Author Topic: THE DAY THAT HISTORY WERE MADE.  (Read 565 times)

Manzambi94 on: July 05, 2018, 23:55

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Yes Werra is not at the level of Koffi for many reasons, but this whole dance trend really marked at least two generation of people, it gas inspired so much dances in Africa.

Matebu #1 on: July 06, 2018, 00:00

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The one caveat was that by the time the album came out people were tired of the dance. Should be released a few months earlier.

The clip for Ligne 11 is legendary. One of the best ever

CM PRINCE #2 on: July 06, 2018, 00:50

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This repetition is a classic I remember when it came out my parents were forcing all of us youngers to dance to it and people still do to this day

Yeah ligne II was an incredible clip shame the generique was boring
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Matebu #3 on: July 06, 2018, 04:41

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Cryese posted it on his IG while back and people in the comments liked it, but seemed to not understand what going on. Kinda like when I open my windows in traffic with some sebene playing loud


Ingénieur Paulo #4 on: July 10, 2018, 13:30

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Yes Werra is not at the level of Koffi for many reasons, but this whole dance trend really marked at least two generation of people, it gas inspired so much dances in Africa.
@Manzambi94, could you please tell me who's that guy playing drums at the beginning of the clip? Coz I'm very sure that's not Papy Kakol. And he's very very composed....... I like his playing style, much better than Kakol.

Manzambi94 #5 on: July 10, 2018, 14:10

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Yes Werra is not at the level of Koffi for many reasons, but this whole dance trend really marked at least two generation of people, it gas inspired so much dances in Africa.
@Manzambi94, could you please tell me who's that guy playing drums at the beginning of the clip? Coz I'm very sure that's not Papy Kakol. And he's very very composed....... I like his playing style, much better than Kakol.

It is not him, but I can't say who he is, it seems in his facial like his little brother but I am not sure.

mvulusi96 #6 on: July 10, 2018, 14:17

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Yes Werra is not at the level of Koffi for many reasons, but this whole dance trend really marked at least two generation of people, it gas inspired so much dances in Africa.
@Manzambi94, could you please tell me who's that guy playing drums at the beginning of the clip? Coz I'm very sure that's not Papy Kakol. And he's very very composed....... I like his playing style, much better than Kakol.

It's Kakol little brother Wadadugu, who plays for Ferre now. He was Maison Mere's reserve drummer for years until 2010 or 2011. You can see him in many video's like the concert they played in Matadi (2006) and that at Marche de Liberte in 2007

BR #7 on: July 10, 2018, 19:48

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Nicolas waga always composed when playing drum sets. One of the best in  his generation