Author Topic: Can Someone Please Explain...  (Read 270 times)

Wenge1995 on: March 29, 2020, 23:43

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I'll never forget the rhythm guitar on this song! Wazekwa played so casually but melody is honey to the ears! Especially the chorus of "ah, bon"! There's something so relaxing about this song. If only I knew what the conversation was about? Sometimes it sounds like a track purely for dedications, maybe Werrason should of done this for A La Queue Leu Leu kiekiekie!




Felix must have really liked the concept enough because he repeat it again in Signature with Adolphe Dominguez.



The guitars and drum passage were good, but it felt like a waste of minutes on the album. I'm biased because of all the songs they could have cut down, why Miss? That sebene sounded like it was gonna be fire!


archos #1 on: March 30, 2020, 00:00

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if i still remember well miss was the last recorded song,ya jacques (karmapa) even gave a shoutout in the song to jose nzita who is now a gospel artist
indeed it would have been great sebene but that session gesac refused to do animation because he had not smoke weed or drank(he also needed an excuse to go see a woman that night haha)

Drumstar98 #2 on: March 30, 2020, 00:07

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Never knew Jose Nzita had a shoutout   ???

Wenge1995 #3 on: March 30, 2020, 00:29

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@archos

You'd think it be difficult to work and be intoxicated at the same time, but musicians continue to surprise me lmao

Was Karmapa an official member? Because he sang on Yo Nani and Signature, but never toured with the group.

Also, I bet Felix Wazekwa was hurting hard after Signature since most of those guys stayed behind in Europe lmao

archos #4 on: March 30, 2020, 00:37

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no at that time karmapa was still working in bank but wazekwa knowing his big brother from the area used to write said to himself that he had to invite him so that if karmapa does not do like him and switches from bank to fulltime music at least they'll have a common memory
yeah he was very very affected by the massive departure i remember when we were at airport and most the group did not come he literally cried in joss diena's hands and was wondering if he could find another generation of talented guys luckily for him the team which came after was even stronger

Wenge1995 #5 on: March 30, 2020, 00:51

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So the first departure was for papers, not because of a fallout with Wazekwa? Cause they seemed on good terms when they went to record Signature


archos #6 on: March 30, 2020, 00:57

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yeah a lot of the guys were told by their families to remain there because they are not sure wazekwa will come back to europe again thats why he took it upon his heart to go to europe in any possible way with his group afterwards it was like a little revenge for him( cultura went to europe sometimes for clips  only,sometimes for studio only,twice for no reason,sometimes for concerts and playbacks)