Author Topic: (Archive); Koffi Olomidé - Sef (Version Télé Zaïre) 1994  (Read 338 times)

mvulusi96 on: October 08, 2018, 18:00

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Matebu #1 on: October 08, 2018, 18:07

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Just like the Papa Bonheur clip and many others from that time. He cut he beard off so it almost looks like 1992 instead of 94

CM PRINCE #2 on: October 08, 2018, 18:12

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Wowww sam, eric, suzuki and willy look sooo young! The clip does look like it's from 1992 but obviously that's not possible cause Eric and some weren't around then

mvulusi96 #3 on: October 08, 2018, 18:18

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All clips who were recorded by Tele Zaïre from 1991 until 1995 were made in that way. One of Defao’s videoclips of 1993 had the same background.

I hope that Ingernieur will upload the Tele Zaïre-version of Miss des Miss.

kiddkevo #4 on: October 08, 2018, 22:40

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I remember Koffi had a lot of beard back in Noblesse Oblige era.

mvulusi96 #5 on: October 08, 2018, 22:43

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I remember Koffi had a lot of beard back in Noblesse Oblige era.

That was just for a short moment. I think that it had something to do with Didi Olomide's death. When his dad died he did also not cut his beard for a long time. He cut the beard off very quickly after the release of Noblesse Oblige. When he started his tours in Africa from 1994/late 1993 he didn't had that beard anymore.


kiddkevo #6 on: October 08, 2018, 22:52

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I remember Koffi had a lot of beard back in Noblesse Oblige era.

That was just for a short moment. I think that it had something to do with Didi Olomide's death. When his dad died he did also not cut his beard for a long time. He cut the beard off very quickly after the release of Noblesse Oblige. When he started his tours in Africa from 1994/late 1993 he didn't had that beard anymore.



Wow I didn't know that. How bizzarre! One day I hope that Ingenieur has the cassette when QL did Repetition were in Kinshasa 1994. I know there's short clips but bad quality tho.

Wenge1995 #7 on: October 08, 2018, 23:14

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Now I know where his daughter Didi got her name from

mvulusi96 #8 on: October 08, 2018, 23:27

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Now I know where his daughter Didi got her name from

Koffi's was very touched by the death of his brother. Btw Didi's death made Koffi met Aliane (who's his current wife and the mother of Didi Stone).  In the song Evangile he sung a little bit about Didi. In the same album he dedicated the song Miss des Miss to Aliane. The song Sef was dedicated to his ex'wife Godelive Stephanie had in the past songs like Stephie and Diva who were also dedicated to her and later on Aspirine.

Franco Pepe Kalle #9 on: October 09, 2018, 03:46

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I notice the young Sam Tshintu who did not sing a note until 1997's Ultimatum album.

masatomo #10 on: October 09, 2018, 13:49

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I notice the young Sam Tshintu who did not sing a note until 1997's Ultimatum album.

Yeah he didn't have a vocal in Magie. He only sing in his song Shambouyi(he didn't have a vocal in it too it's sad.) which Koffi allowed him to put in the album due to the respect he had for him.

C'est dommage. He would fit perfectly in Magie but he was said in another thread that he was sidelined because he was busy with his exams while the songs which made the cut for Magie were composed or rehearsed. A lot of people (myself include) used to think that Aladji's vocals were his.

kiddkevo #11 on: October 11, 2018, 04:39

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I notice the young Sam Tshintu who did not sing a note until 1997's Ultimatum album.

Yeah he didn't have a vocal in Magie. He only sing in his song Shambouyi(he didn't have a vocal in it too it's sad.) which Koffi allowed him to put in the album due to the respect he had for him.

C'est dommage. He would fit perfectly in Magie but he was said in another thread that he was sidelined because he was busy with his exams while the songs which made the cut for Magie were composed or rehearsed. A lot of people (myself include) used to think that Aladji's vocals were his.

Then who was singing vocal #4 on Magie track? I know Aladji's vocal was on vocal 5. Between vocal 4 and 5 are very very different.

SoukousFan #12 on: October 15, 2018, 01:31

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I must be the only one cringing at this hahahahahahaha, but I am loving this at the same time. Look at the way Sam Tshintu is holding Rita??! hahaha ...