Author Topic: FERRE SAYS HE APPRECIATES FALLY AND CONSIDERS HIMSELF THE HEIR OF TABU LEY  (Read 12848 times)

johnbas #15 on: October 16, 2013, 15:19

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Thank you, thank you thank you..koffi did jack for ferre. Ferre was not properly paid when he was in QL which led to not pitching up in concerts And rehesals , then koffi suspended him, after he had gained more popularity in housing both ferre and fally..He used ferre not didn't honor his prior contract.

The stupid part comes from the issue was of his "koffi" insidious and malicious tendency in trying to subbotage  wazekwa not other musicians plus destroying the rhythm I of the QL we always knew..now its Cindy in each and every corner of the song, mewing like a deserted cat.

Forgive me guys, but I gotta vent out.
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deanglo #16 on: October 16, 2013, 16:10

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<cite>@EMOBCBG said:</cite>
What I have said and will say it again is that Ferre Gola appeals to those who understand Lingala mostly and that is why he has a share of fans. If you do not understand what Ferre Gola is singing about, you will pull out the CD. I do understand a few of what these guys sing about but come on guys, this music should be for everyone and that is why JB, Koffi, Werrason, Zaiko are loved by all people not just one group. I have gone to rhumba die hard clubs in Lusaka, a few Congolese will stand for a dance when Ferre's song is on but after one or two songs, you hear people cry for a Fally song, why? Fally Ipupa is not monotonous like Ferre Gola. Fally's songs have curves here and there and he sometimes adds a soloist to the song therefore, adding a sebene.


EMOBCBG, I couldn't have said it any better. It takes another descerning ear to understand. Until these younger artists stops trying to be at the top alone and start receuiting other talented voices to argument, they will not surpass the top tier. For example, Koffi Olomide was not afraid to recruit Jordan Kusa, Deo Brando and other that sound similar to him before that. It made his albums unforgiveably fantastic.
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Musicfan #17 on: October 16, 2013, 17:10

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<cite>@deanglo said:</cite>
EMOBCBG, I couldn't have said it any better. It takes another descerning ear to understand. Until these younger artists stops trying to be at the top alone and start receuiting other talented voices to argument, they will not surpass the top tier. For example, Koffi Olomide was not afraid to recruit Jordan Kusa, Deo Brando and other that sound similar to him before that. It made his albums unforgiveably fantastic.


<cite>@johnbas said:</cite>
Thank you, thank you thank you..koffi did jack for ferre. Ferre was not properly paid when he was in QL which led to not pitching up in concerts And rehesals , then koffi suspended him, after he had gained more popularity in housing both ferre and fally..He used ferre not didn't honor his prior contract.

The stupid part comes from the issue was of his "koffi" insidious and malicious tendency in trying to subbotage  wazekwa not other musicians plus destroying the rhythm I of the QL we always knew..now its Cindy in each and every
corner of the song, mewing like a deserted cat.

Forgive me guys, but I gotta vent out.


Yeah Koffi is a malicious person.  LOL @ now its Cindy in each and every
corner of the song, mewing like a deserted cat.  That is a funny analogy, why can't someone let him know that Cindy is overused?  I guess it's the power she has over him.

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