Music legend Awilo Longomba premieres his anticipated single titled “Rihanna”; featuring Africa’s championing diva Yemi Alade.
“Rihanna” is a massive soukous banger with a solid ear-worm hook. The Congolese icon blatantly flirt with Mama Africa comparing her to Barbadian singer Rihanna, over a VTek crafted Coupé-Décalé influenced instrumentation tailored to have everyone on the dance-floor within seconds.
Awilo’s collaboration with Yemi Alade comes after P-Square aided “Enemy Solo”, which was also produced by VTek. Awilo Longomba will be having a busy year, releasing music videos and new singles. Nonetheless; stream, download, buy, share, enjoy and dance to “Rihanna”!
This is a series of tutorials on how to dance African dances. Episode 1 is ‘How to dance Ndombolo’. Ndombolo is a Congolese dance style with many different dances. It mainly involves moving your waist and at the same time knowing how to move your legs. Ceecee and Aurelie teach the basics of Congolese Ndombolo to BM’s song ‘Makolongulu’.
Dance Video: How to dance Ndombolo (Congolese Makolongulu Dance) with Ceecee Coco and Aurelie. was last modified: December 11th, 2016 by Richard Iroko
Following the single release of the Fally Ipupa version of Feelin Alright, CAPSO has released a brand new video featuring the Congolese musical icon. Shot in Cape Town, the video features both artists enjoying the summer and as they explore some of the most memorable parts of the city.
Video: Capso – Feelin Alright ft. Fally Ipupa was last modified: December 2nd, 2016 by Richard Iroko