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    soukous has undoubtedly crossed over the atlantic






    colombian artists also produce some interesting fusions with island soca beats
    fresh, fast, fronted and forward

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    Quote Originally Posted by neva-C-come-C View Post
    soukous has undoubtedly crossed over the atlantic






    colombian artists also produce some interesting fusions with island soca beats
    All that falls within the champeta criolla genre. It's not only Congolese, but kompa, zouk, highlife, ragga and any other record they get their hands on.

    Here's an old remake of Gypsy's "susan" by Wganda Kenya.


    http://media.putfile.com/Wganda-Kenya-89

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    For the Dominicans. Waganda kenya's remake of 'Mi Debar."

    http://media.putfile.com/wganda-kenya

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    Quote Originally Posted by ken_yatta View Post
    All that falls within the champeta criolla genre. It's not only Congolese, but kompa, zouk, highlife, ragga and any other record they get their hands on.


    Here's an old remake of Gypsy's "susan" by Wganda Kenya.


    with all those ingredients, let us hope it boils down into a style of music that is both new and interesting
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    Quote Originally Posted by ken_yatta View Post
    For the Dominicans. Waganda kenya's remake of 'Mi Debar."

    wganda kenya - Putfile



    and if you don't mind:

    some grammacks for comparison


    woopsie mama-jeff joseph (grammacks) and mounia. musique racine



    more jeff joseph
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