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    Angolan Konpa and Twoubadou

    Angolan Konpa:



    Angolan Twoubadou:




    More Angolan Konpa:

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    lol thats not kompas, this is kizomba, and if anything the 3rd song is more cadencelypso than kompas my friend, nice song though
    i only promote dominica's culture...who vex loss.........

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    Quote Originally Posted by Klang View Post
    lol thats not kompas, this is kizomba, and if anything the 3rd song is more cadencelypso than kompas my friend, nice song though

    That third track is pure Konpa...the sound of modern Haitian Konpa...that track sounds nothing like Cadencelypso...if that track is more Cadencelypso than Konpa...then most of modern Haitian Konpa is actually Cadencelypso...and Konpa has been dead for a long time now..:

    You laugh@me when I call it Angolan Konpa...then please do tell in your own words what is actually Kizomba?? Apparently there must a BIG difference to warrant the laughter?

    Perhaps it is a mere coincidence that they make Angolan Twoubadou songs as well...how could one think they would also make Angolan Konpa??(for one thing, it most certainly does NOT sound like Kizomba..)

    No comments for the Angolan Twoubadou track?

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    ***correction***

    The first track I posted as an example of Angolan Konpa, I accidentally posted the wrong track. Please take another listen as I have now posted the correct track. You will undoubtedly hear that pure Haitian flavor of today's Konpa.

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    First off let's start with the Twoubadou track. woooooy li douce! Someone call Fabrice Rouzier we need to resurrect the Twoubadou mouvman. I usually don't like the sound of their Portuguese/Creole lyrics but this is real smooth.

    The first video posted is straight up Konpa. And I love every bit of that girl from Bahia rolling those hips. That video was plogue all day lol.

    The third video is cool. Song is well produced. Has a great solo in there. The guys vocals are great.

    Viv Konpa et la musique Haitienne
    Ti sourit, ti sourit se nan pèlen ou rete
    Rat ki rat se nan pèlen ou rete
    Tèt zozo men pa ou, zozo kale men pa ou
    M ap konyen fanm nan jis solèy leve
    Bwa m kale tou wouj
    Kon piman , kon piman, Langyèt madivinèz
    Ou pa bezwen chandèl pou ou klere l

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ayisyen View Post
    That third track is pure Konpa...the sound of modern Haitian Konpa...that track sounds nothing like Cadencelypso...if that track is more Cadencelypso than Konpa...then most of modern Haitian Konpa is actually Cadencelypso...and Konpa has been dead for a long time now..:

    You laugh@me when I call it Angolan Konpa...then please do tell in your own words what is actually Kizomba?? Apparently there must a BIG difference to warrant the laughter?

    Perhaps it is a mere coincidence that they make Angolan Twoubadou songs as well...how could one think they would also make Angolan Konpa??(for one thing, it most certainly does NOT sound like Kizomba..)

    No comments for the Angolan Twoubadou track?
    podyab I'm still waiting for him to teach us the differences in our music
    Ti sourit, ti sourit se nan pèlen ou rete
    Rat ki rat se nan pèlen ou rete
    Tèt zozo men pa ou, zozo kale men pa ou
    M ap konyen fanm nan jis solèy leve
    Bwa m kale tou wouj
    Kon piman , kon piman, Langyèt madivinèz
    Ou pa bezwen chandèl pou ou klere l

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