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Matebu on: April 17, 2018, 22:19

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The song and album of 1993, then late in the year Noblesse Oblige came out. RIP to one of best songwriter and guitarist ever. My mother used to play this album all the time.

One the most beautiful sounding songs I’ve ever heard. Carlyto & Pembe Cherole (I believe her daughter is a famous Instagrammer/NWE)

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The compositions and sebenes were wonderful.

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archos #1 on: April 17, 2018, 22:26

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a classic of weddings back then haha i remember it was getting us guys of the 20 30's pissed because we wanted  empire or wenge to dance boma liwanza :D :D :D and now the more i grow the more i love those songs,this one and fatimata for example
no pembe cherole the girlfriend of youtuber jaymax is from madagascar i guess its him who gave him that nickname i was thinking the same lol
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mvulusi96 #2 on: April 18, 2018, 00:38

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an excellent album 10/10, maybe to excellent because Mayaula's next album Bikini didn't really fill the exceptions.  Who played keyboard in this album ? The keyboard player did an excellent job.

Rest in Peace Mayaula Mayoni aka Don Padrino "Ousmane Bakayoko". Who lost alot legends.

Matebu #3 on: April 18, 2018, 01:55

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Who played keyboard in this album ? The keyboard player did an excellent job.



Ernest Mvouama. He also played keys on Carlyto's first and only secular album, Bana Ok albums  of the early 90's, Meiway, and lots of Brazza artists

BrazzaBoy #4 on: April 18, 2018, 19:22

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This is one of those songs my parents played as a kid ALLLLLL the time and as I got older I didnt know the name of it or who sang it and couldnt even ask my parents anything about it because I had no idea where it came from. So glad I stumbled upon it 5-10 years ago. That melody woulda just been stuck in my head forever.

Matebu #5 on: April 18, 2018, 19:47

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This is one of those songs my parents played as a kid ALLLLLL the time and as I got older I didnt know the name of it or who sang it and couldnt even ask my parents anything about it because I had no idea where it came from. So glad I stumbled upon it 5-10 years ago. That melody woulda just been stuck in my head forever.

Yes, indeed. Used to nake my elders emotional, now I really understand why. This song and Carlyto’s “Makolo ya Massiya” are songs that move people to tears.