Author Topic: KOFFI OLOMIDE- ASSASSAIN (New Song)  (Read 858 times)

Matebu #15 on: April 13, 2020, 19:15

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His 4:1 ratio of great music of the past compare to crap music of the present continues to drop with each new release

CM PRINCE #16 on: April 13, 2020, 19:39

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It’s becoming a cause of concern. How is no one around him telling him this, even Ferre in that premiere soin interview said no one likes his new releases.

SLK97 #17 on: April 13, 2020, 19:43

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So it's basically like Wenger's reputation before he left Arsenal, when everyone was clowning him for destroying his own legacy. If I were Koffi, I wouldn't worry about trying to stay relevant with the youngers, trying to prove to the world that I'm still hungry even though I'm in my 60s (which I'm not BTW ;D). Now would be the time for him to rest on his laurels and try not to release music of variable quality every month.

litho #18 on: April 14, 2020, 01:09

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His 4:1 ratio of great music of the past compare to crap music of the present continues to drop with each new release
It’s becoming a cause of concern. How is no one around him telling him this, even Ferre in that premiere soin interview said no one likes his new releases.

And since then what Ferre has done?

Nothing, the "worse" Koffi still far better than actual Ferre, and as thing look nothing will change in future.

litho #19 on: April 14, 2020, 01:20

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Tell us about other musician's ratio, no just Koffi, then we will see if he is in worse chute libre than other.
Some times people forget Koffi is in his 60s, and is no getting younger but older.

Congolese need to be happy Koffi still in music and doing better than most younger musicians today.
Remember Koffi first hit was in 1977, today we still talk about him how many musicians with same age we still talk about them today.

Matebu #20 on: April 14, 2020, 02:13

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His 4:1 ratio of great music of the past compare to crap music of the present continues to drop with each new release


Tell us about other musician's ratio, no just Koffi, then we will see if he is in worse chute libre than other.
Some times people forget Koffi is in his 60s, and is no getting younger but older.

Congolese need to be happy Koffi still in music and doing better than most younger musicians today.
Remember Koffi first hit was in 1977, today we still talk about him how many musicians with same age we still talk about them today.

Masta, you’ve been taking offense to any critique I have of Mopao. I happen to think he has the strongest discography of any artist post the père de la music moderne generations. I salute him for being relevant most of his 43 year career, but it doesn’t stop me from believing the music he puts out now is mostly garbage.

My other favorite legends such as Salif Keita, Youssou N’dour, and Wemba (RIP) have been relevant for just as long as Koffi (some longer), yet they put out very strong late albums because they took their time to produce quality over quantity. Salif Kieta’s last album is one of the best albums I’ve heard in recent years. Maître de Ecole was terrific along with Seeni Valeurs/Africa Rekk from Youssou because they took their time to make quality music

Bigbang10 #21 on: April 14, 2020, 04:34

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His 4:1 ratio of great music of the past compare to crap music of the present continues to drop with each new release


Tell us about other musician's ratio, no just Koffi, then we will see if he is in worse chute libre than other.
Some times people forget Koffi is in his 60s, and is no getting younger but older.

Congolese need to be happy Koffi still in music and doing better than most younger musicians today.
Remember Koffi first hit was in 1977, today we still talk about him how many musicians with same age we still talk about them today.
You my friend are 100% right

litho #22 on: April 14, 2020, 06:32

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His 4:1 ratio of great music of the past compare to crap music of the present continues to drop with each new release



Tell us about other musician's ratio, no just Koffi, then we will see if he is in worse chute libre than other.
Some times people forget Koffi is in his 60s, and is no getting younger but older.

Congolese need to be happy Koffi still in music and doing better than most younger musicians today.
Remember Koffi first hit was in 1977, today we still talk about him how many musicians with same age we still talk about them today.

Masta, you’ve been taking offense to any critique I have of Mopao
. I happen to think he has the strongest discography of any artist post the père de la music moderne generations. I salute him for being relevant most of his 43 year career, but it doesn’t stop me from believing the music he puts out now is mostly garbage.

My other favorite legends such as Salif Keita, Youssou N’dour, and Wemba (RIP) have been relevant for just as long as Koffi (some longer), yet they put out very strong late albums because they took their time to produce quality over quantity. Salif Kieta’s last album is one of the best albums I’ve heard in recent years. Maître de Ecole was terrific along with Seeni Valeurs/Africa Rekk from Youssou because they took their time to make quality music

Sorry for that.
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