Author Topic: FALLY IPUPA - MESSAGE (OFFICIAL CLIP)  (Read 1421 times)

Manzambi94 #15 on: October 22, 2020, 18:04

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Man sometimes you guys are just to harsh, FALLY hadn't had the best lyrics but he paid hommage to Franco, I mean when FALLY has been known for having great lyrics outside of droit chemin? Plus most of his fanbase is not even Congolese so they don't know what he is saying

SLK97 #16 on: October 22, 2020, 18:15

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Rumba trap lol. Considering how trap is pop music right now, I won't be surprised if it blows up in Congo or even with the diaspora.

CM PRINCE #17 on: October 22, 2020, 18:51

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Man sometimes you guys are just to harsh, FALLY hadn't had the best lyrics but he paid hommage to Franco
Looool yes Manzambi thank you, Criticism on here are way too harsh sometimes.

Paysan Congolais #18 on: October 22, 2020, 19:15

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I don't think people are being too harsh.

He took a classic of our culture and instead of taking his time to make something interesting, something really on the level of the OG song, he made some easy microwave poppish bubble gum music.

This is bad and LAZY. 

He deserves harsh critics.

CM PRINCE #19 on: October 22, 2020, 19:23

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I don't think people are being too harsh.

He took a classic of our culture and instead of taking his time to make something interesting, something really on the level of the OG song, he made some easy microwave poppish bubble gum music.

This is bad and LAZY. 

He deserves harsh critics.
The way you guys are talking you’d think he made something similar to Koffi’s B’Ados Or Werra’s Corona song, Looool @Manzambi remember that one  ;D ;D

This really isn’t that bad the way you guys are making out but hey we’re all different. I still like the beat and sample.

JV “Gladiator” #20 on: October 22, 2020, 21:50

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I don’t get it, what’s bad about this? Oh it’s like you people don’t want our music to evolve...I don’t know how you lot still find long ass rumba interesting...sometimes something different is needed. Fally j valide beta kk boye  ;D

Muziki #21 on: October 22, 2020, 22:33

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Which one is better this song about Jealousy from Gaz Mawete or Fallys?

I will listen to Gaz Mawete then listen to Franco;s original....
 

The lyrics are bad because someone like Fally should remember that he represents Congo; ELoko Oyo was very good because the beat and lyrics were repeated, the message in the song was kept intact...not this.... I dont mind if you like the song, go ahead...I will always support all Congolese artists by downloading their songs on Itunes, but it doesnt mean that I will like them. Always support our music by not only watching Youtube.  All the fans of song, I dont blame you but it is not for me.  Peace! ;D

CM PRINCE #22 on: October 22, 2020, 23:38

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I don’t get it, what’s bad about this? Oh it’s like you people don’t want our music to evolve...I don’t know how you lot still find long ass rumba interesting...sometimes something different is needed. Fally j valide beta kk boye  ;D
Loool my nigga yebisa bango  ;D ;D

Monsieur Congo #23 on: October 22, 2020, 23:47

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Why are people being so negative? This is a good song, it may not be the best lyric wise but it’s pretty simple. I see people like jumping on the bandwagon a lot rather then just being completely honest.
The sampling is an excellent idea because people can discover the great late Franco’s music that way, Like Grande Prêtre JV said you guys just want to stay in the same long boring rhumba formula that when an artists does something different he gets criticized just like Koffi back when he did the crossover songs in Attentat or the late mon Vieux Bokul with Emotion.
I just think you guys are exaggerating when you’re calling it bad and lazy.

SLK97 #24 on: October 22, 2020, 23:53

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I don’t get it, what’s bad about this? Oh it’s like you people don’t want our music to evolve...I don’t know how you lot still find long ass rumba interesting...sometimes something different is needed. Fally j valide beta kk boye  ;D

Some people are just stuck in the past. If I could make beats, I'd be sampling rumba classics and making sick bangers out of them all day long lol.

JV “Gladiator” #25 on: October 23, 2020, 00:03

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So this is where Fally got the inspiration from...the sample was done before


JV “Gladiator” #26 on: October 23, 2020, 00:04

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I don’t get it, what’s bad about this? Oh it’s like you people don’t want our music to evolve...I don’t know how you lot still find long ass rumba interesting...sometimes something different is needed. Fally j valide beta kk boye  ;D

Some people are just stuck in the past. If I could make beats, I'd be sampling rumba classics and making sick bangers out of them all day long lol.

I’m thinking of sampling “Mario” by Franco 

Mfumu Vata #27 on: October 23, 2020, 00:42

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Tony Sad who featered on Papa Wemba's disstrack against Koffi (Okoningana), once made a sample of Mario which became a big hit in the Congolese diaspora living in France & Belgium and those living in Kinshasa who used to love rap-music. His song was often aired on radio's like Okapi and Top Congo, but the original version of the single isn't available anymore on Itunes, Spotify,etc., just the remix-versions (Zouk and R&B).



from 3:18 min performing Mario live at Olympia as guest of Papa Wemba

Paysan Congolais #28 on: October 23, 2020, 01:23

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I don’t get it, what’s bad about this? Oh it’s like you people don’t want our music to evolve...I don’t know how you lot still find long ass rumba interesting...sometimes something different is needed. Fally j valide beta kk boye  ;D

Bro, let's be real. What do you call "our" music? This is urban pop. How is it our music? The Franco sample does not make it our music. I don't consider this our music. The same way I don't consider what Gims is doing our music. But that's another debate.

And in general, I'm not against evolution, as long as it's done properly. Even if we consider it our music, this song is lazy. It just relies on the sample. The lyrics are trash and there is no originality or sophistication. You just have that "Non" loop and Fally is just whining "jalousie" all over the track. I mean c'mon. This is basically what those 20 yo are doing in Europe and the US.: bubble gum pop bases on samples of classic songs. Lazy.  But people should praise it just because? Sampling does not make it a good song.

I hold our musicians to a certain standard.
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JV “Gladiator” #29 on: October 23, 2020, 07:45

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I don’t get it, what’s bad about this? Oh it’s like you people don’t want our music to evolve...I don’t know how you lot still find long ass rumba interesting...sometimes something different is needed. Fally j valide beta kk boye  ;D

Bro, let's be real. What do you call "our" music? This is urban pop. How is it our music? The Franco sample does not make it our music. I don't consider this our music. The same way I don't consider what Gims is doing our music. But that's another debate.

And in general, I'm not against evolution, as long as it's done properly. Even if we consider it our music, this song is lazy. It just relies on the sample. The lyrics are trash and there is no originality or sophistication. You just have that "Non" loop and Fally is just whining "jalousie" all over the track. I mean c'mon. This is basically what those 20 yo are doing in Europe and the US.: bubble gum pop bases on samples of classic songs. Lazy.  But people should praise it just because? Sampling does not make it a good song.

I hold our musicians to a certain standard.

Ok what is our music, rumba isn’t either btw...so you tell me our music?