Author Topic: KOFFI OLOMIDE en live dans ACOUSTIC | TV5MONDE  (Read 140 times)

mvulusi96 on: October 12, 2019, 21:18

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mvulusi96 #1 on: October 13, 2019, 09:50

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Looks like Koffi Olomide didn't want and like the question about Papa Wemba, but to win the heart of the white audience, he played the game by saying that Wemba was his idol. Which is also true, but in his prime-years he was never saying it, he was only mentioning Lutuma Simaro and Tabu Ley as his idols even in the years of Maisha Parc.  If it was in Congo they would have cut that part.


It always surprise me how the French media likes to praise Papa Wemba and let other Congolese artists ask questions about him while in his last years they didn't like to do promo for him and if they were doing promo, they were always liking to come with the ngulu-affaire to humilated him. They really think that Papa Wemba is the best Congolese artist ever, while we have Franco Luambo Makiadi and Tabu Ley.

mvulusi96 #2 on: October 13, 2019, 09:56

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It seems that Nathalie Bumba gave him alot of money to mention her like 7 or 6 times in every song. Koffi Olomide messed that show at Acoustic up by doing started to do alot of mabanga at some point while mabanga doesn't really fit in something like "Acoustic" and doesn't sound professional in that short time and space. Papa Wemba and Fally Ipupa were never doing mabanga in the few moments that they performed there. 

Grandpretre #3 on: October 13, 2019, 10:50

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It seems that Nathalie Bumba gave him alot of money to mention her like 7 or 6 times in every song. Koffi Olomide messed that show at Acoustic up by doing started to do alot of mabanga at some point while mabanga doesn't really fit in something like "Acoustic" and doesn't sound professional in that short time and space. Papa Wemba and Fally Ipupa were never doing mabanga in the few moments that they performed there.

I thought the same, he think he’s at « le grand hotel » loool

mvulusi96 #4 on: October 13, 2019, 11:21

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Champion Djikapela will stay one of the best drummers. Most drummers start to lose it if they stay for years in Europe. But Champion has it still in him.

Brice Malonga dissapointed me a little bit by the way he started the piano-intro of Aspirine. It looks like everybody who came after Ondoma couldn’t excatly interpret that part Philippe Guez did on the intro of Aspirine.


BercysFinest98 #5 on: October 13, 2019, 13:08

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Looks like Koffi Olomide didn't want and like the question about Papa Wemba, but to win the heart of the white audience, he played the game by saying that Wemba was his idol. Which is also true, but in his prime-years he was never saying it, he was only mentioning Lutuma Simaro and Tabu Ley as his idols even in the years of Maisha Parc.  If it was in Congo they would have cut that part.


It always surprise me how the French media likes to praise Papa Wemba and let other Congolese artists ask questions about him while in his last years they didn't like to do promo for him and if they were doing promo, they were always liking to come with the ngulu-affaire to humilated him. They really think that Papa Wemba is the best Congolese artist ever, while we have Franco Luambo Makiadi and Tabu Ley.

That part in the interview had me thinking "Hold up, didn't you have beef with Papa Wemba?" like nigga please. At the same time I respect the respect that he has now!