Music is the therapy for the soul. When you listen to the lyrics and decipher what information the singer is trying to pass by. It cures the mind and soul. Actually time flies, Its been 22 years, the famous artist, Awilo Longomba released a star record that graced the whole Africa and Europe.
Awilo Longomba is a Congolese musician who was a drummer in Viva la Musica, Stukas, Nouvelle Generation and Loketo.The young man back then started his music career as early as 1995, when he released his first album " Moto Pamba" but this didn't make him popular. He came to limelight in 1998 when he released his second album "Coupe Bibamba". The album made Awilo Longomba to be well known around the world. Ever since then he has been producing music and making fame and money from it.
Though we didn't understand the language but the beat and the dancing step was on fire. So we enjoyed every beat of the music.Its been 22 years after the album was released, many things have occurred and changes has been paramount, but the musician is still making music, making fame and money from it. See the current look of the Artist after 22 years of releasing the star album.
Hope the artist is aging gracefully?
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