[Blog] Live sessions DLive/Youtube/Persicope/Twitch

Moyo, Luba Nation!

As you may have seen, I wasn’t able these past months to do live sessions. I’ve been investigating the issue and came to a conclusion. Ever since I updated my system to Windows 10, I haven’t been able to connect my Streamlabs OBS as frames kept dropping after a couple of minutes as you saw for Charles interview. I tried to use other systems and the same thing happened. I updated everything that could possibly updated, checked my settings, etc. I also searched online for a solution for several weeks, visited many forums, manufacturers forum and found no solutions.

Two weeks ago, I thought the problem was resolved after updating my graphic card driver. I tested everything and was able to get my system and set up where I wanted to and had no frame drop. Then Microsoft pushed a new update and it didn’t work anymore. The conclusion of all this is my graphic card is not compatible with Windows10. I will need to revert back to Windows 7 in order to stream as no permanent solution has been put in place by Microsoft or Intel.

I’ll keep you posted when everything will be back in order. In the meantime, I’m preparing videos as requested by a few followers.

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YouTube Videos & Tshala Muana

I must say I’m disappointed they blocked my Tshala Muana video from playing. The only intent was to provide lyrics for a beautiful song. The video was not monetized as I know it’s a content subject to copyright. This said, I’m also really surprised that an artist as popular as Tshala Muana, to this day, still doesn’t have an official website or a YouTube channel. We all know those are the basics for a prominent international artist.

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I remember I complained about it a few years back and, since, many Congolese artists have, at least, created a YouTube channel and/or an Instagram page. Because she doesn’t have an official page, may channels put her videos online which is not practical for consistency. Moreover, when the videos are shut off for copyright claims, it is almost impossible for her fans to listen to their favorite songs once it’s removed from the platform.

Among our Congolese big artists, most of them do have a YouTube channel. Tshala Muana , for some reason, remains one of the big artists who doesn’t have anything for her fans to follow. What is her manager doing? Is it that they don’t care about the fans? Is it a problem of copyrights? The question remains opened but a website of some sort is LONG overdue!

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