This song is life.
This time, we won’t use words.
Words have not the capability to express the beauty that flows from hearts to hearts.
Only the beat speaks, no translations.
We travel to Ghana where Bisa Kdei tells us a wonderfull story.
Go and tell Mansa that we will join her.
We will dance with her and Bisa Kdei. We will have fun.
This song, I am telling you man.
Source photo: Bisa Kdei Facebook Page
The giant lion in Africa is sleeping. What can help this giant sleeping lion to wake up? A lot of things are required and one of them is music. Let me introduce you to one song and one artist who express the positivity of the Congolese spirit, with the message: No matter what happen, we will stay strictly positive.
Innoss ‘B – Cha Cha
He is 18 years old and has gained his position as a big star already in the Democratic republic of the Congo (DRC). He is involved in different peace projects where music is being introduced as an instrument to create peace and to fight conflict(s). One of these peace projects are Festival Amani (Amanin meaning PEACE) and the International Masterpeace. This anthem of joy is worthy to share and express how hopeful the future is: “Ndenge ya ko expliquer bolingo na yo eza te” meaning “There’s no way to express my love for you” . Cha Cha refers to the the famous indpendance song in 1960. This was writen by Joseph Kabesele to celebrate the Congolese indepence. Get some Cha Cha feeling by this beloving artist.
The message is clear.
The orginal Independance Cha cha, about the congolese independance from Belgium.
Soure foto: Facebook Page Innos’ B