Author Topic: WHO WAS THE ENGLISH SPEAKING GUY AT STUDIO M'EKO IN THE LATE 90'S?  (Read 182 times)

Matebu on: September 12, 2017, 22:29

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I know it's a really specific question, but it seemed lots of groups got him on their albums to speak. He sounds Nigerian. The trend started with JB's No Comment Schengen - "BCBG 4by4 is the best of the world... alright... okay".

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^ lol, that white girl was one of the chicks that was passed around various groups.


haha, Kester really appealed to what chégues and people of Kinshasa wanted upon his grand return with near 20 minute sebene songs for album Mboka Mboka. Even for me it was a little too long sometimes. Love the raw, live sound.

My favorite of the album, the remix to Dandy. Auguy Lutula plays with such smoothness on solo. Fantastic
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archos #1 on: September 12, 2017, 22:50

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Bcbg 4X4  is done by alain mpela,i believe that's the owner of studio meko louis onema "americain"

Matebu #2 on: September 12, 2017, 22:54

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Bcbg 4X4  is done by alain mpela,i believe that's the owner of studio meko louis onema "americain"

Ah, alright. In Mifune he thanks Louis Onema when he finished, which threw me off