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Playlist of List of Democratic Republic of the Congo musicians

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  • All National Anthems Which Have Been Played by the U.S. Navy Band

    4:2:32

    This is a compilation of all the national anthems which have been recorded by the U.S. Navy band in alphabetical order:

    Afghanistan: 00:00:00
    Albania: 00:01:13
    Algeria: 00:02:19
    Angola: 00:03:37
    Antigua and Barbuda: 00:04:59
    Argentina: 00:06:00
    Armenia: 00:09:33
    Aruba: 00:10:02
    Australia: 00:12:08
    Austria: 00:13:03
    Azerbaijan: 00:14:32
    Bahamas: 00:16:44
    Bahrain: 00:17:58
    Bangladesh: 00:18:48
    Barbados: 00:21:02
    Belarus: 00:22:21
    Belau (Palau): 00:24:16
    Belgium: 00:25:08
    Belize: 00:26:11
    Benin: 00:28:53
    Bolivia: 00:30:01
    Bosnia and Herzegovina: 00:31:41
    Botswana: 00:33:46
    Brazil: 00:34:43
    Brunei: 00:36:35
    Bulgaria: 00:37:40
    Burkina Faso: 00:39:40
    Cambodia: 00:41:27
    Cameroon: 00:42:59
    Canada: 00:43:56
    Cape Verde: 00:45:15
    Central African Republic: 00:46:26
    Chile: 00:47:32
    China: 00:49:34
    Colombia: 00:50:18
    Comoros: 00:52:59
    The Democratic Republic of the Congo (wrong flag): 00:54:35
    The Cook Islands: 00:56:04
    Costa Rica: 00:57:09
    Cote d'Ivoire (The Ivory Coast): 00:58:59
    Croatia: 01:00:08
    Cuba: 01:01:08
    Czech Republic (Czechia): 01:02:00
    Denmark: 01:03:05
    Djibouti: 01:04:24
    Dominica: 01:05:12
    Dominican Republic: 01:06:01
    East Timor: 01:07:37
    Ecuador: 01:09:47
    Egypt: 01:13:06
    El Salvador: 01:14:31
    Eritrea: 01:18:52
    The European Union: 01:22:47
    Fiji: 01:24:43
    Finland: 01:26:09
    France: 1:26:56
    Gabon: 01:28:15
    Gambia: 01:30:00
    Georgia: 01:31:19
    Germany: 01:32:45
    Ghana: 01:33:59
    Greece: 01:34:56
    Guatemala: 01:35:42
    Guinea: 01:37:19
    Guinea-Bissau: 01:38:32
    Guyana: 01:39:32
    Haiti: 01:40:25
    The Holy See (Vatican City): 01:41:02
    Honduras: 01:44:15
    Hungary: 01:47:02
    Iceland: 01:48:35
    India: 01:50:14
    Indonesia: 01:51:17
    Iraq: 01:53:06
    Ireland: 01:54:51
    Israel: 01:55:57
    Italy: 01:57:11
    Jamaica: 01:58:49
    Japan: 02:00:14
    Jordan: 02:01:13
    Kazakhstan: 02:01:50
    Kenya: 02:03:33
    Korea, South: 02:05:32
    Kosovo: 02:06:29
    Kuwait: 02:07:26
    Kyrgystan: 02:08:00
    Laos: 02:10:03
    Latvia: 02:10:54
    Lebanon: 02:12:40
    Liberia: 02:13:30
    Libya: 02:14:58
    Liechtenstein: 02:16:06
    Lithuania: 02:17:30
    Luxembourg: 02:19:17
    Macedonia: 02:20:40
    Madagascar: 02:21:30
    Malawi: 02:22:32
    Malaysia: 02:23:24
    The Maldives: 02:24:23
    Malta: 02:25:31
    The Marshall Islands: 02:26:19
    Mauritiania: 02:28:38
    Mauritius: 02:29:17
    Mexico: 02:30:16
    The Federated States of Micronesia: 02:31:57
    Moldova: 02:32:33
    Monaco: 02:33:44
    Montenegro: 02:35:12
    Morocco: 02:37:17
    Mozambique: 02:38:25
    Myanmar: 02:39:27
    Namibia: 02:40:06
    Nepal: 02:41:35
    The Netherlands Antilles: 02:42:45
    The Netherlands: 02:44:27
    (Papua) New Guinea: 02:45:16
    New Zealand: 02:46:14
    Nicaragua: 02:47:16
    NIgeria: 02:48:17
    Northern Mariana Islands: 02:49:05
    Norway: 02:50:33
    Oman: 02:51:35
    Pakistan: 02:53:29
    Panama: 02:54:51
    Peru: 02:56:40
    The Philippines: 02:59:49
    Poland: 03:00:51
    Portugal: 03:01:34
    Puerto Rico: 03:02:44
    Qatar: 03:04:19
    Romania: 03:05:45
    Russia: 03:08:04
    Rwanda: 03:09:12
    Sao Tome and Principe: 03:11:30
    Saudi Arabia: 03:13:35
    Senegal: 03:14:10
    Serbia: 03:15:05
    Seychelles: 03:16:52
    Sierra Leone: 03:17:59
    Singapore: 03:18:45
    Slovakia: 03:20:04
    Slovenia: 03:20:38
    South Africa: 03:21:34
    South Sudan: 03:23:36
    Spain: 03:24:53
    Sri Lanka: 03:25:55
    St. Kitt's and Nevis: 03:28:27
    Sudan: 03:29:29
    Swaziland: 03:30:15
    Sweden: 03:31:23
    Swizterland: 03:32:50
    Syria: 03:34:14
    Tanzania: 03:35:20
    Thailand: 03:36:12
    Togo: 03:36:56
    Trinidad and Tobago: 03:37:48
    Tunisia: 03:39:03
    Turkey: 03:39:55
    Turkmenistan: 03:41:19
    Ukraine: 03:44:13
    United Arab Emirates: 03:45:31
    The United Kingdom: 03:46:21
    The United States of America: 03:47:24
    Uruguay: 03:48:42
    Uzbekistan: 03:53:11
    Vanuatu: 03:55:37
    Venezuela: 03:56:36
    Vietnam: 03:58:07
    The U.S. Virgin Islands: 03:59:18
    Yemen: 04:01:42

    This video is not intended to establish the legitimacy of a government included as a nation, nor is it intended to denounce the legitimacy of the governments of any nations not included.

    This video is not sponsored by the United States Navy Band or the US Federal Government in any way, shape, or form. Still, these songs are works of employees of the US Federal government in the course of their official duties, meaning that they are in the public domain.

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  • African soukous

    1:21:55


    0:00:00 LOKETO - Soukous
    0:05:12 TCHICO TCHICAYA - Degager la route
    0:09:52 DIBLO DIBALA & MATCHATCHA - Mutoto Africa
    0:15:22 DALLY KIMOKO et SOUKOUS STARS - Kin night
    0:25:54 ALAIN KOUNKOU - Folle ambiance
    0:31:13 AURLUS MABELE & LOKETO - Zenab
    0:36:38 LUCIEN BOKILO - Aziza
    0:41:42 MICHEL MOUTOUARI - La vie la vie
    0:50:30 NYBOMA - Lidy
    0:55:20 TCHICO TCHICAYA - De Brazza à Paris
    0:59:27 NGOUMA LOKITO - Nady blonde
    1:04:17 ZAÏKO LANGA LANGA - Medley; SOS Maya, Zizita, Kabobo, Pa Oki, Baniongo, Anzele Muambu

    This has been uploaded for entertainment purposes only. No copyright infringement intended.

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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.

  • Bavon Marie Marie????????????: Special Rumba African Vol.1 !

    20:42

    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 #African #Music

    Track-list consists of:
    Que Tenga Hora (Cuban Son), Success ya ba ndombe (Rumba Soukous), Embembe ya mbua (Rumba Soukous), Moyeke ya cherie (Rumba Sukuma), Palado Palado (Rumba Sukuma), and Albertine Mwana Ya Ndeke (Rumba Sukuma).

    Vocals: Franklin Boukaka, Hubert Djeskin Dihunga, Amba Zozo, Gaspard Gaspy Luwowo
    Solo Guitarist: Bavon Marie Marie
    Rhythm Guitarist: Jean Dinos
    Bassist: Hubert Djeskin Dihunga
    Drums: Samy Kiadaka
    Sax: Moro Maurice, Empompo Loway, Andre Manga

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  • GOSPEL CONGO RELOADED - DJ DARIUS 2018 RHUMBA SEBEN

    1:22:09

    COLLECTION OF GOSPEL LINGALA CONGOLESE MUSIC..FOR PRAISE
    #RHUMBAMIX
    #DJDARIUS
    #AMBASSADEUR DE LA RHUMBA
    #TRENDING

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

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    Download the music:

    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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  • Mario - TP OK Jazz - Franco Luambo Makiadi

    7:26

    Mario - Probably Franco's greatest hit. (well, part of it anyway)

  • Kanda Bongo Man - Monie

    4:44

    Kanda Bongo Man

  • Esther Wahome - Mama Official Video

    3:44

    Esther Wahome - Mama [Official Video]

    #EstherWahome, #NgommaGospel

    ©2018 Administered by Ngomma VAS Limited.

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  • Jose Chameleone Live Performance in Juba South Sudan

    6:25

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  • World History Ep. 14: The Cold War in Latin America or, This is why they hate us there!

    46:11

    An overview of 20th century Latin American history, US and USSR influence in the region and the rise of Communist Cuba.

  • Ethiopia National Anthem with music, vocal and lyrics Amharic w/English Translation

    1:39

    WATCH the instrumental with lyrics version at ….

    This channel does not own the music/lyrics, musical arrangement/accompaniment nor the vocal rendition/interpretation.

  • Fally Ipupa - Hustler is Back

    7:59

    Abonne toi à la chaîne officielle de Fally Ipupa
    CLIQUE ICI ➤

    Pour télécharger :
    POWER KOSA LEKA
    le nouvel album de Fally Ipupa
    Vol. 1 ➤
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    CONCERT AU ZÉNITH



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  • Malawi National Anthem with music, vocal and lyrics Chichewa w/English Translation

    3:52

    WATCH the instrumental version with lyrics at ….

    This channel does not own the music/lyrics, musical arrangement/accompaniment nor the vocal rendition/interpretation.

  • Deep Forest 1992 High Quality

    41:04

    This fantastic Album is the first musical sensation from French duo Eric Mouquet and Michel Sanchez. The album mixes New Age electronics with UNESCO field recordings of music from the Democratic Republic of the Congo, the Solomon Islands, Burundi, Tibesti, and the Sahel.

    Support Deep Forest here:






    Some profits from this album go to the Pygmy Fund, a California-based organisation committed to helping the natives of central Africa cope with environmental threats to their homeland.

  • Kanda Bongo Man - Nzing Nzong

    7:09

    Kanda Bongo Man (born Bongo Kanda; (1955) is a Congolese soukous musician.

    Kanda Bongo Man was born in Inongo, Democratic Republic of the Congo. He became the singer for Orchestra Belle Mambo in 1973, developing a sound influenced by Tabu Ley. His solo career only started to take off after moving to Paris in 1979, where his music started to incorporate elements of then-vibrant zouk music popularized by Kassav (originating in the French West Indies). His first solo albums, Iyole in 1981 and Djessy in 1982, were hits.

    He is known for the structural changes he implemented to soukous music. The previous approach was to sing several verses and have one guitar solo at the end of the song. Kanda Bongo Man revolutionized soukous by encouraging guitar solos after every verse and even sometimes at the beginning of the song. His form of soukous gave birth to the kwassa kwassa dance rhythm where the hips move back and forth while the hands move to follow the hips.
    Like many African rumba and soukous musicians before him, Kanda Bongo Man also had an entourage of musicians. Many of Kanda's musicians later moved on to start their own solo careers. Most notable of these was Diblo Dibala. Known as Machine Gun, Diblo Dibala was a vital part of Kanda Bongo Man's lineup on several albums, including Kwasa Kwasa and Amour Fou.

    Kanda Bongo Man still tours in Europe and the United States. On July, 2005, he performed at the LIVE 8: Africa Calling concert in Cornwall.
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  • African Congo Drum Music

    44:05

    The traditional music of Africa, given the vastness of the continent, is historically ancient, rich and diverse, with different regions and nations of Africa having many distinct musical traditions. Music in Africa is very important when it comes to religion. Songs and music are used in rituals and religious ceremonies, to pass down stories from generation to generation, as well as to sing and dance to. Traditional music in most of the continent is passed down orally (or aurally) and is not written. In sub-Saharan African music traditions, it frequently relies on percussion instruments of every variety, including xylophones, djembes, drums, and tone-producing instruments such as the mbira or kalimba.

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  • Samba Mapangala & Orchestra Virunga - AFH436

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    Performance - 8 July 2012
    Samba Mapangala and his group Orchestre Virunga are one of the classic bands from Central and East Africa from the last 25 years. Known and loved throughout East Africa and beyond for his astounding voice, Samba created an innovative mix of the best Congolese rumba and soukous with an earthier Kenyan style.Their song and CD of the same name ‘Malako Disco’ (originally released in 1984 and later renamed ‘Virunga Volcano’ in Europe) is almost always featured in lists of the top all-time African recordings. Virunga Volcano is among the 100 Essential (World Music) CDs in the Rough Guide book series. Born in Matadi, Zaire (DR Congo), Samba Mapangala played with various Kinshasa bands including Super Bella Bella in the early 1970s, before forming his first band, Les Kinois in Kampala, Uganda where he had moved. Samba then led his band of musicians east after the stint in Uganda, and as lead singer and songwriter, they relocated to Nairobi, Kenya in 1977 where they took the scene by storm. Samba’s voice and songwriting talents won Les Kinois the recognition which lifted them above the crowd of bands struggling for work in Kenya. Samba was not satisfied by producing generic Congolese rumba (AKA soukous) and he quickly adopted East African influences, incorporating the lilting benga rhythms of Kenya. In 1981 he formed Orchestre Virunga, a band made up of Congolese and Kenyan musicians which became one of the most popular bands in all East Africa.Singing in both Congolese Lingala and Kenyan Swahili languages, Samba and the Orchestre Virunga won a large and dedicated following in Nairobi. This exploded following the release of his classic track Malako in 1984, a song which reverberated across the dance floors of Africa and which remains legendary to this day.In 1989 Samba made his first visit to Europe recording with Quatre Etoiles in Paris. In 1991 he returned with Orchestre Virunga for a European tour after which Samba stayed in London to record ‘Feet on Fire’ for the Stern’s label. These recordings were extremely well received and a punishing tour schedule took them across the world. Finally in 1997, after a successful but exhausting North American tour, Samba decided to settle in Washington DC, USA and take a well earned break. After three years however, he could no longer resist the urge to record and flew to France where he gathered a group of Congolese musicians with whom he made the album ‘Ujumbe’. Samba’s lyric’s offer an insightful social commentary as well as plenty of homespun advice, and this is offset by the dance-friendly music his band creates.In May 2004 Samba went on a 2-week concert tour of Tanzania after a 7-year absence. He performed with an all-star line-up of musicians based in Kenya and Tanzania. he repeated this trip back to an equally heart-felt homecoming in Nairobi in 2006.In 2005 a collection from the Orchestre Virunga archives was released as ‘Virunga Roots Volume 1’. Pleased by the enthusiasm with which this was received, the band regrouped in 2006 to record ‘Song and Dance’ for Virunga Records. His hunger now restored and with a group of excellent musicians formed around him, Samba is ready to take to the road again, leaving no dance floor unfilled.

  • Evolution - Congo Independence Live Arrangement

    5:30

    This live arrangement was put together by EVLTN to celebrate our culture 60th anniversary Independence of DR Congo ???????? through our gifts of music blending old school vibes & the new school vibes. ENJOY IT, SHARE IT & TAG US on twitter / instagram (@evltnmusic) in your videos with your favourite parts of the arrangement‼️CONGO TO THE WORLD ???????????????????? #Congo60


    SONG LIST:
    1. Congo National Anthem
    2. Dior (Remix) - idpizzle
    3. Validé - Amanda Malela
    4. Bana Congo - Donat Mwanza
    5. Zigida - Fabregas Le Métis Noir
    6. Alerte Général - Werrason
    7. Effrakata - Koffi Olomide


    CREDITS:
    Drum: Gabriel Tempo????
    Bass Guitar: Kemy Siala ????
    Lead Guitar: Kevin Ekofo ????
    Main Keys: Glody Ekofo????
    Aux Keys: Motaniel Ngina????
    Mix/Master: Jeremie Ngandu ????
    Videography: Christian Ekofo ????
    Studio: DreamLand Music Studios ????

  • KOKOKO!: NPR Music Tiny Desk Concert

    16:02

    Watch KOKOKO! play Likolo, Tongos'a and Malembe at the Tiny Desk.

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    Nov. 18, 2019 | Bob Boilen -- KOKOKO! are sonic warriors. They seized control of the Tiny Desk, shouting their arrival through a megaphone, while electronic sirens begin to blare. There's a sense of danger in their sonic presence that left no doubt that something momentous was about to happen. And it did!

    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.

    SET LIST
    Likolo
    Tongos'a
    Malembe

    MUSICIANS
    Makara Bianko: drums, vocals; Débruit: synthesizer, vocals; Boms Bomolo: bass, vocals; Dido Oweke: guitar; Love Lokombe: percussion, vocals;

    CREDITS
    Producers: Bob Boilen, Morgan Noelle Smith; Creative Director: Bob Boilen; Audio Engineers: Josh Rogosin, Alex Drewenskus ; Videographers: Morgan Noelle Smith, Jack Corbett, Bronson Arcuri, Maia Stern; Associate Producer: Bobby Carter; Executive Producer: Lauren Onkey; VP, Programming: Anya Grundmann; Photo: Ben De La Cruz/NPR

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  • Jupiter & Okwess: NPR Music Tiny Desk Concert

    12:23

    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.

  • BB King - Instrumental - Live in Africa 1974

    1:13



    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
    your introduction to the King of the Blues, you'll understand why he is so loved the
    world over.

    -Charles Sawyer

    Charles Sawyer is the author of the first biography of B.B. King.
    The Arrival Of B.B. King (Doubleday 1980, Da Capo 1982),
    He teaches History Of Blues In America at Harvard Extension School,
    and leads his own blues band, 2120 South Michigan Avenue.

  • Mbongwana Star - Malukayi

    6:03

    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.



  • 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

  • BB King - To Know You Is To Love You - Live In Africa 74

    3:54



    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
    your introduction to the King of the Blues, you'll understand why he is so loved the
    world over.

    -Charles Sawyer

    Charles Sawyer is the author of the first biography of B.B. King.
    The Arrival Of B.B. King (Doubleday 1980, Da Capo 1982),
    He teaches History Of Blues In America at Harvard Extension School,
    and leads his own blues band, 2120 South Michigan Avenue.

  • How to play national anthem of Congo Arise Congolese | Debout Congolais

    1:35

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  • 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.

  • 2016 - 25 Favorite National Anthems

    14:59

    This video is based on musical appeal and not politics.
    Sorry if I didn't include your favorite anthem.

    Not everything in this list is a country that either still exists or is a sovereign nation, I just added anthems that I thought sounded nice.

    Here is the list:
    25. La Marcha Real (Spain)
    24. Himnusz (Hungary)
    23. Der Er Et Yndigt Land (Denmark)
    22. Ja, Vi Elsker Dette Landet (Norway)
    21. Say Aun Thunga Phool Ka (Nepal)
    20. Qaumi Taranah (Pakistan)
    19. Hino Nacional Brasileiro (Brazil)
    18. O Canada (Canada)
    17. Advance Australia Fair (Australia)
    16. Hatikvah (Israel)
    15. Ymnos Is Tin Eleftherian (Greece)
    14. My, Belarusy (Belarus)
    13. Menin, Kazakstanym (Kazakhstan)
    12. Azerbaycan Marsi (Azerbaijan)
    11. Flouer O Scotland (Scotland)
    10. Mazurek Dabrowskiego (Poland)
    9. Hen Wlad Fy Nhadau (Wales)
    8. Vstavaj, Donbass (Donetsk)
    7. Deutschlandlied (Germany)
    6. Il Canto Delgi Italiani (Italy)
    5. Auferstanden Aus Ruinen (East Germany)
    4. Nkosi Sikelel` iAfrika (South Africa)
    3. La Marseillaise (France)
    2. Desteapta-te Romane (Romania)
    1. Gosudarstvenny Gimn SSSR (Soviet Union)

  • Angelica Rose Galvan - Intro to Batteries Mini Lecture + I Do Care Science Parody

    17:58

    I would like to thank everyone who was a part of my video. If you would only like to see the musical part, skip to 14:18.

    Since we are all stuck inside and since it was Earth day last week, I thought this would be a good opportunity to compile all of the random adventures I've had with people outside of the lab, in nature. Happy social distancing! :)

    To learn more about lithium mining:



    To learn more about cobalt mining in the DRC:


    Photo credits:



  • MSF - Power of Small: A Music Competition

    1:07

    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:

    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.

    WHERE WE WORK – We work in more than 60 countries across the world – Learn more about our work at msf.org.uk

    SYRIA -

    SOUTH SUDAN -

    CENTRAL AFRICAN REPUBLIC -

    DR CONGO -

  • Panda City - Beautiful | Sofar NYC

    3:54

    Panda City performing “Beautiful” at Sofar New York on June 3rd, 2017. We put on more than 70 shows every month in New York, see upcoming dates and sign-up for tickets here:

    For a new gig every day, along with playlists, features and more, subscribe to Sofar here:

    See the full list of show dates here:

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    Artist: Panda City



    This video was filmed at

    Filmed by: Joyce Zhao & Daniel Naman

    Edited by: Joyce Zhao

    Audio by: Enrique Mancía

  • 64-The Blues Pt.1-Roots

    1:27:28

    It's about time to have a discussion about the blues! This can't be done, properly, in one episode. This episode will be the first of a few on the history of the blues. We'll go way back to origins of the African people, in America. We will learn of their struggles that resulted in this rich, emotional, honest and powerful music. This is the story of American music. We're going to take it back to the roots!

  • Congolese Gospel Music - Acha Niseme - Rafiki Syaviha Official Video 2020

    3:48

  • Siama | Full Episode | The Lowertown Line

    26:49

    Growing up in the Bakongo region of western Zaire, Congolese-born musician Siama Matuzungidi spent evenings under the stars telling stories, playing music and dancing, which formed the bedrock of his musical inspiration. He went on to become a sensation as a Soukous musician, contributing to more than 100 singles from the golden era of Congolese music in East Africa. In 2014, Siama received a McKnight Fellowship for Performing Musicians, which inspired him to finally pic up the mic and sing. His live concert performance at the Twin Cities PBS Studios will inspire you to dance with abandon. Don’t miss the full-length episode on lowertownline.org:

    About the episode
    Watch Siama perform a dance-worthy collision of world beats that blends influences from his Soukous roots with folk, bluegrass, reggae, soca, calypso and blues during a live performance at the Twin Cities PBS studios in Lowertown, St. Paul. Filmed on January 12, 2017.

    About The Lowertown Line
    “The Lowertown Line” is a music television series from Twin Cities PBS (TPT) that celebrates the Twin Cities music scene in all its glory and variety. “The Lowertown Line” features local musical acts performing concert-style for a studio audience, as well as interviews and “day in the life” scenes with the featured artists. Audiences can experience “The Lowertown Line” through the monthly live tapings around town and at TPT, online videos, or through the 30-minute broadcasts. The series is funded by the State Arts and Cultural Heritage Fund of the Legacy Amendment.

    For more information about “The Lowertown Line,” visit
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    #LowertownLine

  • Power of Small Finalist - Sébastien Baret

    1:14

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

    Share this video using #MSFpower

    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.

    Drum roll....

    The four finalists are:

    • Sebastien Baret -

    • David Nichols -

    • Samuel Pegg -

    • Nathan Stornetta -

    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.

    Then get your friends, your families, your neighbours and your networks to vote -- use the hash tag #MSFpower to share this page and champion your choice! These tunes deserve to be heard around the world.

    You have until 14th February 2014 to vote. Get clicking. 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.

    WHERE WE WORK – We work in more than 60 countries across the world – Learn more about our work at msf.org.uk

    SYRIA -

    SOUTH SUDAN -

    CENTRAL AFRICAN REPUBLIC -

    DR CONGO -

  • Power of Small Finalist - Samuel Pegg

    1:12

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

    Share this video using #MSFpower

    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.

    Drum roll....

    The four finalists are:

    • Sebastien Baret -

    • David Nichols -

    • Samuel Pegg -

    • Nathan Stornetta -

    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.

    Then get your friends, your families, your neighbours and your networks to vote -- use the hash tag #MSFpower to share this page and champion your choice! These tunes deserve to be heard around the world.

    You have until 14th February 2014 to vote. Get clicking. 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.

    WHERE WE WORK – We work in more than 60 countries across the world – Learn more about our work at msf.org.uk

    SYRIA -

    SOUTH SUDAN -

    CENTRAL AFRICAN REPUBLIC -

    DR CONGO -

  • MSF Power of Small Soundtrack Competition - Sven Engdahl Hamiltons Entry

    1:22

    This is Sven Engdahl Hamilton's Power of Small Competition Entry. Give it the thumbs up if you like it. 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.

    WHERE WE WORK – We work in more than 60 countries across the world – Learn more about our work at msf.org.uk

    SYRIA -

    SOUTH SUDAN -

    CENTRAL AFRICAN REPUBLIC -

    DR CONGO -

  • Nigerian National Anthem . arr. Alaba Ilesanmi.

    53

    A Journey to Africa concert, September 2016. Featuring the San Jacinto College (Central) Chorale under the direction of Dr. Paul Busselberg. Concert directed by Alaba Ilesanmi.

    Appreciation goes to the then-director of the music department at San Jacinto College, Central, Mr. Eric Late.

  • MSF-UK - Power of Small

    1:12

    Small things matter. Small can be powerful. Giving something, however small, to Médecins Sans Frontières or Doctors Without Borders means we can reach those in the greatest need in their darkest hour.

    Because we are funded in this way we can be fiercely independent
    and free from red tape.

    Our simple aim is to help people who are victims of violence, malnutrition, disease and disasters.

    We're a truly international organization free from political affiliation and influence.
    Every contribution makes it possible for us to reach the people who need help most
    exactly when they need us.

    So join the global community of people giving something small to help us make a huge difference around the world.

    Please do something small. Do something powerful. Sign up to a regular donation and share this video. Thank you.

    Please DONATE HERE:

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    Share this video using #MSFpower 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.

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    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.

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    Michael Lerner's 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.

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    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.

    WHERE WE WORK – We work in more than 60 countries across the world – Learn more about our work at msf.org.uk

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  • MSF Power of Small Soundtrack Competition - Spardeck Musiques Entry

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    This is Spardeck Musique's Power of Small Competition Entry. Give it the thumbs up if you like it. 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.

    WHERE WE WORK – We work in more than 60 countries across the world – Learn more about our work at msf.org.uk

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  • TOP 10 CONGO GOSPEL MUSIC 2017 - GOSPEL MUSIC CONGOLESE - TOP WORSHIP SONGS 2017

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