Author Topic: Archive; Making of Chaise Electrique  (Read 222 times)

mvulusi96 on: July 12, 2018, 18:02

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I wonder which language they talked, because back in those days Fally didn't really talk English.

I remember how alot people in Paris, Brussels & Kinshasa couldn't believe their eyes with Fally singing with not long after that fans of Ferre saying "She's finished and 50 Cent fired. Saying that he had to do a collaboration with Keshia Cole, Rihanna or Keri Hilson . So that he can earn respect from them hahahaha".  This song and the song Sexy Dance with Krys opened many horizon's for Fally Ipupa. The album Arsenal des Belles Melodies was already finished in the summer of 2008, but David Monsoh wanted to have featerings in that album for commercial reasons, which delayed the release of the album to 2009 with Fally recording also Bicarbonate on the last minute in Kinshasa. It has been reported that the album is the first Congolese album to become a Platinum record in France (2011). The album it self was certificated as a gold record, for selling 50.000 copies in one week, which was then a record. But this all is contested with people discovering that SACEM doesn't recognize any gold record of Congolese artists.

mvulusi96 #1 on: July 12, 2018, 18:17

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People in Kinshasa were eager to see Olivia in Kinshasa, but she couldn't then come with Fally then inviting French rapper Mokobe, Zouk-singer Fanny J and Krys to Kinshasa for his first concerts of his then new album Arsenal des Belles Melodies. Those concerts were not sold-out or with a big crowd, because his album was then not well received in this 3 first months.



But she came in December for a show with Fally Ipupa at Hall de la Gombe. I remember how Lingala Facile made a video about. Then after Zenith, David Monsoh made Fally go to the Grammy Awards with people in Kinshasa thinking that he was nominated. Ba kosa batu trop… kiekiekiekie with his journalists Nana Boduga, Popol Mopasula, Naty Lokole & Noella Madinga promoting it on tv.





archos #2 on: July 12, 2018, 18:21

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Funnily enough she performed years after with adolphe
haha i remember how people used to mock dicap" do you feeling now baby"

Matebu #3 on: July 12, 2018, 19:11

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Funnily enough she performed years after with adolphe
haha i remember how people used to mock dicap" do you feeling now baby"

Kiekie, don’t get me started

Jdog #4 on: July 13, 2018, 00:14

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Fally did good on this song, this was an actual R&B song with Lingala lyrics. Another reason as to why Congolese music is a very unappreciated genre across the world.
#FREEBERCY

Wenge1995 #5 on: July 13, 2018, 16:48

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Olivia and Fally made a classic here; they had amazing vocal chemistry! It's too bad her career never recovered after parting way with G-Unit and 50.

Manzambi94 #6 on: July 13, 2018, 23:10

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Olivia and Fally made a classic here; they had amazing vocal chemistry! It's too bad her career never recovered after parting way with G-Unit and 50.
It is 50 Cent's fault 50 (to stay in theme with Congolese Music) 12'd her (blocking someone musically until he fails) 50 once said to her that if she wants to leave G-Unit he will make everything in his power to destroy her career like at the end he did, the reason why? I don't know why he did that, it is similar to the thing Jay-Z said to Rihanna "You have two choices here: You will sign the contract be a worldwide global superstar or go straight to the window and jump (they were like at the 70th floor or so)