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Bisso Na Bisso (1997)

Bisso Na Bisso. Picture from Discogs.

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Description: Bisso Na Bisso is a Congolese musical band of rappers and singers. His music is a fusion of hip hop with African rhythms and styles such as rumba, zouk and soukous. Their melodies have a distinctive sound, and they collaborate with prominent African musicians. In their lyrics, they criticize government corruption. With their music they try to foster solidarity, finish with racism and show their pride for Africa. Bisso Na Bisso makes humanitarian aid to Congo and other African countries voluntarily.
Sex: Males and females Occupation: Music band.
Place of Birth / Death: Brazzaville, Republic of Congo. Country Tags: Republic of Congo. France.
Periods: XX-XXI Century Genres: Instrumental music, vocal music, dance music, nationalism music.
Styles: Hip hop, Rumba, Zouk, Soukous, Folk, Reggae Traditional, World Music. Members: Passi, Ben-J, Lino, Calbo, D.O.C., TMC, G Kill, Mystik, M’Passi.
Instruments: Voice Relatives: –



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External links



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  • Rodman, Sarah (2007). A true cultural ambassador. The Boston Globe.
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  • Stone, Ruth M., ed (2008). The Garland Handbook of African Music. New York: Routledge.
  • Stone, Ruth M., ed (2013). The Garland Encyclopedia of World Music. New York: Routledge.