Author Topic: Archive; Papa Wemba Interview et Démonstration des danseuses & Chant des Musicie  (Read 131 times)

mvulusi96 on: February 11, 2019, 19:57

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Mukulu #1 on: February 11, 2019, 19:59

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mvulusi96 #2 on: February 11, 2019, 20:57

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Who are these singers?

I guess it's Rombaut Tunani with his singers, who used to be Dakamuda's rival (both coming from Lemba). He started beefing against Koffi Olomide back in 2002, just because of that Jaguar-car. But I think that it has to do with a girl. 

mvulusi96 #3 on: February 11, 2019, 21:23

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Papa Wemba was already in 2001/02 repeating that those journalists has to stop polemic and interviewing guys like Sankara, Blaise Element, Zobozi, etc. and that parents and children who are watching tv are victims with those nasty words they are using. But nobody was listening and now its 1000 times worser. If you go to Kinshasa now, people prefer to watch foreign tv (France, Ivory Coast,...) then Congolese tv. Alot of people have now Canal+ subscriptions.

If those tv-bosses were paying those journalists well then they would have been able to stop that, but they aren't paid and are then easily to be manipulated by bandleaders, who give them clothes, money, etc. and girls becoming bandleaders sidechicks.  I thought that things would change for journalists  when Zacharie Bababaswe & Serge Kayembe became deputies, thinking that they would create a law/laws for journalists. But not knowing that Zacle was thinking the same like other tv-bosses, when he called David Nsala, Thierry Landu & Jimmy Mukendi yuma's, saying that he will never pay people who work for him, because Manda Tchebwa wasn't also doing that.

archos #4 on: February 11, 2019, 21:43

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like somebody around me once said in congolese music whatever is wrong easily goes from generation to generation,but  the true values are hardly passed and followed,and he was damn right,you already know that whoever on the rise in solo career for example is an arrogant TXXT in the making if not made  and they never disappoint in that or you know that they also wont pay musicians or peanuts like the elders,and will also sleep for fun with dancers like elders ... and some for every single of the "jobs" around musicians