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Best Congolese Musicians with Huge followings in Kenya

We all love to listen rhumba and lingala music despite not not knowing what is sang but because of their good vibe and well arranged vocals plus instruments. Rhumba music is one of the music that last long unlike these new generation songs that have a certain period and disappear. Some artists from Kenya have shifted to this kind of music as it can be performed live with a band without recording them on a studio.

Today i am going to share with you some of the Congolese artists that are loved and their music being played in Kenya radio and tv stations at home and clubs.

1.Koffi Olomide.

Antoine Christopher Mumba well known as Koffi Olomide Mopao Mobimba, is one of the finest Congolese singer, songwriter, dancer, and a producer whose songs are played in many radio and tv stations in Kenya. Some of his songs include, Papa ngwasuma, Selfie, Tshou Tshou and the latest songs Waah and Leo Leo with Nandy.

2.Fally Ipupa.

Fally Ipupa Nsimba is one of the Congolese artist whose music is played all over Kenya. You can't miss his songs in clubs, homes, public vehicles and radio stations. Some of his songs include, Sweet Life, Orgasy, Original, Associe among others.


Cindy Le Coeur is a Congolese female artist singer, songwriter and a dancer who has done many songs that are played across Africa Kenya included. Some of her songs include, Maracas, Libebe, Le Coeur among others.

4.Mbilia Bel.

She is well known as the Queen of Congolese and African rumba. Mbilia Bel's songs are widely played in Kenya with her followers and fans. Her songs include, Keyna, Beyanga, Nakei Nairobi among others.

5.Awilo Longomba.

Like Koffi Olomide, Fally Ipupa and Cindy, Awilo is in the list of Congolese artist's songs played in Kenya.

6.Ferre Gola.

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