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Do you think that Celeo Scram would have fitted in Quartier Latin

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Franco Pepe Kalle on: August 06, 2019, 02:51

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I got a heated question. Some people will hate it. Do you think that Celeo Scram would have fitted in Quartier Latin. I only ask because I think Celeo Scram sounded similar to Mposhi except Celeo's voice was more crystal clear than Mposhi's voice was more rougher. Also Celeo Scram did a collaboration song with Koffi Olomide which was nice to hear. Mposhi and Celeo Scram were part of the Tutu Callugi School.

Please give me your honest response.

I got the song of Celeo Scram and Koffi Olomide

Matebu #1 on: August 06, 2019, 02:54

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 No, he was too Greco for QL. Aside from Fally, who had to adapt to QL, bana Bandal did not fit QL ethos

CM PRINCE #2 on: August 06, 2019, 03:11

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No, he was too Greco for QL. Aside from Fally, who had to adapt to QL, bana Bandal did not fit QL ethos
Welllll that’s not really true cause guys like Depitcho, Mamale, Jordan Kusa, Cambodge were from bandal and they fit in QL

Matebu #3 on: August 06, 2019, 03:23

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No, he was too Greco for QL. Aside from Fally, who had to adapt to QL, bana Bandal did not fit QL ethos
Welllll that’s not really true cause guys like Depitcho, Mamale, Jordan Kusa, Cambodge were from bandal and they fit in QL

I guess you’re right, but all those guys had to adapt to fit in QL. Some of the names you listed were successful, others weren’t. In WMM for example they could be themselves

Celeo was hardcore Représentant de Bandalungwa and still is, with the likes of the legend Bokuta Mpongo aka bandal.com kiekie
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Wenge1995 #4 on: August 06, 2019, 06:50

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@Franco Pepe Kalle

Celeo Scram would have fitted quite well with Quartier Latin, because he has the charisma on stage that Koffi likes (Fally & Savanet) while having a hard work ethic to consistently give something interesting to the music (remember Mboshi stole a bit of his animations that was on Droit de Veto).

After the era of animating like Callugi ended, Mboshi couldn't keep up in terms of creativity. But Celeo Scram managed to adapt with Kibusia Mpimpa and kept us dancing with great cries until Tosa Olia.

mvulusi96 #5 on: August 06, 2019, 14:51

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yes of course, tenor-atalaku's have it always done well in Quartier Latin. Back in 2007, Koffi offered Celeo some money to join Quartier Latin when he just left, but he refused.

mvulusi96 #6 on: August 06, 2019, 14:59

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@Franco Pepe Kalle

Celeo Scram would have fitted quite well with Quartier Latin, because he has the charisma on stage that Koffi likes (Fally & Savanet) while having a hard work ethic to consistently give something interesting to the music (remember Mboshi stole a bit of his animations that was on Droit de Veto).

After the era of animating like Callugi ended, Mboshi couldn't keep up in terms of creativity. But Celeo Scram managed to adapt with Kibusia Mpimpa and kept us dancing with great cries until Tosa Olia.

Mboshi was still creative, but the problem was that Academia was about to disband. The generic of Quartre Coins Kandala was well received in Kinshasa. He tried to rejoin Quartier Latin in Europe during the Monde Arabe-era, but Fally refused, saying that he had not the right to rejoin because he betrayed Koffi by joining Academia. Then he participated to Sexy Chocolate, but that album flopped. But when he rejoined he proved that he was still the same guy with the crie "Shofele, nazo kita.." which was one of the most best received cri of that album. He was forming a good duo with Gessac until that Koffi Olomide fired him for having visited Fally at his house or something like that.

CM PRINCE #7 on: August 06, 2019, 15:08

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After the era of animating like Callugi ended, Mboshi couldn't keep up in terms of creativity.
Wowww smh

CM PRINCE #8 on: August 06, 2019, 15:10

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@Franco Pepe Kalle

Celeo Scram would have fitted quite well with Quartier Latin, because he has the charisma on stage that Koffi likes (Fally & Savanet) while having a hard work ethic to consistently give something interesting to the music (remember Mboshi stole a bit of his animations that was on Droit de Veto).

After the era of animating like Callugi ended, Mboshi couldn't keep up in terms of creativity. But Celeo Scram managed to adapt with Kibusia Mpimpa and kept us dancing with great cries until Tosa Olia.

Mboshi was still creative, but the problem was that Academia was about to disband. The generic of Quartre Coins Kandala was well received in Kinshasa. He tried to rejoin Quartier Latin in Europe during the Monde Arabe-era, but Fally refused, saying that he had not the right to rejoin because he betrayed Koffi by joining Academia. Then he participated to Sexy Chocolate, but that album flopped. But when he rejoined he proved that he was still the same guy with the crie "Shofele, nazo kita.." which was one of the most best received cri of that album. He was forming a good duo with Gessac until that Koffi Olomide fired him for having visited Fally at his house or something like that.
Voilà thank you. People sleep on Mboshi way too much I’ve noticed recently.

mvulusi96 #9 on: August 06, 2019, 20:30

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Yeah, the only problem he was like 10 years older than Apocalyps and people in Europe seeing their combo as weird because of Mboshi being from the Olympia-generation. Apocalyps himself was disrespecting Mboshi sometimes in concerts, throwing some shots and interrupting him while animating, by saying "now its the era of Apocalyps" and starting with the ntaba-animation.