Author Topic: I HAD NO CLUE DAMIEN AZIWA BECAME A PASTOR  (Read 316 times)

Matebu on: April 23, 2018, 21:35

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For a while I wondered what happened to him. He was up there with leading with Kanda Bongo Man & Aurlus Mabele when Soukous was at it's peak, then he switched his base to Kinshasa during the ndombolo era. He had a big group (Rive Gauche) with people likes Soliel Wanga, Ngonda Son (Victoria Eleison) Kisema, Huguette. He had big success with "Hors La Loi" & "Carte de visite" and after he seemed to disapear. He was signed to SonoDisc too

He was one of thse guys who made up for his mediocre singing abilites with powerful sebene.

Soukous (1994):


Featuring Tutu Calludji & Mboka Liya Brunkina Faso. Popular sebene back then with it's BCBG sound (1998):


Hard sebene 1999


Now:
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mvulusi96 #1 on: April 23, 2018, 23:23

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kiekiekiekie  asi  apengwa. He's stopped with doing gospel-music and is back with the so called "music ya mokili. Back in 2014 he made an interview where he attacked Wazekwa amd explained how he failed to succeed as solo artist in Kinshasa, etc.



Cellulaire (R.I.P.) of Wenge BCBG and Kilimandjaro (the brother of Bill Clinton) who went also to join BCBG, were also members of Damien Aziwa's band. They animated in Damien Aziwa's album Suprematie before joining PPU (BCBG's reserve band). But that album is deleted from YouTube. It had powerful sebenes and generics.

https://soundcloud.com/ezer230/damien-aziwa-kilimandjaro
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Matebu #2 on: April 24, 2018, 00:08

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lol damn, when your secular and religious career fail. That’s unfortunate

He really knew how to recruit great talent and produce powerful sebene though