Author Topic: Ferre's second concert in Zambia  (Read 857 times)

Jdog on: August 09, 2017, 00:30

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Ferre is always bringing new people abroad while Fally still brings the same group of faux chantuers and declining dance skills since 08.
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mvulusi96 #1 on: August 09, 2017, 01:03

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hahahaha the Ferre-fans are attacking Frank Stemay very hard now due to this interview



But the succes of this concert says an other thing

Nkosi #2 on: August 09, 2017, 05:31

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No one is talking about him in Zambia. They need to up his promotion

Cavalier Solitaire #3 on: August 09, 2017, 07:45

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Yes promotion was poor but am sure the promoters took it for granted knowing that a lot of show goers will find themselves at his shows as can be seen from the crowd. On a side note its good to note that Ferre is slowly learning English to better communicate with his Anglophone fans.

Zulu21 #4 on: August 10, 2017, 21:33

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The show was great, I was there in the audience. Ferre Gila has improved his English and manages to communicate well. The band started with Robert Basende (Japonais) then Ferre chipped in with Kama Sutra and then the Sebenes followed. The female atalaku ( I don't know her name) was doing most of the rapping, Bercy tried his best but he was darling when he chanted his verses in Stabilisation such as Kandondo file and that one for head butt. Ferre's group is youthful and looks good. They look like real star and on point.

Matebu #5 on: August 10, 2017, 22:37

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The show was great, I was there in the audience. Ferre Gila has improved his English and manages to communicate well. The band started with Robert Basende (Japonais) then Ferre chipped in with Kama Sutra and then the Sebenes followed. The female atalaku ( I don't know her name) was doing most of the rapping, Bercy tried his best but he was darling when he chanted his verses in Stabilisation such as Kandondo file and that one for head butt. Ferre's group is youthful and looks good. They look like real star and on point.

Nice review. Touring in Africa allows the artists to bring along the most energetic members.

The female atalakou is Ruth Nzele

Cavalier Solitaire #6 on: August 11, 2017, 11:25

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The show was great, I was there in the audience. Ferre Gila has improved his English and manages to communicate well. The band started with Robert Basende (Japonais) then Ferre chipped in with Kama Sutra and then the Sebenes followed. The female atalaku ( I don't know her name) was doing most of the rapping, Bercy tried his best but he was darling when he chanted his verses in Stabilisation such as Kandondo file and that one for head butt. Ferre's group is youthful and looks good. They look like real star and on point.
True. And I especially liked the chemistry among Marchouse (you wudnt think this is the guy who is a loud mouth lol), Charlie Solo and Hadji Solo not forgetting the energetic Nicholas on the drums. Who is the guy on the Mbonda though?. My stand out chanteurs were Rice Matadien, Djanny Pacha and as always Echappe. In the solo dances that young guy (not sure his name? Les Mineur?) light in complexion was a marvel. I noticed Echappe is becoming lazy when it comes to dancing or he has always been. Like you said the youthness of Ferre's musician is a big plus. Lets just hope Ferre manages the egos that comes with fame especially with his young singers.   

BR #7 on: August 11, 2017, 17:09

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His main mbonda player is awulu wala

Toolz #8 on: August 12, 2017, 10:40

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EMOVICTEAM #9 on: August 13, 2017, 10:12

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True. And I especially liked the chemistry among Marchouse (you wudnt think this is the guy who is a loud mouth lol), Charlie Solo and Hadji Solo not forgetting the energetic Nicholas on the drums. Who is the guy on the Mbonda though?. My stand out chanteurs were Rice Matadien, Djanny Pacha and as always Echappe. In the solo dances that young guy (not sure his name? Les Mineur?) 
yamado?

Cavalier Solitaire #10 on: August 25, 2017, 09:57

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True. And I especially liked the chemistry among Marchouse (you wudnt think this is the guy who is a loud mouth lol), Charlie Solo and Hadji Solo not forgetting the energetic Nicholas on the drums. Who is the guy on the Mbonda though?. My stand out chanteurs were Rice Matadien, Djanny Pacha and as always Echappe. In the solo dances that young guy (not sure his name? Les Mineur?) 
yamado?
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