Show Posts

This section allows you to view all posts made by this member. Note that you can only see posts made in areas you currently have access to.


Messages - Matebu

Pages: [1] 2 3 ... 93
1
Their charisma will take them far

lol, the rudeness in the comments.


These are the type of ignorant folks who refuse to listen to a song because their artist is polemic

2
Congolese Music / Re: F VICTEAM - TO DONDWA
« on: Today at 21:23 »
Fally has really become a Mobutu revivalist :D

3
Congolese Music / Re: F VICTEAM - TO DONDWA
« on: Today at 21:18 »
It's the Afro-trap style that's taking over. I gotta say I like it; a track for clubs and parties

When the acoustic quality is verygood I don't mind it, just like Werra's Lokoso and DJ are good

4
It's turning out to be a great summer 2017 for music



5
Congolese Music / Re: ITS OUT!!!!!!!
« on: Today at 06:12 »
Damn, Werra said don't call me faux chanteur ever again with Ali Mayimona. Rhumba propre with Sarah solo killing it!

The generiques deliver and Kelvis Nkoyi is an old school sebene song Werra was famous for

6
Congolese Music / Re: ITS OUT!!!!!!!
« on: Today at 05:58 »
Just started listening; first impressions is that acoustic quality is really good for the world songs and there’s lots of variety. Not meant to be a traditional format album

I think Werra is the now tenant du titre of “Mr. International”, in a good way

7
Viva and Langa Langa Stars fans should know the impact Gloria had in those bands


With the participation of Simolo and Boss Matuta

Stino still drinking from the fountain of youth  :D

8
Might be a generational difference; you kind of had to have been there to understand the true impact. I didn't mention Titanic because it'd be sacrilege to compare it to the group albums afterwards.

I don't think any single album gave a artist more momentum than what Titanic did for JB, especially with the emotional song if the year 1998, Omba. It put the then establishment on high alert, as he was immediately pulling crowd numbers that took other artists years to achieve.

Internet was considered a masterpiece at the time, an instant classic even, playing at every restaurant and bar from its mid year release to the winter holidays when Effrakata came out

9
In the Ivory Coast none of the artists there will work with Monsoh because of his reputation, so he can only sign young Congolese artists

He dropped Djino like a rock when he landed Héritier cauYeshe didn't have what he views as marketable looks

Manzambi, Abraham is a very good singer. Just listen @3:28


I tend to forget about this album. Ah my favorite song from SS along with Mbua and Engobo
Soyons Sérieux To me is the best group album BCBG has ever made you have 4 good atalakus Genta,Ben Laden, Pajo  and Cellulaire (RIP) Very good singers and good songs, go listen to the sevenpart of Loniatara wow that thing makes me cry knowing how Cellulaire wasted his talent, and them what about Biloko mmm anyway the real reason why Monsoh left Djino is because he didn'twant to aaccept the game's rules.

Better than Internet?

I remember SS being harshly criticized on the old forum and blogs, particularly with Mpunda, which was neutered because of the censorship committee. JB took his sweet time in between when the dance was first introduced at concerts and the album release.

In addition to Lonitara, I thought Télécommande was a fire sebene. Not many talked about that song for some reason. It took lots time for people to calm down and appreciate the album.
If a million people say that 2+2 is 5 and you are the only guy who says that 2+2 is for, you will be credited as the fool, the same with SS, the fact people didn't find it good doesn't mean anything Mpunda is one of the best Generique ever made evry guy who put a song on the album did his best, Abraham with Code Moral, JDL with the surprising Djiki Djiki, Nono Fudji with Mombamba, Genta with Ezala Zala and so on... Yes it is a better album than Internet, I mean Caludji is a legend but I think that Genta really step up his A game with Generique and Cellulaire too did very few cries like the one in Biloko and on Telecomande  and the other generique after Biloko, the Gassosa one Loboko, and Cellulaire prove everybody he was a legend with the Loniatara Crie where he was just perfect and for the sings, it seemed like to listen a mix of Wenge united, Victoria Eleyson and Zaiko like in Ezala Zala rumba part, or Victoria with Zakoko, or Wenge with  JDL so ye way better THAN Internet

ymmv; that's certainly a different take ndeko


I had disc two playing the other day and another nice number is Sunda Bass' Boulewook, which is smooth as jazz

10
Fally cant grow his hair  no more,  the boy is really  really bald now which is a result of  Too much stress mixed with freaking  hair products . Lol

lol no, not yet. His hair is growing back.. he's trying to pull the short hair, al-Qaeda beard look, which is in vogue.

Some of the ancien combatants of our genre don't make public appearances anymore cause years of  tchoko and texturizer killed their natural appearance


11
In the Ivory Coast none of the artists there will work with Monsoh because of his reputation, so he can only sign young Congolese artists

He dropped Djino like a rock when he landed Héritier cause he didn't have what he views as marketable looks

Manzambi, Abraham is a very good singer. Just listen @3:28


I tend to forget about this album. Ah my favorite song from SS along with Mbua and Engobo
Soyons Sérieux To me is the best group album BCBG has ever made you have 4 good atalakus Genta,Ben Laden, Pajo  and Cellulaire (RIP) Very good singers and good songs, go listen to the sevenpart of Loniatara wow that thing makes me cry knowing how Cellulaire wasted his talent, and them what about Biloko mmm anyway the real reason why Monsoh left Djino is because he didn'twant to aaccept the game's rules.

Better than Internet?

I remember SS being harshly criticized on the old forum and blogs, particularly with Mpunda, which was neutered because of the censorship committee. JB took his sweet time in between when the dance was first introduced at concerts and the album release.

In addition to Lonitara, I thought Télécommande was a fire sebene. Not many talked about that song for some reason. It took lots time for people to calm down and appreciate the album.

12
Quelling the critics who said he was hiding in Chicago


13
Congolese Music / Re: A CULTURA CONCERT WITHOUT WAZEKWA
« on: June 23, 2017, 01:39 »
I wouldn't even go to a concert where Wazekwa was there so what makes you think I'll go to one without him lol.

«Où est le respect ?»  :D

You must've not been watching his concerts. He has the ability to captivate and electrify a crowd as well as his colleagues

14
Congolese Music / Re: CD SHOPs Paris
« on: June 22, 2017, 20:44 »
One of the last man standing online African music stores

http://www.panafricanallstars.com

I bought a few rare DVDs from them and response time and service was great

The Japanese have the most extensive catalogue of Congolese music, but you'd have to translate the site
http://baobab.a.la9.jp/wenge%20MMM.html

15
Who in the hell are negotiating these contracts on behalf of these artists??  If the promoters in these countries are allowing this to happen then they're all shitheads and losing money.  This combattant bullshit ain't new... it's been going on for years now, and there still isn't a solution??? The local police will work for you if you pay them... PAY THEM BITCHES! Hire extra ARMED security!! Hell, the artists themselves should pay for their own bodyguards who'll travel with them! If these artists are to going to these shengen and these other western world countries, then their rider should state that they need adequate security or we're not coming!  These artists need to get serious about performing abroad and hire real managers and not spokespersons who go on TV spewing polemic fuckery.

Let that type of shit happen here in the states and see what happens.

If they were in the states... one call to homeland security and immigration with a date a time and they'd be scared shitless

Seriously though, Fally had piece of mind and fun during his US tour last year because combatants can't do anything here about public events except being arrested for disturbing the peace

Pages: [1] 2 3 ... 93