Author Topic: BOURO MPELA COULD’VE HAD A CAREER SOLELY AS AN ATALAKU  (Read 442 times)

CM PRINCE on: August 11, 2022, 15:21

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He animâtes on both of these Sebene by himself, he sounds so different to his normal singing voice, sounds like two different people.

Manzambi94 #1 on: August 11, 2022, 20:58

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He animâtes on both of these Sebene by himself, he sounds so different to his normal singing voice, sounds like two different people.

The problem is like many people who can both sing and animate, he realized that he had a better luck as a singer then as an Atalaku, Tutu Caludji, Deplick, Fabregas, Robinio (well Robinio can't sing but it is just to make a point) Ferre, Fally and many others who could both animate and sing well chosed singing because Atalaku are very searched because a generique is typically the most successful song of the album but at the sane time they are the most desrespected and mocked when they want to be taken seriously and make things like albums and so on with people typically saying "He is an atalaku what he will do with an album animate the whole thing?" So that's why Bourro and many others choose to sing instead of animating for example.imagine Bill as a singer or Celeo as a singer I bet that Celeo wouldn't have a fraction  of the hate he has if he started to sing instead of to animate

Manzambi94 #2 on: August 11, 2022, 21:38

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He animâtes on both of these Sebene by himself, he sounds so different to his normal singing voice, sounds like two different people.
Also the voices sound different because to animate you have to use the voice in a certain way according to different style usually before it was singing while animating but I guess Bill introduce the kind of politecnico shout where you shout but do it in an harmonic way, Bouro kinda sing in a mix of both ways