Author Topic: NOW I UNDERSTAND WHY HE SANG IT WITH SUCH EMOTION  (Read 781 times)

archos on: October 06, 2017, 17:46

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today i was talking with a friend at work who used to be mentioned in songs and listening to this song and he just explained to me that last time he went to kin some channels were showing archives and he watched a 2007 or so video of fally and mosaka doing interview together and talking about some songs they worked together on and they mentioned mabele saying it was not at all a song which was planned,it was when they were writing talent latent songs  that it came as that day they had no food but almost rotten mango and were writing on pieces of cement package "paper" as they could not afford a proper notebook
and luckily enough fally recorded it on a cassette and modified a bit to use in droit chemin

Matebu #1 on: October 06, 2017, 19:18

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My issue with this song is that the second half is just mabanga. I'm assuming that this wasn't the case on the original version

And all the "Daddy Kiberny" makes me feel uneasy because of his lifestyle reputation. Excellent clip though
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mvulusi96 #2 on: October 06, 2017, 20:13

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My issue with this song is that the second half is just mabanga. I'm assuming that this wasn't the case on the original version

And all the "Daddy Kiberny" makes me feel uneasy because of his lifestyle reputation. Excellent clip though

What made him so famous in the music-world ?

Manzambi94 #3 on: October 06, 2017, 20:19

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My issue with this song is that the second half is just mabanga. I'm assuming that this wasn't the case on the original version

And all the "Daddy Kiberny" makes me feel uneasy because of his lifestyle reputation. Excellent clip though

What made him so famous in the music-world ?
Daddy Kimberny? Mmm for Heritier and Fally is that they accept to have homo affaires with him for money for the others I don't know, but if you feel a group member talking Daddy Kimberny or making songs for him you can always know why and vomit

Matebu #4 on: October 06, 2017, 21:22

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My issue with this song is that the second half is just mabanga. I'm assuming that this wasn't the case on the original version

And all the "Daddy Kiberny" makes me feel uneasy because of his lifestyle reputation. Excellent clip though

What made him so famous in the music-world ?

He's a known homosexual, as Manzambi alluded to. All the songs dedicated to him have a feeling of "fruitiness". And a man calling a another man "Daddy" is just weird.

Check out the lyrics:
Quote
Souffrance na mokili Daddy ezali lokola liniuka
Liniuka soki baniki mwana moké alelaka nzoka bonheur na ye
Baninga batiaka loboko na poche oyo ya nga se na litama
mokolo nini Nzambe oko longola ngai na sepela Daddy
Oh Daddy
Ah yeah

Nzambe naye kosala yo rappel que naza na mokili tango mosusu
obosa nga
Niama azanga bongo kasi aliesaka bana nionso
Bomengo epona bilongi yo yo
Mabele zua na yo nga nazali improductif, mawa
Na territoire na yo inutile o gardé nga
Nakoma ménopausé na bozui kolo Nzambe sunga ngai

Yo Mabele(yo Mabele)
Yo Mabele(Mabele monkondjo)
Yo Mabele(dzorkoba ma papa hee)
Yo Mabele...(emiboro kiait) Dominik canifemboure, bijou
nissamou, Ana maitidi na betika fama, yo Mabele oo mawaa.

Nzambé sala noki papa
Papa sala noki tongo eko tana te
Nokoma komona kaka elongi ya mpiodi, ya soso ekima
Eh Njakomba eminjali bono kiye, il faut minkosi
Eh Njakomba eminjali bono kiye, il faut minkosi
Iti nano batu ankina bakoso ke; epa emi
Daddy Kimberley Daddy
Daddy
hhe l'ensemble chez samba na chansel, Jean Michelle esarbo,
Lyno ezoma, Peno le garçcon bio, Robert Mubilenzila,
Harmoni coiffure, assoiciation Bandole et sans frontiere,
Marcelin de prod, le conseillé doumbia, thierry ilonga
versace, epele mila papi bougi massa tresor rjr de cartoun.

daddy kimberly mobali kitoko (ye ye il faut azua)...
a tonda ba beauté ééé
chance yé yaka pona moto nyoso tout
ya Didier Mbokolo na titi kutchi na suedé
michelle besarbo, andre bola, jean-marie maltazar, ikeligent
monoka

hèè foto joel metengué yebissa simon baoula atonguelega
penacor, Bax medina
serge kaemeto egale but
amissingi mais c'est prope kolkentin unsankete
richard cabamby
parfait zola
philip menpuya he
mami tukulu
Oya papi mungunga, dedier epoque oho
na lorent mekènbo bruno meliko oho
nini capen, bijoux te yolo oho
dabi nkodolo lokola na michtury
clarisse epounga lorette epounga anord epounga
bana mama ivonné, mama bébé kitoman, mavero amity babe
elododi, langan marley
pepe acoudji jacky watunga, cristelle nacoissa mapoline
nzoga, mere vero loketo pété he
joseph congolo naida mama dadou, michele mangala, bebe zico
la reine aminata malou kpokon

mvulusi96 #5 on: October 06, 2017, 23:07

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I always thought that he was a manager, someone promoting Congolese music in the showbizz world like David Monsoh or somewhing like that. Because I saw that he was very close to French-Congolese singer Jessy Matador. So we can say that Jessy Matador is also gay ? I remember that he was very close with Hertier Wantanabe and mentoing his name many times in his African New Style-songs and visiting Werrason's concerts for him. 






Talking about homosexuality in the Congolese music-scene, I always found Papa Wemba's song dedicated to his friend Dady Soso sounding very gay.

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Matebu #6 on: October 06, 2017, 23:41

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Not sure honestly, I think all the artists have suspect songs. It's sometimes hard to tell if it's just a song they bought and placed in the donor's name or if it's about their relations

Reminds me of this

Jdog #7 on: October 07, 2017, 03:39

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Never really payed attention to this song, Knowing what I know about the Dady Kimberny dude this song seems suspect like Fally really said "Dady Kimberny oza mobali kitoko". Too much mabanga in this song very little lyrics.
Biso nionso toko landa changement-Maniango

Matebu #8 on: October 07, 2017, 03:59

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Yea, when i pay close attention to some donor nicknames and lyrics I really wonder if they actually mean it.
JB - "Alino Kizaza, le représentant de tout les beau gars" (the representative of all the handsome guys)

I was listening to a Defao song recently, he referred to a donor as "le garçon minon" (the cute boy) ... and I was like "whoa, pause". He had his fair share of rumors in the past even though he has a Kenyan wife, but I just listen to his music as a fan.

I remember when Fally started his solo career, it took him a good 2 years to stop the rumors spreading about him. For some reason the Ivorian press was so obsessed with solidifying the rumor.
http://www.lecridabidjan.net/infidelite-homosexualite__serge_beynaud_avoue_tout_et_fait.html

My apologies for going off topic
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mvulusi96 #9 on: October 07, 2017, 05:25

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What about the way Papa Wemba talked about JB Mpiana in the beginning of Cavalier Solitaire.



archos #10 on: October 07, 2017, 08:35

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some nicknames are decided by customers themselves to promote them for example alino kizaza it was a way for him to attract women at bcbg concerts as they were curious to see the guy getting such a huge nicknamle
 but most of the guys who have VIP in their nickname  in songs are "on that side"
lol about beynaud it was arafat who started it and ended up being at his weeding lol
but anyways like i used to say in past posts most of those who do it consider that they have no choice if they are to live the lifestlye they want,it happens that some of their fancy cars and co come that way,and its an integral part of  the condiitions for most of those who have pacts for success

Jdog #11 on: October 07, 2017, 11:49

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Not sure honestly, I think all the artists have suspect songs. It's sometimes hard to tell if it's just a song they bought and placed in the donor's name or if it's about their relations

Reminds me of this

Hell nah this man was bisexual at least, "eza likambo ya vie oko meka ango kaka" nah man you really like men that's why you tried it.
Biso nionso toko landa changement-Maniango

Jdog #12 on: October 07, 2017, 11:50

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What about the way Papa Wemba talked about JB Mpiana in the beginning of Cavalier Solitaire.



PD, why would a man ask another man that question.
Biso nionso toko landa changement-Maniango

archos #13 on: October 07, 2017, 13:36

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late wemba's pastor always said that wemba confessed that he tried once,as for jb like i said above it was part of the deal and in some cases you have to be introduced indirectly or directly to it by an older artist who will be like a mentor to you,there are examples even in the last three years and it wont stop any time soon

Manzambi94 #14 on: October 07, 2017, 20:46

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It is disgusting if this is the Congolese music's condition fuck this conditions