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Download " Double double " by Nyiboma Mwandido mp4 download free video

Nyiboma Mwan dido or Nyboma, is a prominent Soukous musician He was born in Zaire (now known as the Democratic Republic of Congo) Nyiboma learned to sing as a child in Nioki, 200km north east of the capital, in the church choir He sang in the school choir when his family moved to Kinshasa while he was still in primary school He joined his first band, Baby National, as a professional singer in 1969 at the age of eighteen and later moved to Negro Succes until Bavan Marie-Marie, Franco s brother, died He then signed with Editions Veve record label and joined one of Zaire s biggest bands Orchestre Bella Bella He broke away and started a band called Lipua Lipua, with which he scored the hit "Kamale" When he left Lipua Lipua, he called his next band Les Kamale In the 1970s, Les Kamale was a popular danceband with their hits "Salanga" and "Afida na ngai " In 1979 Nyboma was drafted into African All-Stars in Togo, after the bands founder Sam Mangwana had left They recorded the hits "Doublé Doublé" and "Papy Sodolo" Nyboma has worked with many musical greats from Congo, from Pepe Kalle and others in Empire Bakuba, to Koffi Olomide and his counterparts in Les Quatre Etoiles Bopol, Syran and Wuta Mayi Nyboma s album Anicet was produced by Ibrahim Sylla, and his signature is evident from the polished, multi-layered songs in the album—including a song in which Nyboma pays tribute to Malcolm X (in a song of the same title) and to Pan-Africanism in a song entitled Abissinia (a name for ancient Ethiopia) Several of his albums are collaborations with Pepe Kalle, Madilu Système, Kamale, Lokassa Ya Mbongo, and ot

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Download " Ba Gerants " by Mbilia Bel mp4 download free video

Born in 1959 and brought up in the Democratic Republic of the Congo, M bilia Bel became successful in the early 1980s when she recorded and toured with Tabu Ley Rochereau, and made her own solo albums The birth of her first child prompted her to take a break from performing, however, and after a last album with Tabu Ley in 1987, she moved to Paris There she started working with guitarist Rigo Star, and between 1989 and 1990 she went on tour to the United States, the United Kingdom, and West Africa With a combination of beauty, an angelic soprano voice, and tremendous agility on stage, M bilia Bel stole the hearts of music fans all over the continent She was Africa s first female transcontinental diva She became the first female musician from Africa who could claim popularity all over the entire continent and beyond In fact, one could argue that there has not been any female musician from Africa who has captured the imagination of music fans across the continent as much as M bilia Bel did in the eighties South African Miriam Makeba, known as Mama Afrika, popularity peaked in the 1960s but could not attract as many fans as M bilia Bel did later She began her performing career at the age of seventeen singing backup for Abeti Masikini and later with Sam Mangwana She burst into the music scene when she joined Tabu Ley s Afrisa International in 1981 The duo of Tabu ley and M bilia Bel was an instant hit The combination of Tabu Ley s composing genius and Mbilia Bel s heavenly voice resulted in high sales of Afrisa records Her first song with Afrisa, released in early 1982, was "Mpeve Ya Longo", which means Holy Spirit in Kikongo It was a moving song about spousal abuse In the song, M bilia sang the part of a woman who had been abandoned by her husband and has to raise the children by herself The song was very popular, especially among women in Zaire Her ever first album, released in 1983, was the extremely popular Eswi yo wapi, which roughly translates to "Where did it hurt you?", composed by both Tabu Ley and M bilia Bel The song won the award for the best song of 1983 in Zaire, and M bilia Bel won the award for best new performer She went on to feature on several other songs that year, including Tabu Ley s "Lisanga ya Bambanda", "Faux pas" and Dino Vangu s "Quelle Mechante" Thanks to M bilia Bel, the popularity of Afrisa International was soaring Even songs that did not feature M bilia Bel were receiving more exposure The stranglehold that Franco s TPOK Jazz had held in the music scene was now being loosened, as Afrisa could now match TPOK Jazz in popularity and record sales, thanks to the arrival of this new sensation who was now being referred to as the African tigress Concerts of Afrisa were now a huge draw M bilia Bel was always the main attraction, and when she made an appearance, the crowds often went into a frenzy She was a talented stage performer and often tantalized crowds with her exceptional dancing ability when she would join the Rocherreautes (dancers) in their dance routine By the mid-eighties, Mbilia bel had officially married Tabu Ley and was a refined and mature performer Her songs continued to dominate the scene Among them was "Mobali na ngai wana", which roughly translates to "This Husband of Mine" The song was composed by Tabu Ley and Roger Izeidi and is an adaptation of a traditional song in Kikongo In the song, M bilia Bel praises her husband as being handsome and successful and stresses the fact that even though he has the opportunity to choose from any of Kinshasa s beautiful women, he chose her Other songs that blazed the charts during that period include "Balle a terre" and "Bameli soy" In 1987 Tabu Ley recruited another female artiste to accompany M bilia Bel Kishila Ngoyi was her real name, but she was known by her artistic name, Faya Tess It was with this new lineup that Afrisa embarked on a tour of East Africa that took in Kenya, Tanzania and Rwanda, culminating in the album Nadina, which had Lingala and Swahili versions of the title song The tour was well received by crowds M bilia Bel took centre stage, overshadowing other Afrisa artistes including Ndombe Opetum who had returned from TP OK Jazz Upon their return to Kinshasa, rumours started surfacing about a rift between Tabu ley and M bilia Bel Apparently Mbilia Bel was not too happy about the emergence of Faya Tess, who seemed ready to steal her thunder Both publicly denied having any problems M bilia Bel quit the band late in 1987 to embark on a solo career She briefly joined with a Gabonese producer in Libreville before leaving for Paris where she joined with guitarist Rigo Starr Bamundele Her first album with Rigo Starr was entitled "Phénomène" and was a huge success in Kinshasa as well as abroad Subsequent releases such as Yalowa, Desolé and Exploration have met with limited suc

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Download Ten Over Ten Naeto C & V I C Overseas Edition mp4 download free video

NAETO C Naetochukwu Chikwe "Naeto C" was born on December 17th in Houston Texas He spent his earlier years growing up in England and Nigeria within a household hugely influenced by music His likeness for music grew fast and was articulated into other creative art forms, most specifically poetry, which took him to various competitions and earned him accolade as a young poet during his earlier years Naeto attended the prestigious Atlantic Hall Secondary School, Epe Lagos and later moved to the United States of America to further his higher education in SUNY Old Westbury and a year later, George Washington University While in the states, Naeto linked up with Uzikwendu and his brother, Ikechukwu, an up and coming Hip Hop artist out of Washington Heights, NY The trio formed the World Famous Akademy, an aspiring Record Label but most importantly they developed a bond of brotherhood between them and became very close friends While in the States, Naeto C recorded over 40 to 50 songs as a solo artist and about 25 songs with the World Famous Akademy as a group He graduated in 2004 with a B Sc in Biology His original intention was pursuing a professional career within the medical field but like most creative artists, ""Naeto C", opted to drop the medical career path and follow one that would be more accommodating to his creative side His budding sense of self-employment, being an entrepreneur and his numerous business ideas were catalysts to making a career change, however, furthering his educational background still remained a priority Within this period, Storm Records had expressed interest in signing the World Famous Akademy having heard their material on a local radio station Coincidentally, one of the co-owners of Storm, Obi Asika, was an older cousin of Naeto Years prior to Storm indicating interest in the World Famous Akademy, Naeto had already played earlier material of himself and his group to Obi After receiving Obi s message from South Africa about signing the World Famous Akademy trio, Naeto notified the rest of the group and introduced Ikechukwu to Obi over the phone and in person in December 2005 A year later both Naeto and Ikechukwu would return to Nigeria at the beginning of 2006 and Ikechukwu would release his debut album titled "Son of the Soil", laying the foundation for "Naeto C" and the World Famous Akademy While in Nigeria, Naeto got admission into University of Hertfordshire, to pursue a Masters in Biotechnology Having found the ideal recording home that would provide the flexibility to nurture a career in music alongside a Masters program in the UK, signing a record deal with Storm was a perfect match Working as an in-house producer; with his newly discovered production team; "ET-Quake" (Consisting of TY Mix and VC Perez) The phenomenal success of his debut album titled; "You know My P" in 2007 proved to critics beyond all reasonable doubts that Naeto C came into the business with so much to offer It is still one of the best selling hip hop albums in Nigeria till date His first single off the album "Sitting on Top" a classic piece of work, with a delightful video to go with it, Sat on the charts from Soundcity to MTV Base for months He also shot a video for his next single "You Know My P" As a producer, Naeto was able to display his production skills working with Storm artists like Sasha, Dare Art-Alade, GT the Guitarman, Disconnect, Saro-Wiwa and Nkiru Within a year of working with the aforementioned artists, Naeto had successfully recorded over 60 songs including his most recent album material (a bulk of which he co-produced with ET-Quake) A notable production achievement is the "I Believe" song Naeto wrote and co-produced with VC Perez (member of ET-Quake), which features himself, an up and coming R&B Gospel artist, Sheun and the Legendary Hugh Masekela from South Africa Within the same year Naeto garnered a lot of experience performing at major shows like; the Channel O awards, I Believe Tour to Always promo tour with Sasha, and at the 2008 MTN Homecoming Concert Naeto released his third single, "Kini Big Deal" and it ruled the charts, clubs and everywhere else for a very long time Due to demand for Naeto C, he performed at shows like The Thisday Music Festival after parties in both Washington Dc & London and The Nokia Face of Africa event in South Africa He also performed at the Opening of Big Brother Africa and Rhythm Unplugged 2008 He was also honoured by his former schoo

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Download " Titanic " JB Mpiana, Adolphe Dominguez, Alain Makaba & Didier Masela mp4 download free video

In 1989, the growing recognition of Wenge Musica earned the group their first trip to Europe at the behest of producer Kibonge Kokar However, the trip to Paris via Brussels was secured with false papers and the musicians had to pass through customs separately and not as a group The group even started performing as "scouts" of Wenge Musica with forged visas In Zambia, this often takes the form of adding "junior" to the main band such as Junior Mulemena Boys, or Junior Masasu who later became the Oliya Banda Unfortunately, JB Mpiana, Masella, Werrason, Makaba, Blaise Bula were locked up in Kinshasa after the deception of trying to falsify visas was detected Ricoco still thought that the main Wenge Music group would still be able to perform their first concerts when the European administrative concerns had been addressed and continued to rehearse In the meantime, he was joined by Zing-Zong and Aimé Bwanga (already in Paris) to continue rehearsing and playing music Then they recruited other young musicians such as Ya Yuyu, Molopwe, Boss Matuta, former bassist of Viva la Musica, and a young singer Adolphe Dominguez (who left Kinshasa in late 1988 to settle in Europe) At this point no one would have guessed that a new group was actually being formed In Kinshasa, Wenge Musica reorganised but a new tragedy shook the orchestra with the death of guitarist Blaise Kombo At the end of 1989, a benefit concert was performed That evening the mid-soloist Nsele died in a traffic accident Mystery and intrigue surrounded these tragedies with some newspapers reporting that the group had sacrificed one of their colleagues to consolidate their success in the music industry Occult practices of this type, commonly known as "the kindoki", are common in the Congolese music scene The Kinshasa-based Wenge Musica soldiered on with young Patient Kusangila taking his place on rhythm guitar while Ficarra Mwamba (formerly of the band of the Voice of Zaire and Lipua-Lipua) filled the void left by Djolina in the coming months Shortly after these dramatic events, Maradona and Delo Bass, suspicious of Mpiana and Werrason, left the group and flew to Paris, where they met former colleagues Ricoco, Zing-Zong and Aimé Bwanga Maradona was replaced by Titina Mbwinga called "Al Capone"on drums Finally in 1990, JB Mpiana, Werrason, Alain Makaba, Didier Masela, Blaise Bula, Ekokota Roberto, Marie-Paul (who had taken the place of Ricoco) and Titina, the new drummer, landed in Brussels Full King, Manda Chante and Alain Mpelasi (pursuing a degree) were not on the tour The group was supported by Adolphe Dominguez but Ricoco was not allowed to perform with his former colleagues While in Brussels Wenge Musica recorded the album Kin e Bougé and returned to Kinshasa with Adolphe Dominguez Marie-Paul, although brilliant in the chorus of Kin e Bougé, felt uncomfortable and stayed with other musicians in Paris This departure created the Wenge Musica El Paris Wing and started the fierce hatred between those who stayed in Paris and those who returned to Kinshasa The Wenge Musica El Paris movement took place under the patronage of Francis Kalombo Many celebrities of the time Zairian like Lidjo Kwempa, Papa Wemba and Emeneya Kester, gave a boost to Paris wing by giving them some songs Joly Mubiala (the younger brother Kester Emeneya) and Djudju Che (former drummer of Victoria Eleison) even took part in the first recordings When Ricoco performed it with Wenge Musica, he shared the vocals with Werrason, JB and Blaise Bula Wenge Musica El Paris released two albums in succession - Malasi (1991) and Nganga Nzambe (1992), whose song Fidélité sens unique, is an attack on the rival band led by JB Mpiana This was the beginning of the first great rivalry of this new generation Wenge Music Kinshasa responded in kind with their new version of Kin é Bougé and words translated in English meaning "the world is cruel" This appeared to be in direct reference to Marie-Paul, whose "defection" to the Wenge El Paris group is treated as a great act of betrayal Unfortunately, during the release of album Faux de L Amour at the Grand Hotel Kinshasa in December 1997, the the band disintegrated Musicians aligned to the two rivals exchanged words on stage, with Blaise Bula, who was then aligned to JB Mpiana sarcastically telling Werrason, "my friend, you dream, and in your dreams, you would like to be Blaise Bula, JB Mpiana, Alain Makaba it is allowed to dream, my brother " These happened in presence of Papa Wemba who was a guest The concert has come to be known today as le Concert de la Separation This become the turning point for Wenge Musica BCBG 4x4 tout terrain because it meant that Werrason s position in the larger group was not ten

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Download "Cash Flow " By D banj Standard Video mp4 download free video

Biography "D BANJ" (KOKO MASTER) is a Nigerian singer and song writer as well as harmonica guru He performs in Yoruba, English and Pidgin English and has performed his songs as a guest at various JJC & 419 Squad shows including WOMAD River mead His first album titled NO LONG THING which was produced by Don Jazzy includes hits like TONGOLO, MOBO LOWO WON, ALL THE WAY, SOCOR & AIRBORNE, an infectious Afrobeat tune with a juju edge D Banj was born as Dapo Daniel Oyebanjo in the Northern city of Zaria, Kaduna State, Nigeria to an artillery officer and a church dignitary who hailed from Shagamu in Ogun State "D Banj" is a combination of his first name Dapo and his surname Oyebanjo Due to his father s job, D Banj moved several times within Nigeria as well as abroad to India He was sent to the Nigerian Military School at 11 and was expected to enter the military like his father, but at 14 D Banj was introduced to the harmonica by his late brother who tragically died in a plane crash at age 17 His brother s harmonica was one of his possessions recovered after the incidence and D BANJ started to cherish it His incredible harmonica skills are self taught; he says, "I play the harmonica like it was built for me" He has recorded songs with established artistes like Ruggedman, SID, JJC & 419 Squad among others He has also performed along side many international artiste in Nigeria like Jay-Z, Beyonce, Missy Elliot, Ja Rule, Bennie Manand D Banj grew up listening to Fela s music, "his mentor" and he has performed at Femi Kuti s new AFRIKAN SHRINE in Lagos as well as the Shrine Synchro System s regular London Night at Cargo He also performed at the Black President Concert in memory of Fela s art and legacy at the Barbican in London Avoiding becoming an imitator of his hero, D Banj brings Afrobeat to into the 21st century His songs are based on true incidents in his life, documenting the struggles of a young African trying to achieve his dreams (in his case a successful artist musician) D Banj s "All The Way" is about the struggles he has faced with his parents over his chosen ca

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Download " Djarabi Ajatou " Pepe Kalle ft Burj Al Arab mp4 download free video

Pépé Kallé, sometimes written as Pepe Kalle (November 30, 1951 -- November 28, 1998) was a soukous singer, musician and bandleader from the Democratic Republic of the Congo Pépé Kallé was born Kabasele Yampanya in Kinshasa (then Léopoldville) in the Belgian Congo, but later assumed his pseudonym in hommage to his mentor, Le Grand Kallé With a multi-octave vocal range and a dynamic stage presence, the 190 cm (6 ft 3 in) and 136 kg (300 lb) 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, Kallé entertained audiences with his robust performances His musical career started with l African Jazz, the band of Le Grand Kallé He later performed in Bella Bella and became the lead singer of Lipua Lipua, where he sang alongside Nyboma Mwandido In 1972, Kallé 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 Pépé Kallé 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, Kallé 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, Pépé Kallé 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 Unfortunately on November 28, in 1998, Pépé Kallé tragically died of a heart attack, what a tragic loss

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Download "Liza" By Kanda Bongo Man, Super Video mp4 download free video

SET ON FIRE & FUELED BY MODEL CARAMEL CANDY ! Kanda Bongo Man, born 1955 in Inongo, the Democratic Republic of the Congo, is a prominent soukous musician Kanda Bongo Man become 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 (originating in the French West Indies) His first solo albums, "Iyole" in 1981 and "Djessy" in 1982, were hits He is most famous 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 Bongo Man Is Happilly Married and lives in Great Britain Discography Iyole (1981) Djessy(1982) Amour Fou (1984) Malinga (1986) Lela Lela(1987) Sai Liza (1988) Kwassa Kwassa (1989) Isambe Monie (1990) Zing Zong(1991) Sango (1992) Soukous in Central Park (1993) Sweet (2010) Welcome to South Africa (1995) Francophonix (1999) Balobi (2002) Swalati (2003) Non-Stop Feeling (

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Download "Amour Fou" "Crazy Love" By Kanda Bongo Man Super Video mp4 download free video

SET ON FIRE & FUELED BY MODEL BUGGATTY ONE ! Photo Courtesy Of s www morwanipictures com In Collaboration With www 7-themes com Kanda Bongo Man, born 1955 in Inongo, the Democratic Republic of the Congo, is a prominent soukous musician Kanda Bongo Man become 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 (originating in the French West Indies) His first solo albums, "Iyole" in 1981 and "Djessy" in 1982, were hits He is most famous 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 Bongo Man Is Happilly Married and lives in Great Britain Discography Iyole (1981) Djessy(1982) Amour Fou (1984) Malinga (1986) Lela Lela(1987) Sai Liza (1988) Kwassa Kwassa (1989) Isambe Monie (1990) Zing Zong(1991) Sango (1992) Soukous in Central Park (1993) Sweet (2010) Welcome to South Africa (1995) Francophonix (1999) Balobi (2002) Swalati (2003) Non-Stop Feeling (

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Download " Gidi Girl " By Wiz Kid Overseas Edition mp4 download free video

Ayodeji Balogun a k a Wizkid kicked off his singing career as early as 11 when he recorded his first song with one of Nigeria s celebrated music icons, OJB Jezreel He went on to record a 7-track album, which he released in his church in Lagos, under the name of Lil Prinz; this was just a stint that earned him a remarkable deal of encouragement and recognition from family, his church and other artistes Years later in 2006, with a new name, which he picked up from a very funny incident, Wizkid got into the studio to record again; this time with HMan (OJB s younger brother) and Ugly on a song titled Naija Boy , produced by OJB Jezreel From that time, he continued to hone his singing skills with influences from OJB Jezreel, Ruffman, Naeto C, Ikechukwu and many others By 2008, he had developed a unique reggae style and had worked with some of the finest artistes in Nigeria such as Sound Sultan, Ruffman, Nyore, Durella, Kel, TBase etc The 19 year old s collaboration with M I on "Fast Money, Fast Cars" on the Talk About It album, drew a lot of attention to his distinct voice and singing style He also voiced the seasonal Barcelos radio jingle which was released in December 2008 In 2009, Wizkid got signed to Banky W s label, Empire Mates Entertainment and has since then go on to perform and record with Banky W, who is one of Nigeria s most sought artistes Wizkid has collaborated with other artistes such as Kel, Dipp, Eva and Teeto, to name a few Wizkid is currently in his first year at the Lagos State University studying Sociology Driven by his passion for music and life s experiences, Wizkid s currently putting final touches to his first sin

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Download " New Dawn " by Alpha Blondy Overseas Edition mp4 download free video

Alpha was born the first son of a family of 9 children, Seydou Kone was raised by his grandmother, growing up in what he described as "among elders", which later was to have a big impact on his career In 1962, Alpha Blondy went to join his father in Odienné, where he spent ten years, attending the Sainte Elisabeth high school, and getting involved in the Ivory Coast students movement Here he formed a band But, this hobby affected his schooling and Alpha Blondy was expelled due to poor attendance His parents then sent him to study English in Monrovia in the neighboring country of Liberia in 1973 He spent thirteen months there and then moved to the United States of America to improve his English In 1973 Seydou moved to New York (also briefly Texas), where he studied English at Hunter College in New York, and later in the Columbia University American Language Program He majored in English because he wanted to become an English teacher He had to work part-time, and sometimes at night, and became ill In New York he met Rastafarians for the first time, and was also able to see concerts by Jamaican artists such as Burning Spear At this time he was recording Christian music but never stopped writing his own songs Eventually he got into various scrapes in New York and returned to the Ivory Coast, where he got into even more trouble until he met up with one of his childhood friends, Fulgence Kassi, who had become a noted television producer This was the beginning of his real career as a singer, and he began to use the name Alpha Blondy After various TV shows for Kassi, Blondy recorded his first solo album in 1982, entitled Jah Glory This album was to have enormous success and would become later a symbol of resistance because of the song Brigadier Sabari , where Alpha criticized the harassment by the police Some of this was based on personal experience, as Alpha himself had seen police violence Alpha Blondy became a big star in Abidjan with his own African twist of Reggae music, becoming in the eyes of his fans the Bob Marley of Africa Alpha Blondy is spiritual, political and positive just like Marley himself, and even recorded a cover of Bob Marley s song War And he doesn t stop progressing; in order to reach more people with his message, he chose to sing in many languages English, French, Baoule, and his own native language -- Dioula Later he also brought new instrumentation to his brand of reggae such as the violin and cello Soon the fame of Alpha Blondy spread to Europe Following the success of an EP entitled "Rasta Poué" he went to Paris in 1984 to make his second album, Cocody Rock with the label Pathe Marconi The Bob Marley of Africa traveled to the Island of Jamaica and recorded the title track of this album with Marley s backing group The Wailers Back home in 1985, Alpha went into the studio to record Apartheid is Nazism This album was more politically committed than ever It is a call for the end of Apartheid and the freedom for all In 1986 Blondy recorded "Jerusalem" at the legendary Tuff Gong studios in Jamaica, again with The Wailers featuring Bob Marley s legendary Bass Aston "Family Man" Barrett Blondy tried to promote unity between the religion of Islam, Judaism and Christianity He drew his arguments and inspiration from his own diverse knowledge of the Bible, the Quran and the Torah That same year, Blondy sang in Hebrew during a concert in Morocco At this point he was touring continuously His new album Revolution had a lighter, gentler sound; this was the album with cellos in the instrumentation, and the line-up included veteran Ivory Coast singer Aicha Kone The album also included "Jah Houphouët parle", a long speech by the Ivory Coast president with only the most minimal beat behind it Blondy spent the years 1987--1989 giving concerts and recording SOS Guerre Tribale in Abidjan This was promoted by Blondy himself as he was distancing himself from Pathe Marconi at this stage This was not to be a real success but this wasn t going to stop Blondy and in 1991 he returned to Europe for a concert tour and to record his famous album Masada with the help of musical legends such as Bocana Maiga and UK reggae producer Denis Bovell The album, with its hit single Rendez Vous was a huge success, and later, Blondy was to receive his first Gold Disc in Paris At the beginning of 1993, worn out from a world tour, Blondy succumbed to depression and was taken into an institution for psychiatric help But as his health recovered he recorded the album Dieu ( God ), where he appears more spiritual and religious, on tracks such as Heal Me , about his illness and reco

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Kanda Bongo Man, born 1955 in Inongo, the Democratic Republic of the Congo, is a prominent soukous musician [1] Kanda Bongo Man become the singer for Orchestra Belle Mambo in 1973, developing a sound influenced by Tabu Ley [2] 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 (originating in the French West Indies) His first solo albums, "Iyole" in 1981 and "Djessy" in 1982, were hits He is most famous 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 Corn

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