Author Topic: ROBINIO INTERVIEW WITH JUVENAL  (Read 263 times)

Manzambi94 on: July 15, 2017, 11:58

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Manzambi94 #1 on: July 15, 2017, 14:42

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He is working on his first album Noir et Blanc and said that wanna be perceived like the big ones of the music once his album is out because he is inspiring himself to them, then he says that he is very happy on how his career is developing since he was a marginal guy in MM and had only one official vocal and never went to Zenith, Olympia and so on, but in the solo career he already had three generique with more than a million views he is happy of this because physically if you put a million people to where they are staying now the place will be fitted quickly and added that he is very thankful of the love that the fans gave him since he was basically nothing (his words) in MM. Than Juvenal like always try to indirectly say that Robinio is becoming big head because of the views -.- (Robinio is right I didn't even hear him once in MM)
Then Juvenal asks Jim which are the other millionaires ne said Fally Ipupa, Ferrè, Koffi, JB , Werra
Temoignage, Feux De L'Amour and many albums from Koffi are what he thinks memorable albums should be like he said that even though Fully invited him in the France concert with VISA ready to go, he didn't go to Europe because he said directly to Fally that he is thankful for the help but if Fally  cancelled the concert he couldn't go there and go to Paris it would be a miss of respect thant he says that Europe is the real motor that drives Congolese music becuase Congolese people in Europe are the one who have the money to buy albums to give him help from a financial side to pay the studio and so on, for him one of the best singer now when Fally when he is asked of who is the worst (Juvenal and his continue search of polemiques) he said that he won't say anything if a guy do not make success he knows it and then he doesn't want to cause trouble like the last time Juvenal interviewed him because he said something similar (being not a very good singer if I don't get wrong) to Cappuccino, he said Noir et Blanc gonna be a great album with great rumbas and people are free to write him with Instagram, Snap or Whatsapp.

Mwana Nsalu #2 on: July 15, 2017, 15:47

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i think as long as artists avoid falling into these journalist traps we could see some change in the 'political' climate of the music. artists like robinio and deplick who are humble and let their music speak for itself are leading examples of maturity. here's hoping this is a trend that catches on. when being interviewed about your career what is it worth to start talking shit about someone else? smh anyway i am loving the progress of this guys career as well. i'm pretty sure the only time i heard him sing before he went solo was in a clip of him deplick and a few others singing backstage at a show so its awesome to see where his drive has taken him without having to wait around for years for singing opportunities under MM. his album is one of the best that came out last year. i look forward to his future offerings

Jdog #3 on: July 16, 2017, 11:53

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He last two weeks have been about Heritier, Fally and Ferre. If it wasn't for Fally mentioning him in his lastest interview where I taught about Robinho again.
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