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Drumstar98 on: November 08, 2018, 20:20

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What is Lutchiana' story about his career and his background with Zaiko?

Matebu #1 on: November 08, 2018, 20:38

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He looks different... Legend... Love his album with Zaiko backing "Chinia" from 1999. Great compositions, powerful sebene, and crisp sound. His 2002 album "Balayage" with his group Karawa Musica had terrible sound

He was one of the big soukous guys early on with Damien Aziwa, Kanda Bongo Man, Aurlus Mabele, Geo Bilongo, Dany Enbongo, etc. I remember at one point he was a opening act for Empire Bakuba.

He wasn't a Zaiko member, more a collaborator in the mid-late 90's when soukous fizzed out and a lot of those soukous guys tried to change their base to Kin with local talent instead of Paris with session artists

Drumstar98 #2 on: November 08, 2018, 21:57

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What made him stay in Angola?

Drumstar98 #3 on: November 08, 2018, 22:06

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He looks different... Legend... Love his album with Zaiko backing "Chinia" from 1999. Great compositions, powerful sebene, and crisp sound. His 2002 album "Balayage" with his group Karawa Musica had terrible sound

He was one of the big soukous guys early on with Damien Aziwa, Kanda Bongo Man, Aurlus Mabele, Geo Bilongo, Dany Enbongo, etc. I remember at one point he was a opening act for Empire Bakuba.

He wasn't a Zaiko member, more a collaborator in the mid-late 90's when soukous fizzed out and a lot of those soukous guys tried to change their base to Kin with local talent instead of Paris with session artists

Chinia is superb album it's also his last good album.