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Congolese Music / Re: LOL, KOFFI THE PROLIFIC SELF-PROMOTER
« on: January 14, 2018, 13:16 »
i think that he will come back in Paris or Brussels

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Congolese Music / Re: OH GOOOD THIS IS GETTING VERY SERIOUS
« on: January 12, 2018, 21:03 »
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and with somebody who knows werra's wife way longer than himself i fear some really embarassing stuff will be said if it continues

Is it really true that Baby Ndombe went out with Werrason's wife, Sylvie Mampata ?

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Congolese Music / Re: Hello
« on: January 12, 2018, 20:32 »
Welcome to you bro

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Congolese Music / HERITIER WATANABE - MAGASTAR (Clip officiel)
« on: January 10, 2018, 21:54 »


Heritier has a huge potential, in Congolese music no first solo album has had such beautiful clips. All the clips in the album are of high quality and very successful (apart Toure ya Gaga) ! Personally, in the 5th generation, musically speaking, I class Heritier after Fally and Ferré

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MUSICIANS VOTE

SONG

In general a great song but ruined by the bad mixing who mined the success of the song who could been successful as the number 2 if it was for the bad mixing

Very good job bro  ;). It is true that this generic is less well mixed than the other two but the audio quality of the clip is bad bad bad and it does not help the sound, it is better to listen it on Deezer, Spotify ...

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@Matebu @CMPrince @Manzambi94 rest in peace, let the land of our ancestors be light to him and may God welcome him to his paradise

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quadra looked a bit like esobe in this video :D :D :D :D
very true  ;D ;D ;D ;D, Koffi reminds me the era of Droit de veto

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just a quick question to grand pretre Manzambi94 ,How Old are you  Sir ?
Hey thanks man :) I am 23 and this year I will turn 24.
that's why you put 94 in your pseudo

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Thank you so much Grand Pretre @Archos.

I think the idea of ​​bringing out an administrator's album between a group album was a good idea. This would have allowed them to have more money, more success and bring us, the music lovers, more music.

Werrason was aware of the success JB could achieve with his first solo album "Feux de l'amour". Papa Wemba defends himself for having caused the split, but that's exactly what he did, he was aware of the tensions due to the leadership between JB and Werra and the fact that Koffi supports Werra made a sort of duel "JB and Wemba "against" Werrason and Koffi ". JB took the big head by being named president of the group.

JB and Wenge BCBG really wanted to hurt Werrason at all costs, he was aware of how Werra was suffering from this separation but they did not try to fix the situation.

Today the trend has changed, Werrason is the most popular artist in the Congo with Fally and JB is practically worth nothing and all those who followed JB have no success and are virtually no longer part of the musical landscape

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Good job on the analysis, and I do miss Le Petit but the album hasn't come out yet so let's see what the new soloist has to offer. And Paolo Standard is the animator who did the antilock animation and the bassist is Wallo.
I do not want to disappoint you, if I remember correctly I think that in an interview in Europe "the little one" announced to be no longer part of the group of Fally

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I also take the opportunity to ask @Archos if he would agree to post the biography of Koffi Olomide, he is very intriguing

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@Matebu it was also my favorite Koffi - era, you're right, there was a good chance that Koffi would have finished in the same way as Carlyto, Nyboma, Debaba ...

Koffi's problem is that unfortunately he did not keep the same singing techniques he had in the 80s and 90s.
When we compare V12 and Effrakata (I choose these albums because they are these two best solo albums during the 1990s for V12 and 2000s for Effrakata), there are masterpieces in both albums but in six years (1995- 2001) Koffi completely changed his singing style and that's where the Tcha-Tcho era came to an end and thus caused in part the artistic decline of the so-called "Rambo"

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@mvulusi 96 during the 80s and 90s, I think Koffi was a very humble person. He was doing things simply without wanting to be the best but just producing good music. You only have to see during this interview at 13:35 when the journalist asks her "it will be the best album of the year 1992" (speaking of "Koweit", Rive Gauche) and he answers that "He does not make music for glory but for the happiness of people, it is not the glory to be better than this or that".
The competitive period with Wenge Musica pushes her to excel herself to provide us good music but the controversies and conflicts have reached her too much and made him lose this humble and serious character that he was from "Attentat" ( when he was in conflict with Papa Wemba, Nyoka Longo ...). He still continued to produce quality albums (Effrakata, Affaire d'Etat et Monde Arabe) but he was not involved in the same way and followed his artistic decline despite the success was still there.

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If Koffi had stayed that way for the rest of his career, he could have become the best Congolese artist of all time, I regret very much that time when Koffi knew the music and the music knew him

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