Author Topic: FLAMME KAPAYA/BLACK BAZAR, Paris St-Denis  (Read 472 times)


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« on: December 14, 2012, 07:04:26 am »

Flamme Kapaya::
Born and raised in Kinshasa, Flame Kapaya starts singing teenager then joined the most prestigious training Congolese. Today he launches solo sound sculpting to deliberately rock guitar riffs seventies. Combining virtuosity rhythms Maqwa the sweetness of his voice, Flame offers a journey through the Congo Kinshasa today, through the wars of course, but terribly alive.

Listen to his incredible skills...

"Black Bazar"
 Is the first title of a novel by Alain Mabanckou (Le Seuil, 2009), a fictional look otherwise "other France", the Africans in France, with their obsessions, their resourcefulness and sometimes their "lost love." It is also one of Modogo Abarambwa Tshintu and Sam, two unique voices that have accepted the bet Alain Mabanckou their proposed: return to the roots of rumba. This gives an evening of "ambianceurs" a real ball festive way "fire", full of humor, who finds great atmosphere Congolese parties.Modogo Abarambwa, CNN Kombé: • voice Popolipo Zero Fault, Ramazani Assani: guitar • Michael Bass: bass • Simolo: battery • Ballou Canta: conductor, coordinating scene
on a piece Guests: Niuver Navarro: voice (Kinshasa on Havana

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