Author Topic: FLASH BACK ON KOFFI OLOMIDE'S ALBUMS  (Read 414 times)

PCGY KASTELLO on: July 14, 2017, 20:14

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V12, Loi and Ultimatum arguably my all time top 3 albums of Koffi. Just listen to those mellow Choruses from Sam shintu, Suzuki, Abalambwa, and the late Babia. Not even our own Werra's dream team would challenge them were sebene and Rumba chorus is concerned. They were the A Listers in that department.  What is your take on this Y'all?

archos #1 on: July 14, 2017, 20:26

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Fantastic era especially V12, this reminds me of a joke of a late cousin who used  to say if you dated a girl and made her listen or  you tried to sing songs from that album and still did not succeeded then she surely hated you  :D :D :D

CM PRINCE #2 on: July 14, 2017, 20:37

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Koffi from 1992-2006 was untouchable everything he released was fantastic it started slowing down with monde arabe, longitima made up for it but danger de mort sucked the sound was incredible but it was overhyped

PCGY KASTELLO #3 on: July 14, 2017, 20:46

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Archos Kkkkkk...V12 to date is a bomb. Even the Chorus on Maggie album. Amen by Babia...

SYMPLICITY #4 on: July 15, 2017, 08:06

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Ultimatum, Effrakata and Monde Arabe(most will disagree) make the top cream with honourable mention to Maggie and V12. Sadly his tune changed starting with BEK, Abracadabra, 13eme and Nyataquance. For the last 4 albums put together the only songs I enjoy are Ikia, BB Gout, Soupou, Double Mbonda, La Foudre, Symposium. As for Nyataquance I have tried to get even one song to identify with and everytime I come up empty!!!

Toolz #5 on: July 15, 2017, 08:32

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Loi,Ultimatum and Effrakata are my best( they are still my best till date).I disturbed our estate back then with Loi blaring away from my deck in my room! I played that CD till it scratched terribly...lol... Amen by Babia too was lit!

mrvibes #6 on: July 15, 2017, 11:39

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Etage ya suka, ultimatum,  droit de veto , force de frappe and danger de mort are not really koff album, so to me they really dont count , they are quartier latin album .to me  Noblesse oblige,V12, loi and effrakata are the best when it comes to originality nd artistic work, arrangements , text and so on .
However we also have  haut de game  et  les prisonnier dorment that i personally consider as hors series...
Just like reddys albums in viva , they were all hors series.

PCGY KASTELLO #7 on: July 15, 2017, 11:59

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The team he had by then was a marvel to listen to. You can only compare that team to Werra's dream team choreographic wise

masatomo #8 on: July 15, 2017, 13:52

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Suzuki,Willy Bula,Babia,Eric Tutsi,Sam Tshintu,Modogo Abarambwa = the best chorus Quartier Latin ever had. Point.

CM PRINCE #9 on: July 15, 2017, 14:48

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Suzuki,Willy Bula,Babia,Eric Tutsi,Sam Tshintu,Modogo Abarambwa = the best chorus Quartier Latin ever had. Point.
I second!

PCGY KASTELLO #10 on: July 15, 2017, 22:12

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Suzuki,Willy Bula,Babia,Eric Tutsi,Sam Tshintu,Modogo Abarambwa = the best chorus Quartier Latin ever had. Point.
200% correct

archos #11 on: July 15, 2017, 22:44

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amennnn guys this was a very very very strong chorus, i remember an interview of sam suzuki and babia  before babia went to angola they were so complementary you'd think they never stopped working together