|Genres||rumba congolaise, soukous, World music|
After his solo successes, he distinguished himself in collaborations with Congolese music legends, Mbilia Bel et Ferre Gola.
Nembalemba Junior was born onJanuary 1, 1987 in Likasi, Haut-Katanga, République démocratique du Congo. Sixth child, in a family of 8, pretty young is an oprhan.. He lives in Kinshasa with his cousins. Together they form the Nembalemba Five band, named after the Jackson Five.
From his primary studies at the MAADINI school, he went through the IMA KAFUBU boarding school, before finishing his secondary studies at the Colleges Saint François de Sales. His course is completed by a degree in economics from the Université de Lubumbashi.
During his first steps in music, Majoos mainly interpreted the songs of Corneille, Usher ou encore Papa Wemba.
Since 2010, the public has met him through his first single "Endena", taken from Papa Wemba.
The Majoos Happy Foundation was created in 2015, with the aim of helping the poor and needy people, in particular children.
Since 2016, Majoos has been a goodwill ambassador for the NGO Bumi, with whom he will produce a clip "Washing your hands", as part of a campaign to fight against cholera
In addition, he regularly accompanies the Lions Club Lubumbashi Amani in its charitable actions, particularly in the context of support for children suffering from cancer.
- 2011 : CQFD
- 2016 : Tayari 2.0
- 2018 : Video on YouTube(feat Ferre Gola)
- 2018 : Amaoule (feat Cyclone Rouge)
- 2019 : Video on YouTube (feat Mbilia Bel)
- 2010 : Endema
- 2012 : Vibration
- 2013 : Video on YouTube
- 2015 : Big Boss
- 2017 : Video on YouTube
- 2017 : Sikoyo
- 2018 : Video on YouTube
- 2019 : Video on YouTube
- 2019 : Video on YouTube
- Trace TV. "Trace: Zoom sur l'artiste Majoos". Youtube.
- "Majoos - Portrait". Wango Musik (in français). Retrieved 2020-08-09.
- "Majoos". Music In Africa. 2018-06-26. Retrieved 2020-08-09.
- "Ferre Gola Le Padre Fans kwenye Facebook Watch" (in Kiswahili). Retrieved 2020-08-09.
- "Nos Ambassadeurs". ONG BUMI (in français). Retrieved 2020-08-09.
- Abengu, Jethro (2019-10-07). "ÉVÉNEMENT : Katanga Awards 11ème édition, 10 ans après la 1ère édition, la décennie laisse place à la nouvelle tendance". Yetu Magazine (in français). Retrieved 2020-08-09.
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