Author Topic: THE OTHER DAY IT WAS THE 21st ANNIVERSARY OF KOFFI’S BERCY  (Read 375 times)

CM PRINCE on: February 21, 2021, 05:43

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Still to this day I’ve yet to see any Bercy concert better than Koffi’s show, the sound was on point, the lighting was on point, and the choreography was very good. Werra, Jb, and Wemba all said that they would correct Koffi’s Bercy but I still don’t think they did.
The Instagram generation really rate this because they usually dance to the sebene from this concert, like the Generique or the Sebene part of Rond Point.

My dad had the pleasure to attend this concert, and he said the sound you hear on tape and cd was even better live. Also the way the crowd were really into it and screaming and singing along made the event more special.

With the Singers Depitcho, Mamale, Eric Tutsi, Fally, Jordan, Jipson, Lola, Mustapha, and JF Ifonge (who was barely on stage). Along with instrumentalists Felly Tyson, Binda Bass, Ridens, Deba, Clovis, Passé Kosse, Champion, and finally the two Atalakus CNN and Ocean.
Shout out to CNN and the late Ocean for their legendary performances, along with Champion and Deba O’Neil and the rest. Along with guests like Roga Roga, Passi, Meiway, Coumba Gawlo, and also the baby Didi Stone Nike who he brought onto the stage.

Even though Olympia was the better show, Bercy was a close second, and for me I give it a 8/10.
Koffi himself posted to celebrate the anniversary, it would’ve been nice if he re released a reedition with never before seen footage, and some backstage footage.







The rehearsal and planning took a year to do, with Koffi presenting some of the new musicians who would be seen at Bercy and was teasing some by asking if they will be at the show, with them laughing and saying they hope so.

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Monsieur Congo #1 on: February 21, 2021, 16:50

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One of the best concerts I’ve seen, that team was just exciting from the start to the finish. Everyone did a good job that day.
R.I.P Ocean

Mfumu Vata #2 on: February 21, 2021, 16:56

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I don't know why, but when I look to the last picture of Ize Bola with the musicians, I always smell the odor of tchoko.

CM PRINCE #3 on: February 21, 2021, 18:17

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I don't know why, but when I look to the last picture of Ize Bola with the musicians, I always smell the odor of tchoko.
I wonder how they all feel when they look back at their old photos/videos and see how much they bleached, especially Fally.

BienMat23 #4 on: February 21, 2021, 21:22

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I don't know why, but when I look to the last picture of Ize Bola with the musicians, I always smell the odor of tchoko.
I wonder how they all feel when they look back at their old photos/videos and see how much they bleached, especially Fally.
I’ve always  thought this too

Congomusiclover001 #5 on: February 23, 2021, 07:09

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With the Singers Depitcho, Mamale, Eric Tutsi, Fally, Jordan, Jipson, Lola, Mustapha, and JF Ifonge (who was barely on stage). Along with instrumentalists Felly Tyson, Binda Bass, Ridens, Deba, Clovis, Passé Kosse, Champion, and finally the two Atalakus CNN and Ocean.

Crazy to imagine that only Fally is the one that made it out of this crew, album after album. Sometimes, if it's not in the stars, it doesn't happen no matter how hard you try.

WMMM ....different story