Author Topic: QUENTIN MOYASCKO BACK IN CONGO TO REVIVE EXTRA MUSICA INTERNATIONAL  (Read 629 times)

archos #15 on: February 13, 2020, 17:36

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I don't think Extra Internationale will last long. Quentin just doesn't seem to have the required focus to sustain a band long term other than a huge sense of entitlement. The good thing from this is that Arafat is back & will easily end in NH. The Congo Brazza sebene has been missing his fire for a ver long time

yeah quentin seems like blaise bula,somebody who loves too much other things than music,so he is never able to fully focus on music
both use the argument that they have studied so they have to do what they have studied for

EMOVICTEAM #16 on: February 16, 2020, 07:55

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I think Arafat was the best atalaku of Extra Musica, I can't recall a song where his animation was boring. Back in the days when he was a member of the group, if I had a band and needed an atalaku, if he applied, I would have licensed him with confidence knowing the deal can't go wrong. But significant time has passed, I wonder how his voice can perform after so many years. I really wish him success.
Kila mbongo for me

Jeffrey Sirjeza Sibanda #17 on: February 16, 2020, 12:15

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Arafat is amazing, I love all of his cries in Extra Musica, I think he can get a top 10 spot if you put him among DRC atalakus......... Maybe etat unis will join them too

archos #18 on: April 07, 2020, 21:51

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regis touba is back with quentin moyascko too, it seems the nouvel horizon move has shaken the whole clan extra musica

BercysFinest98 #19 on: April 07, 2020, 23:14

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I think Arafat was the best atalaku of Extra Musica, I can't recall a song where his animation was boring. Back in the days when he was a member of the group, if I had a band and needed an atalaku, if he applied, I would have licensed him with confidence knowing the deal can't go wrong. But significant time has passed, I wonder how his voice can perform after so many years. I really wish him success.

I definitely prefer him over Kila Mbongo any day!