse and of course Bavon Marie-Marie ...

    Controversial artist (he depigmented skin) Bavon Marie-Marie will record several tracks including his big hit libanga na libumu pt 1 & 2 (a stone in the tomb), Johnny Yuma, Maseke ago Meme, Limbisa jewel , Ya Mbongo Bilamba Nini? Nataka oath is bolingo, Lucy Pauni na ngai , and many more ...

    After the disappearance of Bavon Marie-Marie in a tragic car accident August 5, 1970 in Kinshasa (DRC)), its big brother Franco dedicate Kinsiona (a song of funerals) followed in 1984 Kimpa Kisangameni (witches meeting), a title denouncing witchcraft following rumors about the death of his younger brother. #BavonMarieMarie #Kinshasa #Africa #Black #Congo #AfroLatin

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    With instruments tied and hammered together — made from detergent bottles, scrapyard trash, tin cans, car parts, pots, pans and more — KOKOKO! managed to alter the office soundscape.

    Backed by a bank of electronics, including a drum machine, this band from the Democratic Republic of the Congo redefines the norm of what music is and how music is made. Wearing yellow jumpsuits that are both utilitarian and resemble Congolese worker attire, this band from Kinshasa feel as though they're venting frustrations through rhythm. And all the while they're making dance music, all from their debut LP, Fongola, that feels unifying — more party than politics.

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  • BB King - The Thrill Is Gone - Live In Africa 74

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    B.B. King Live In Africa '74 is a rare - extremely rare - intimate view of
    B.B. King in concert. At age 49, having crossed over to wide popularity with his show
    at the Fillmore West in 1968 and secured his fame with the 1970 hit The Thrill Is Gone,
    B.B. stands onstage before Muhammad Ali and a crowd of 80,000 on the continent his
    ancestors left in chains and gives one of the most thrilling performances of his life. The
    King of the Blues (B.B.), Soul Brother #1 (James Brown) and other African-American
    artists on the bill reveled in the return to their cultural motherland for a gala affair that was
    attended by fans and journalists from all over the world.

    The backstory around this perfonnance is rich. Behind B.B. is a large orchestra,
    made up of core members ofB.B.'s touring band - pianist Ron Levy, drummer Sonny
    Freeman and saxophonist Bobby Forte - plus studio musicians recruited (mostly) from
    New York, including renowned session guitarist Larry Carlton. Directed by Hampton
    Reese, B.B.'s longtime friend and musical tutor (you'll see him in his plaid sport coat
    conducting the band), this collection of musicians achieved their amazing performance
    after a single rehearsal in Kinshasa. Hampton wrote the charts for all the songs in the set,
    and every musician was playing from those charts.

    Of the musicians who played that concert from B.B.'s 1974 touring band, only
    Ron Levy is still living. Here are some of his recollections of the unforgettable trip to
    Zaire (now the Democratic Republic of Congo) and their historic performance there:

    To perform in Africa - the land of his ancestors, at this stadium event before
    80,000 - plus crazed, hot, sweaty, dancing and bouncing heads and soulfully
    pained hearts -- must have had a very special personal significance for B.B.,
    as it did for us all. We all realized this was not just another gig. It was history,
    good history. We were all very proud to be a part of it. As far as the set went,
    we performed 8.B.'s most famous hits. I have to say, this was probably the
    first lime this crowd ever heard - or heard of - B.B. King. but as usual he
    left them wanting more, as well as an indelible memory of his sincere personal
    passion and deep-felt blues.

    He definitely connected with them like the beloved king he is. If you're a
    B.B. King fan, you are in for a rare treat with B.B, King Live in Africa '74. If this is
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    world over.

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  • MABUSELE TABU LEY AFRICAN FIESTA,

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    Pascal-Emmanuel Sinamoyi Tabu (13 November 1937 or 1940 – 30 November 2013),[1][2] better known as Tabu Ley Rochereau, was a leading African rumba singer-songwriter from the Democratic Republic of the Congo. He was the leader of Orchestre Afrisa International, as well as one of Africa's most influential vocalists and prolific songwriters. Along with guitarist Dr Nico Kasanda, Tabu Ley pioneered soukous (African rumba) and internationalised his music by fusing elements of Congolese folk music with Cuban, Caribbean and Latin American rumba. He has been described as the Congolese personality who, along with Mobutu, marked Africa's 20th century history.[3] He was dubbed the African Elvis by the Los Angeles Times.[4] After the fall of the Mobutu regime, Tabu Ley also pursued a political career. His musical career ran parallel to the other great Congolese rhumba bandleader and rival Franco Luambo Makiadi who ran the band TPOK Jazz throughout the 1960s, 1970s and 80s.

    During his career, Tabu Ley composed up to 3,000 songs and produced 250 albums ,In 1970, Tabu Ley formed Orchestre Afrisa International, Afrisa being a combination of Africa and Éditions Isa, his record label.[9] Along with Franco Luambo's TPOK Jazz, Afrisa was now one of Africa's greatest bands. They recorded hits such as Sorozo, Kaful Mayay, Aon Aon, and Mose Konzo. They performed also at the Zaire 74 and therefore are in the documentary film Soul Power.

    In the mid 1980s Tabu Ley discovered a young talented singer and dancer, M'bilia Bel, who helped popularise his band further. M'bilia Bel became the first female soukous singer to gain acclaim throughout Africa. Tabu Ley and M'bilia Bel later married and had one child together. In 1988 Tabu Ley introduced another female vocalist known as Faya Tess, and M'bilia Bel left and continued to be successful on her own. After M'bilia Bel's departure, Afrisa's influence along with that of their rivals TPOK Jazz continued to wane as fans gravitated toward the faster version of soukous.
    After the establishment of Mobutu Sese Seko regime in the Congo, he adopted the name Tabu Ley as part of Mobutu's Zairization of the country, but later went into exile in France in 1988.[6] In 1985, the Government of Kenya banned all foreign music from the National Radio service. After Tabu Ley composed the song Twende Nairobi (Let's go to Nairobi), sung by M'bilia Bel, in praise of Kenyan president Daniel arap Moi, the ban was promptly lifted. In the early 1990s he briefly settled in Southern California. He began to tailor his music towards an International audience by including more English lyrics and by increasing more international dance styles such as Samba. He found success with the release of albums such as Muzina, Exil Ley, Africa worldwide and Babeti soukous. The Mobutu regime banned his 1990 album Trop, C'est Trop as subversive.[3] In 1996, Tabu Ley participated in the album Gombo Salsa by the salsa music project Africando. The song Paquita from that album is a remake of a song that he recorded in the late 1960s with African Fiesta.Return from exile and death[edit]
    When Mobutu was deposed in 1997, Tabu Ley returned to Kinshasa and took up a position as a cabinet minister in the government of new President Laurent Kabila. Following Kabila's death, Tabu Ley then joined the appointed transitional parliament created by Joseph Kabila, until it was dissolved following the establishment of the inclusive transitional institutions. In November 2005 Tabu Ley was appointed Vice-Governor of Kinshasa, a position devolved to his party, the Congolese Rally for Democracy (RCD) by the 2002 peace agreements.[7] He also served as provincial minister of culture.[6] In 2008, he was said to have fathered up to 102 children, including the French rapper Youssoupha, with different women.[8][10]

    Tabu Ley Rochereau died on 30 November 2013, aged 76, at Saint-Luc hospital in Brussels, Belgium where he had been undergoing treatment for a stroke he suffered in 2008.[2][5][7] He was buried on 9 December 2013 in the Cimetière Acropolic de la N'sele in Kinshasa, after receiving an official mourning ceremony at the;
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  • The 10 BIGGEST Economies in Africa by GDP 2018

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    Statistics released in 2018 by the International Monetary Fund (IMF) for 2018 reveals Nigeria and South Africa are the largest economies in Africa with a combined GDP of around$773 billion. Conscious pragmatic efforts will have to be made especially in strengthening the non oil sectors if the continent wants to compete with top economies around the world.
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    In the overall scheme of things, Africa still accounts for a very tiny option of the global economic output. Africa has a nominal GDP of $2.19 trillion which accounts for roughly 3.7% of the total global GDP. Africa as a whole has an economy that is smaller than that of India, France, UK, Germany, China, the US or Russia. In spite of recent economic advances, Africa is still a woefully unproductive continent.

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    Nigeria $397 billion
    Nigeria was once one of Africa’s most promising economies but an economic slump has seen the GDP contract over the past few years. Nigeria still remains Africa’s largest economy but with a GDP of only $397 billion from a high $510 billion in 2013.

    South Africa $376 billion
    After years of recession, South African economy finally seems to be an on uptick and is expected to grow by 1.4% in 2019. According to IMF reports, South Africa was Africa’s second largest economy with a GDP of $376 billion, just $21 billion below the Nigerian GDP.

    Egypt $249 billion
    Egypt’s economy has shown strong recovery in the past few years and is currently experiencing the fast growth rate in the MENA region at 5.5%. In Africa, it remains the third largest economy with a GDP of $249 billion by the end of 2018.

    Algeria $188 billion
    Algeria’s oil-based and heavy-industry powered economy continues to see strong growth. It is currently Africa’s fourth largest economy with a GDP of $188 billion by the end of 2018.

    Morocco $118 billion
    With a GDP of $118 billion, Morocco has retained its spot as Africa’s fifth largest economy with a GDP of $118 billion in an economy that is heavily powered by tourism and the services sector.

    Angola $114 billion
    Angola’s economy, still heavily reliant on oil revenues, is Africa’s sixth largest economy with a GDP of $114 billion.

    Kenya $89.6 billion
    After an acrimonious electoral season, Kenya has regained its spot as East Africa’s largest economy and the 7th largest economy in Africa. The country has one of the most diversified economies in Africa. In 2019, the country is expected to grow at 6.1%.

    Ethiopia $83.8 billion
    Ethiopia is currently experiencing the fastest economic growth in Africa and the country’s economy is expected to grow by 8.5% in 2019. Its economy is increasingly diversifying with the manufacturing sector seeing a big boost. The country has also made significant investments in infrastructure including roads, public transportation and hydro-electric power.

    Tanzania $55.6 billion
    With a GDP of $55.6 billion, Tanzania is Africa’s 9th largest economy. It is also one of the fastest growing economies in Africa and is expected to grow by as much as 6.6% in 2019.

    Ghana $51.8 billion
    Capping our top ten list is Ghana which has a GDP of $51.8 billion. Ghana is one of the fastest growing economies in the world and is expected to grow by 7.6% in 2019.

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  • CONGO MUSIC - BLAISE NSAKU -L`Eternel est mon Berger - Totika Hypocrisie

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  • The 70+ VISA Free Countries for Tanzanian Passport Holders

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    Tanzania passport is ranked 74th tied with Kenya, Namibia, and Tunisia in terms of freedom of travel, according to passport index data. As a Tanzanian holding an Ordinary passport, you can travel to 73 countries hassle free (42 countries without a visa and 31 countries – visa on arrival).
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  • BM - No Congo No Phone NEW 2017

    3:43

    Lyrics are down below! It's time for the truth. Everyone who owns a mobile phone has a part of Congo in them!

    Children as young as 3 years old are digging up minerals for our happiness. My new song is about my country and my people!

    Please download on iTunes and all digital download stores to support the Campaign.

    Congo has the largest cobalt deposits in the world. This mineral powers batteries for mobile phones, laptops and electric vehicles. Big companies such as Apple, Samsung and major automakers use this mineral.

    According to the UN children's agency, UNICEF, about 40,000 children work in cobalt mines in the Democratic Republic of Congo. For a shift of up to 24 hours underground, most earn less than $2 (1.80 euro) a day - many receive half of that.

    The largest cobalt deposits in the world are found in the Democratic Republic of the Congo. According to Amnesty International, at least 50 percent of the world's cobalt is mined there. It is therefore impossible to rule out the possibility that cobalt from the Congo would end up with companies all over the world.

    It's time we stop ignoring the truth, its time we stand up for whats right.

    I am BM and I am starting a campaign, who's with me? #NoCongoNoPhone

    Please take a picture with the #NoCongoNoPhone phone sign, upload on any social site and hashtag #NoCongoNoPhone. Thank You

    Lyrics:

    The children of Congo cry

    Chorus
    Everybody say, No Congo No Phone, All my people sing
    No Congo No Phone, yeah we cry everyday, No Congo No Phone, All my people say, No Congo No Phone

    Verse 1
    I just don’t think you know
    Children are dying everyday I don’t think you know
    All my people keep crying dying everyday
    So why not make a change can we do something today
    This goes out to all my people DRC Congo we know
    Everyday we keep the hope but we’re never seeing things run peaceful
    And I don’t know people that will come and fight with me though
    Baba God please save the kids cause there tryne get away from evil

    Chorus
    Everybody say, No Congo No Phone, All my people sing
    No Congo No Phone, yeah we cry everyday, No Congo No Phone, All my people say, No Congo No Phone x2

    Verse 2
    Crying everyday, they’re be crying everyday
    All my people there hungry there crying my Lord can you hear me sing
    What more can I say they’re be working everyday
    All them kids they deserve to have fun baba God can you hear me sing
    This goes out to all my people DRC Congo we know
    Everyday we keep the hope but we’re never seeing things run peaceful
    And I don’t know people that will come and fight with me though
    Baba God please save the kids cause there tryne get away from evil

    Chorus
    Everybody say, No Congo No Phone, All my people sing
    No Congo No Phone, yeah we cry everyday, No Congo No Phone, All my people say, No Congo No Phone x2

  • MSF-UK - Power of Small

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  • Libyan National Anthem Under Gaddafi in 1977-2011

    1:10

    Don't miss out all of my other national anthem lyric videos when you check out my Nightcore National Anthem Lyric Videos Made by Disco Saturn playlist at .

    This is a Nightcore mix of the former national anthem of the North African country of Libya under its leader Muammar Gaddafi used from 1977 to 2011 - Allahu Akbar / الله أكبر (Allah is the Greatest) - that I edited on Audacity; in other words, I just sped up the audio. As a disclaimer I am still showing respect of the anthem while I wrote down the original Arabic text at the bottom so you can sing along with it. I just think this remix I made sounds great and liked the way it turned out.


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  • Music in the Botanics - Zawose Family - African Music - Hukwe Zawose - African Music Traditional

    9:30

    Musical performance from the Zawose Family as they play at the Royal Botanic Gardens in Inverleith as part of the Edinburgh International Festival.

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    Hukwe Zawose was a well known Tanzanian musician, born in 1938 living until 2003. He was a member of the Gogo ethnic group which played the ilimba, a large lamellophone much the same as a mbira. He was a very well respected singer too.

    The musicians seen here as the Zawose Family, a group of people who are large fans of Hukwe Zawose and of the Zawose Family music who are in Bagamoyo, Tanzania. The rest of the group are interested in music development in Africa.

    Currently, they began to build a Zawose Theatre in Bagamoyo Tanzania where up until now, there hasn't been any rehearsal spaces for the Zawoses to practice playing music and try out their dances. They are planning to make the building fit for multi purpose which means allowing other groups to use the space for rehearsals and performances.

    The group has recently played at the Edinburgh Festival in the Botanical Gardens as well as the Rainforest World Music Festival of 2009. There very popular and there is some demand for them in Los Angeles.

    They have also released a CD, a documentary film and a string of UK dates. Hukwe Zawose was a world star, signing on with Peter Gabriel at Real World Records. He toured Europe, America and Japan playing music where ever he went along with his family. He was mostly known for his stage costumes and unique voice. His family grew dramatically, where he had 7 wives and over 40 children. Sadly, he fell victim to Aids in 2002, dying at age 65 in 2003. The family found this hard as they had to source other types of income with the departure of their loved family member where his music was no longer their main income source.

    The Documentary film was Directed by John Simpson, first meeting them in 2002, who then produced their WOMAD show to tell their story. The documentary premiered in London where it gave a unique insight into how the family lived.

    Music is still a main feature of the family where women have an equal share in playing the instruments. Their great teamwork and spirit has helped them cope with the bad times and their passion is revealed in all of their performances.

    Their new music CD is called The Zawose Family CD. They have another CD too called Small Things Fall from the Baobob Tree which was produced by Real World Records. What's amazing about the group's instruments is that they're all handmade.

    Another of their concerts took place at the St Ethelburga's Centre for Reconciliation and Peace. Here some the track listings for some of the albums:

    Hukwe Zawose Bagamoyo -- Masikitko, Dunian/ Africa Tanzania, Wima Wa Mapenzi, Furuti, Izeze, Mganda, Llimba, Chilimba, Izeze and Zawose Talks.

    Mateso Album -- Tanzania Yetu, Sisi Vijana, Nhongolo Mduwo/ Mbijili, Ulele Mwana Lelo Zaine, Chisanga, Mateso, Lukunzi, Tumuunge Mikono, Mateso.

    The Zawose Family Album -- Nhanga Msakuzi (Feeding Guinea Fowl), Haya Iye Ng'Ombe (This is a Cow), Notendachi (What Shall I do?), Ndaga Mgonile (Good Morning), Dunia Hii (This World), Ngandu Gwe, Find my Cow, Tufurahiye Mziki Wetu (Let Us Enjoy Our Music).

    The Zawose Family comes from the United Republic of Tanzania. It is a country in East Africa bordering Kenya and Uganda to the North. To the West lies Rwanda, Burundi and the Democratic Republic of the Congo. To the South lies Zambia, Malawi and Mozambique. The country's eastern borders lie on the Indian Ocean.

    Tanzania is a state made up of 26 regions known in Africa as Mikoa which includes those in the region of Zanzibar. The capital of Tanzania has been Dodoma where it's Parliament and some government offices are located. The main coastal City of Dar es Salaam served as the country's political capital. It is the main seaport for the country and other landlocked neighbouring countries. The name, Tanzania arrives from the two states, Tanganyika and Zanzibar where in 1964 it became known as the United Republic of Tanganyika and Zanzibar.

  • Bloch: Avodath Hakodesh - Part 2 - Jason Stearns

    5:36

    Music Makes Community
    A Celebration of Jewish Music for Sarasota-Manatee
    Matthew Lazar, Conductor
    April 3, 2014

  • Skillful Attitude - Messy Nights

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    2011 Skillful Attitude electro track (Prod by Terrorball)

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  • All Capitals in the World

    9:17

    #allcapitals #world #KylandeGhetaldi #Countries #Capitals
    Here's a cover of part of the Kylan deGhetaldi's brilliant song Countries, States and Capitals.
    Sorry for any bad pronunciation and for not keeping the rythm all the way, specially when it comes to Ocenia and Antartica! Believe it or not, it's actually a difficult song to memorize and sing :P

    A special thank you to Kylan for this piece that helped me memorize the capitals!

    Special apologies for spelling badly Svalbard's Longyearbyen and the parish Saint Helier of Jersey.

    Here is the source of the information on which Kylan based the lyrics:



    Hope you like it!

  • Didier and Remie

    12:28

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    Acoustic Music Night -- Martin Harris Centre, Manchester
    31 October 2013

    Part of the Platforma Festival of arts & refugees

    Didier and Remie
    Didier and Remie are members of The Redeemed.

    The Redeemed is a Congolese band created by Didier Kisala who brought together young people aged between 16 & 24 who were passionate about music.

    They play typical Congolese gospel music fused with different style of music such as Rumba, Sebene, Zouck, Jazz and more.

  • Power of Small Finalist - Samuel Pegg

    1:12

    Click 'Like' if you'd like Samuel Pegg to win our Power of Small soundtrack competition.

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    Music is powerful. Music changes lives. We asked you to write the music for The Power of Small, a groundbreaking animation about our life-saving work, and we have been overwhelmed by the response -- over 90 outstanding entries from around the world.

    After hours of listening and much deliberation, the jury is pleased to reveal our final shortlist. It was an incredibly difficult choice as we loved all the entries.

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    VOTE FOR THE WINNER

    Now it is over to you, the voting public. The winner will be chosen based on the number of likes their video receives on our winners' playlist. Listen to all the tracks and use YouTube to like the one you think should win.

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  • Elisha - Loyal

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    One thing is crystal clear the moment you hear his voice: Elisha is an incredibly talented artist with a bright future ahead of him. Sony Music Denmark immediately began courting Elisha when they heard the demo sent in by a friend featuring Elisha, and finally signed him to a contract in the spring of 2017. Elisha wasn’t entirely convinced that a recording contract was the right move at first, given the young vocalist’s independent and unconventional drive. Having been raised outside the confines of archetypical Nordic modesty, Elisha is an artist with grand ambitions – and visions of charting a unique path to achieving them.

    Background

    21-year-old Elisha originally hails from the Democratic Republic of Congo and moved frequently throughout central Africa during his childhood, including stays in Rwanda, Kenya and Uganda. As a young teenager, he moved to Kenya with his father – the last stop before coming to Denmark at the age of 15 and settling (for now) in Copenhagen. While in Kenya, Elisha founded his own gospel choir, marking his first true introduction to singing and sowing the seeds of what would become the most stable factor in his ever-changing life: music.

  • Jean-Eric Bohdanowicz - Power of Small entry

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    Jean-Eric Bohdanowicz entry to MSF's 'Power of Small' soundtrack competition. SUBSCRIBE HERE:

    Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) is an international, independent, medical humanitarian organisation that delivers emergency aid to people affected by armed conflict, epidemics, natural disasters and exclusion from healthcare.

    TOP PLAYLISTS

    EBOLA -
    MSF is on the frontline in the fight against Ebola - one of the world’s most deadly diseases. Find out what we’re doing in our projects across West Africa.

    EYEWITNESS - Watch MSF's eyewitness testimony from the frontline of humanitarian emergencies across the world.

    THE REACH OF WAR -
    In late 2013, MSF sent to record “a day in the life” of the brutal, relentless conflict in Syria - to collect imagery and narratives that might foster a deeper understanding of the reach of this war.

    MONTH IN FOCUS -
    Each and every month, watch the latest news from our projects around the world and see what we really do.

    HIV/AIDS: See What We See -
    Today, 9.6 million people with HIV/AIDS are on lifesaving treatment, antiretroviral drugs cost a fraction of what they used to. However, this is not the full picture – See What We See exposes the reality of HIV/ AIDS as experienced by MSF.

    EVERYDAY EMERGENCY -
    For decades, the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) has been in the grip of an emergency. Violence in its eastern provinces are an everyday occurrence that has torn the country apart and left millions dead.

    TUBERCULOSIS – What is it?
    Tuberculosis (TB) is one of the most deadly infectious diseases in the world. Each year it kills 1.4 million people with nearly another nine million suffering from the disease, mainly in developing countries. Find out what it is, how the body reacts, and what MSF are doing combat this deadly disease.

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  • Congo Ft. Congo

    3:16

    Congo (1995) Paramount mixed with the song Congo (1981) by Genesis.
    Obviously I am not the copyright holder, and have made this video for fun.

  • The Foundation of Congolese Rumba bass By Lofombo

    3:06

    THIS DVD IS COMING OUT ON THE 5.12.2020 .., SUITABLE FOR ALL LEVEL

    MBEMBA NDOMBASI nicknamed by its music lovers LOFOMBO, began his career in groups in the district. First by the battery in 1981 for the bass guitar in 1983.
    In 1985, he joined the Orchestra of the Radio Television Nationale Congolaise (RTNC), over time the voice of ZAIRE. The scarcity of bassists in Congolese music will be at the base of many different musical groups solicitations.
    For this, a good number of groups will be required to adjust their days and hours of rehearsal over availability of GODE LOFOMBO.
    It is between other OVOZA (Orchestra of the voice of Zaire), Super Wawa of Djo Nickel (a naysayer of Grand Zaiko), Dynamic Acha of LIKI DJO and Super shock of his big brother SHORA MBEMBA (the creator of dance MANDOUNDOU). GODE LOFOMBO evolved so until 1990.It was during this year that it will hone his bass guitar in one of rare jazz, band Sim Lipate the old SIMBARD.
    In 1991, LOFOMBO will a meteoric rise in the EMPIRE BAKUBA of PEPE KALLE, real name KABASELE YA MPANYA. Very loved by PEPE Kalle until his death.
    The departure of PEPE KALLE was a great shock to LOFOMBO, adored by the elephant of Congolese music, some of his colleagues in the Group found then an opportunity to upset him.
    In 1999, the number 1 of the Congolese bass created the DELTA FORCE BAND until these days. In addition, MBEMBA NDOMBASI, called bendele ya Congo (in French emblem of the Congo), has participated in several albums and songs of the giants of Congolese and African music in arrangement , production and as well as programming
    This is the case of: LUTUMBA SIMARO MASIYA in the album TRAHISON , MADILU SYSTEM in FRERE EDOUARD , POUVOIR - BONHEUR, WERRASON in album INTERVENTION RAPIDE , DEFAO MATUMONA (several albums including the last in progress titled SOKOFERE); DORA DEKA (Cameroonian artist); AURLUS MABELE (Congo Brazza City); Daniel Ngobo, YONDO SISTER, Alain Coucou, Jean Papy Ramazani, Mbuta Likasu (album Attention Obus), Blaise Bula (album Ponderation 8 dela Generation Wenge Musica), Marie Paul (the Generation Wenge Musica), LOFOMBO has also worked with artists providing religious music this is the case of the ABBE MAKAMBA of the diocese of Kinshasa and several other artists.

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