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Sport DRC: "Petit Pierre" Yantula tells of Grand Kallé and "Independence Cha Cha"

09:50  30 june  2020
09:50  30 june  2020 Source:   rfi.fr

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«Petit Pierre» Yantula était le plus jeune membre du groupe de Grand Kallé. Il égraine pour nous ses souvenirs de la création de la chanson «Indépendance Cha Cha».. © ALEXIS HUGUET / AFP "Petit Pierre" Yantula was the youngest member of the Grand Kallé group. He brings out for us his memories of the creation of the song "Independence Cha Cha".

It is difficult to speak of Congolese independence without sketching a few dance steps. Without mentioning the mythical song that was born when this independence was negotiated and which made all Africa dance, Independence Chacha from Grand Kallé and the African Jazz. The piece opened the Brussels round table on January 20, 1960. A man remembers. His name is Yantula Bobina Pierre Elengesa, better known in Kinshasa under the name of "Petit Pierre" Yantula.

"Petit Pierre" Yantula was the youngest member of the group. The percussionist is today his last representative. One of our correspondents in Kinshasa, Kamanda Wa Kamanda Muzembe, met him. "We created the song 'Independence Cha Cha' overnight." He recounts, in music, his memories of this June 30, 1960.

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