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Wednesday, July 9, 2014

Fally Ipupa - Original (Democratic Republic Of The Congo Dance Video)

Edited by Azizi Powell

This post showcases the Congolese video "Original" by Fally Ipupa. Information about Fally Ipupa as well as information and comments about this video are included in this post.

The content of this post is provided for cultural, entertainment, and aesthetic purposes.

All copyrights remain with their owners.

Thanks to Fally Ipupa and thanks to all others who are featured in this video. Thanks also to all those who are quoted in this post and thanks to the publisher of this video on YouTube.

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INFORMATION ABOUT FALLY IPUPA
From http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fally_Ipupa
Fally Ipupa is a singer-songwriter from the Democratic Republic of the Congo. He was part of the band of Koffi Olomidé, Quartier Latin International, from 1999 to 2006 before starting a solo career. His first solo album was Droit chemin released in 2006, and his second album Arsenal de Belles Melodies (A2BM) was released in 2009. In 2007, Ipupa won the Kora Awards for Best Artist or Group from Central Africa.[1] In 2010, Fally Ipupa won the MTV Africa Music Awards 2010 for Best Video (for Sexy Dance) and Best Francophone.[2] He won the urban awards for best African artist. Ipupa was nominated in the Best Live Act category at the 2014 MTV Africa Music Awards.[3] He released an album named kosa leka in 2014”.

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From http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Music_of_the_Democratic_Republic_of_the_Congo
"Currently the Democratic Republic of Congo's music is domoninated by the "ndombolo" dance and well represented by the newest congolese superstar:Fally Ipupa is a strong performer from the Democratic Republic of Congo who worked with the legendary Koffi Olomide in his group, Quatier Latin, before branching out on his own. His performances are energetic, his delivery unsurpassable. Female fans love to watch as he whips his songs to new heights in time to his swiveling hips (part of the reason he made the top ten sexiest men list). The mix of rhumba, reggae, soul and ndombolo have proven to be his magical elixir. He has performed to sold out audiences in Paris and New York and continues to gain recognition internationally for his music.

His awards include the Césaire de la Musique award for best male artist of the year (October 2007); he received a gold disc for his album, Droit Chemin, and has been nominated for best music clip, and best artist in the Black Music Awards to be held in Coutonou, Benin on January 12, 2008. Droit Chemin, produced by Maïka Munan (who has worked with famous Congolese musicians such as Tabu Ley Rochereau, M’Bilia Bel, Papa Wemba, Afia Mala), has been received with accolades and is extremely popular with his fans. The video is well done and features several ndombolo moves. One wonders how long it will be before his moves show up on a hiphop video as the next big move"...

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SHOWCASE VIDEO: ORIGINAL_Fally Ipupa



Fally Ipupa, Published on May 5, 2014

New Hit "ORIGINAL" Fally Ipupa

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SELECTED COMMENTS FROM THIS VIDEO'S VIEWER COMMENT THREAD
nicolz lami
"My people! The Almighty's people..my African people. Always makes me smile"

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Bantu Mai1
"I like how Fally allowed the legendary congolese guitar do the singing. Anyone else noticed no mabanga? its good like this. Mabanga soki eleki ebebisaka. Ba combatant pardon. Botika music ezonga."

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Samson Kihanya
"At the end of the music ,did i hear something like " Ali bumaye" ?"

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Mikobe Nunez
"yeah u just hear that. that's in his song called "Bruce"..there is a part in the beginning where he says " It's not a competition which one of us has to win but it is love between sweetheart wife and husband, not a fight between Bruce lee and chuke Norris. Neither a clash between Muhammad Ali and Foreman where u heard the crowd chant 'Ali Bomaye, Ali Bomaye!'"

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Roger Delopus
"In this song, it's not Ali boma ye, but Fally boma ye! The meaning is Fally kill him! When Ali fought with Foreman in Kinshasa, people used to sing Ali boma ye (in lingala). They want Ali to beat Foreman (not to kill him, :-) )"

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yungweez3
"What's the name of the song Fally was singing at 4:38 in Abidjan?"

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stanilasc8
"the song is called Prince de Southfork"

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Cindy Quamina
"Original Indeed - i don't understand the language but the rhythm makes me move"

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Marian Sindani
"If u r from Angola or Congo , kinsasha those sort of places u will know how to speak Spanish, French, Portuguese,lingala "

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Masesa Demian
"The first Congolese music have heard and seen running for only 4mins, you are a living Legend Fally...your changing the game.....kitoko kitoko"

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jeancy fancy
"everybody dance original"

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