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Matebu leave our friend bebe Jitrois kiekie,

you say koffi keeps a young fresh and but does he use them? If so who are these guys haha and these colleagues you're referring to jb and fally especially fally right?

 and I'm so happy to see my guy asso back I just pray he's used in the next album otherwise I'll riot

I'm also glad a certain someone wasn't there at the repetition......

Kiekie, yeah I couldn't name 90% of this crew if my life depended on it. And point, he rarely uses most of them outside local concerts, but at least he has those guys on call (or texto like he infamously likes to do :D ) , if needed.

Mama Candy was probably waiting up stairs  ;D ;D

 ;D ;D ;D

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Congolese Music / Re: Scans of albums booklet
« on: June 13, 2018, 11:56 »
I think if we want to post booklets we should post them on a platform like Google Drive and post the link directly here

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Had he not become a brother in Christ? or Christian musician ?

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Congolese Music / Re: A VERY Flexible Baby Ndombe.......
« on: June 12, 2018, 22:34 »
the context has to be explained to understand well why it became so viral lol werra had prepared a talk already knowing he had chances of winning and in that talk there was "lets promote peace" and he said instead" lets promote hate" two times because of emotion or for most people because he looked stressed of talking in french in front of such a big audience so he got confused

Yeah you're very right bro

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Congolese Music / Re: A VERY Flexible Baby Ndombe.......
« on: June 12, 2018, 22:33 »
I cannot refrain from laughing when I hear "cultivons la haine"  ;D ;D ;D ;D
wh

what does that mean?

"cultivate hatred" means "to promote hatred", the opposite of "fostering peace"

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Congolese Music / Re: DEPLICK GOT MARRIED
« on: June 12, 2018, 22:24 »
I think that apart from Deplick there is also Fally, which has also been going on for a long time with his wife Nana

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Congolese Music / Re: DEPLICK GOT MARRIED
« on: June 12, 2018, 22:23 »
Congratulations to Deplick and his wife

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100% agree with you @Matebu and @CMPrince but I find that in this double album no song is to jump (except perhaps Willy Mputu) while in Pentagone some sounds can be easily jump (Djodjo Ngonda, Etepe-Buengo ...).

In my opinion, Les Anges Adorables could even be ranked second after Kin E Bougé (Wenge's album with the best recording quality).

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Congolese Music / Re: A VERY Flexible Baby Ndombe.......
« on: June 11, 2018, 19:50 »
I cannot refrain from laughing when I hear "cultivons la haine"  ;D ;D ;D ;D

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The album is not bad, it's just that Congolese are not used to listening to this type of sound.

First clip made by Fally (entirely in Kinshasa), the clip is not bad but it is true that the first clips of Tokooos were much better realized (Kiname, Eloko Oyo, Bad Boy, Na Lingui Yé, Mannequin). World albums do not have as many clips in general, but I think Fally did a lot of it (10 out of 18 tracks) and it helped a lot to promote the album. It would be really good if a last clip of the album was published (Esengo, Belle-fille or Champ) before the launch of the album rumba.

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You criticize Libre Parcours because the album had a very weak promotion but if the promotion had been realized at 100% none would criticize this album in this way.

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I will lie if I said that there are no good songs in Cursus but as I said before, the rumbas of Libre Parcours are much more serious. It is clear that Cursus was directed by young people while Libre Parcours was made by people much more professional than the entourage of Fabregas.

Among the songs you mentioned, which you call "traditional rumba", which of these songs is better than "Echantillon", "Formol", "Fin du monde", "Poisson d'avril", "Obligation du jour" ou "Cavalier". Even the weakest rumbas on this album are still better than Cursus songs.

In all respects, Fally is superior to Fabregas let's be realistic. The only one of this generation that can compete with Fally is Ferré. Musically with what work did Fabregas mark our generation apart from Ya Mado? None. What rumba of Fabregas represents him in our generation? None. I like the music of Fabregas but Fally is too far for him. Droit Chemin is the flagship album of our generation, Arsenal de Belles Mélodies a masterpiece. Will Fabregas make an album as well work as Power that is weaker than Droit Chemin and Arsenal de Belles Mélodies? Tokooos that you think of weak, except Fally in our generation none is able to realize an album of this caliber.

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Fabregas says a lot of truths but he likes to argue a lot. It is true that Cursus has been well worked and has very beautiful clips but Libre Parcours is artistically superior to Cursus. The rumbas of Libre Parcours are much better worked, the lyrics are much better and the compositions are too strong compared to Cursus. Which Cursus songs are better than "Formol", "Poisson d'Avril", "Fin du monde", "Echantillon" ...? Libre Parcours #2 is the best generique of the last 10 years.

In this generation, he is perhaps the most productive with almost an album every year but he does not produce the best songs. Which Fabregas album is better than Droit chemin or Qui est derrière toi ? None. For my part, I even find that Retirada is far better than any Fabregas album.

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