Author Topic: SAM TSHINTU ACUSE PAPA WEMBA D'ETRE A LA BASE DE LA DISLOCATION D'ACADEMIA  (Read 5096 times)

50 on: October 30, 2013, 00:31

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NEWSIDE96 #2 on: October 30, 2013, 00:57

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so sad he was also responsible for the split of wenge and academia. the zaiko generation leaders knew there time were coming to an end so they try disrupt younger generation koffi did the same with les marquis. but why did bouro go back to quartier latin i thought he would make his own at the time
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50 #3 on: October 30, 2013, 01:23

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Because Koffi called him to rejoin Q.L., while he was waiting for a message from others.

Wemba was a very bad guy when he was on top. He did killed many bands and ruined lifes of families by making the moms pregment,etc.
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archos #4 on: October 30, 2013, 01:38

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That's three times now the name of wemba is in a story of group split and stuff like that
he took jb under his wing,boom not so long after wenge split,then bouro like same says,then more recently in one of meje30 concerts while she was still with tshala muana he said some suspects things,he said meje was a leader and stuff like that,less than a year after meje goes
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NEWSIDE96 #5 on: October 30, 2013, 01:43

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its the zaiko generation apart from kester the latter are responsible for splits of grougps but another problem off-shot groups don't survive for long example (langa langa stars, zaiko familia, academia and les marquis) i dont know if it is a curse for those groups to advance but sam had a point on the video they should have stayed 7/8 members of the groups instead 14/15. bouro also after all that went to ql what a poor desicion. Mr.archos this will be great time for you to article on the split of academia in detail i guess you know a lot grand pretre
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SLY PAPA NA KEVIN #6 on: October 30, 2013, 12:01

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If you look at most succeesful musicians from Congo these days, most of them have links to Papa Wemba, he's not directly involved in causing break ups of bands but he probably gives honest and sound business advice that it's better to be a solo artist or have a band with fewer leaders than being a band with 6 leaders and the leaders always bickering as they fight for power. These days it's just illogical to be a group act especially with the current scenario where musicians cannot even tour due to the so called combattants who are up against them. It's best to be a solo artist and put food on your table and have change to do other businesses, JB Mpiana, Werrason, Ferre Gola and Fally Ipupa are shining examples.
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archos #7 on: October 31, 2013, 15:17

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After success of their first album sanction,the seven leaders sam tshintu,modogo,mboshi lipasa,somono dolce,paty bass,bouro mpela and lebou kabuya plan to have a couple of concerts in kinshasa to make their force even stronger as they know even if you start in europe you have to come back to kinshasa to get more recognition
their first return is like could be expected a success,then it gives some of the leaders like somono who is the official founder of the group idea to hire new musicians and act like kinshasa-based groups,with dancers,several singers,back-up guitarists and so on
their second spell in kinshasa marks the departure of bouro mpela who is influenced by papa wemba to become a solo artist and by koffi olomide who with a lot of money convinces bouro to join him again and causing pain to academia boys who were calling him "kisimbi"(can be translate as devil in english)
the rivalry between koffi and academia was very fierce as could be heard in albums like attentat and sanction,and koffi getting bouro was an attempt to destroy them
lebou kabuya is also contacted then but refuses to betray his friends
meanwhile,two former high profil quartier latin members suzuki luzubu and beniko zangilu popolipo had joined the group,and musicians like eric menté,pitshou mpinimoké who becomes pitshou concorde,tshétshé de bal,tonton lay and so on are recruited
the group is now like a kinshasa one  with over 15 members
they record album viagra but in the same time sam tshintu who was chosen as group president and his fellow administrators somono and lebou kabuya started having leadership conflicts as they all wanted to show their authority to new group members
nevertheless,album viagra is releaed and the group starts touring,but tension between sam tshintu who was basically against having a larger band,and somono,lebou kabuya who were seeing sam really establish as a dominant group president with a closer eye on group's finances and recruitement,suspsions and so on
their friends outside from the group instead of helping them solving their issues encourage each of them saying to them "you are the true leader of the group"
the three leaders talk to each other less and less and in november 2001 lebou kabuya leaves but maintains good relationship with their producer,french rap label secteur a whereas sam tshintu now as his sight on kinshasa with other producers ready to collaborate with the group
paty bass follows lebou in his project and their record volte face with support of secteur a whereas sam mboshi,modogo and the remaining academia members  go through a tough time as the group is refused visas as all congolese groups are suspected of human traffic
somono also leave few times after and sam remains as the big leader with modogo and mboshi his administrators
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BR #8 on: May 30, 2020, 21:35

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The best offshoot group from mid 1995 to date followed closely by Ferre, Mulopwe, Bill, Mamiche etc group of 2003 les marquis

Matebu #9 on: May 31, 2020, 01:09

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The best offshoot group from mid 1995 to date followed closely by Ferre, Mulopwe, Bill, Mamiche etc group of 2003 les marquis

I’m curious - How do you guys find these insignificant threads from 7 years and comment like it’s an active thread?

BienMat23 #10 on: May 31, 2020, 01:10

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Probably from the search bar maybe if there’s a particular topic that someone is interested in or wants info on that was discussed a while ago

Franco Pepe Kalle #11 on: May 31, 2020, 02:32

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Papa Wemba must have done something very bad to Sam Tshintu in my thinking for Sam to accuse Papa Wemba of dislocation. I blame Sam because he let his ego get the best of him.

Mfumu Vata #12 on: May 31, 2020, 12:03

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Why bringing a 7 years old topic back ? Makambu esi eleka kala.

Manzambi94 #13 on: May 31, 2020, 16:28

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Guys you must understand that except the core base of Congovibes the people who post read or comment everyday there are a plethora of people who come to the forum the first time and usually they search the big names to make an idea about the post. Even if the topic is 10 year old if a newbie is interested is our job to make him feel welcome and guiding him for understanding more Congolese music

Congolitude #14 on: June 01, 2020, 00:21

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Guys you must understand that except the core base of Congovibes the people who post read or comment everyday there are a plethora of people who come to the forum the first time and usually they search the big names to make an idea about the post. Even if the topic is 10 year old if a newbie is interested is our job to make him feel welcome and guiding him for understanding more Congolese music
Very true