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Messages - Cavalier Solitaire

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Lol. This guy has nice jokes, how can he confidently say "he is the best singer of his generation". 

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Congolese Music / Re: CHAI INTERVIEW
« on: April 12, 2019, 13:43 »
This is sad. He looks like he is crying and yet he is not. What i don't even understand is, why would a guy want to bleach their skin?

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these type of images have started to scare me, a couple of those so called analysis and bad intention questions to maison mere  guys could easily give birth to more months of polemic.
You mean the Moto na Tembe and Moto Pamba images? Lol

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@Maitre Archos i hope this is the last bientot or "Balle De Match to suki" we are getting from Mokonzi ya ba Wenge and his crew. ;D ;D

https://www.facebook.com/Heritierwatanabe29/videos/384585045728166/?t=31

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Congolese Music / Re: FERRE GOLA NA DRUMMMM
« on: April 10, 2019, 07:11 »
Which concert is this were Grand Mopao asked him to play the drums
at minute 2:47? I like Titina's dance when ferre was on the drums.
https://drive.google.com/file/d/1f17tWCnp8SF33LQ-iN9rKxhO8ROB7roU/view?usp=sharing

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From Didier Ndenga now this. This is really sad. The picture that comes of him is that when he presents the Disc D'or to Werrason at the double Zenith concert of 2002. 

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Congolese Music / Re: RIP LUTUMBA SIMARO
« on: March 30, 2019, 09:29 »
The Baobab has fallen. Rest in Peace Papa Lutumba. Aah Liwa! Mawa mingi.


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Congolese Music / Re: Ferre's concert at Chez Ntemba
« on: March 28, 2019, 06:36 »
Jesus de Nuance.

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What's the name of the other Fally atalaku not in this video, the short one?

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I have recently been watching these old interviews for Zacle and Mopao but can't seem to find out why they reached this point. Anyone in the know, what is the Origin of their conflict. I hope it's not makambu ya mwasi :D.




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That's not true. In Congolese Music, women are the strongest fanbase. Many legends made it in their career because of girls, Papa Wemba, Tabu Ley, Franco, Koffi Olomide, Nyoka Longo, Lita Bembo, the list is long. Also those of the 5th generation Fally Ipupa, JDT, Ferre Gola, Heritier Wantanabe... Girls bring important donors to the artists, they can be send on mission to eliminate rivals which happened to many of the 3th generation, bring money to those artists (most Congolese musicians are like gigolo, even bandleaders), etc. You will notice that if a Congolese singer start a solo career, try always to come close to "Les Grandes Dames de Paris, Bruxelles & Londres". 

Koffi Olomide, Papa Wemba, Lita Bembo & Nyoka Longo often said that the bigesst nkisi in Congolese music is girls. If you have them, than you can go very far in your career.

One of the reasons that Wenge EL Paris had alot of difficulties, is because they hadn't girls in their fanbase. While Wenge 4x4 had alot.
Ya Mvulusi I think you are right. I can tell you that in as much as I am a Ferre fan, Fally has an edge over him and its due to what you have highlighted here, "women" are the biggest fans of Fally outside of the Francophone countries. Even here in Zambia, mention Fally coming and you will notice how how many ladies will be busy tagging each other about going to the show, and as a husband or boyfriend you have no choice but to take her to Fally's concert or some other guy will take her for you. :D :D. I know a certain guy whose wife is a big Fally fan such that whenever Fally comes in the country the husband has to be literally dragged to go and look for where the band is lodging so that the wife can take pictures with Mopiwi and if she's lucky even Fally himself. :D.

But the downside with having too many female fans especially from non lingala and non French speaking countries is that not all your music will be known. Because ladies only like one or two songs from a dozen songs of an album.

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Congolese Music / Re: THE BIG BOYS WILL BE IN MY TOWN
« on: March 23, 2019, 07:19 »
He is coming but I doubt I will b there to see kibense....
Bro let's just enjoy the music and stop stressing over things that we have no control over. :D :D.

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Congolese Music / Re: DID ANYBODY WATCH THIS FALLY INTERVIEW?
« on: March 22, 2019, 08:41 »
is it the one where he rotates on himself of the seat with an angry face when asked about jb until the presenter switches to another question?
She was clearly irritated by him turning around in his chair but diplomatically told him at 21 minutes that "sikoyo ozobaluka baluka boye eza pona nini?...oyebi ba téléspectateur mosusu bazomona yango mabe". Is this the "attitude" he is been talking about?

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Congolese Music / Re: Koffi Olomide is free
« on: March 19, 2019, 16:51 »
The old man is relaxed not acquitted .. I still feel like something fishy is beyond that decision. To me it looks just like a way to get to come to europe then get arrested . he just needs to be careful when going there
That's true he was just got a suspended sentence, (something that I've never heard of) not acquitted in the court or have charges dropped.
Suspended Sentence is normally used for less serious cases, or where the judge deems the offender as someone who doesn't pose much of a danger to the public. So instead of sending the offender to prison you give them conditional freedom. Sometimes it's even part of a plea bargain by the defense lawyers for their client to get off with a lighter sentence while admitting being guilty for lesser charges. Messi, Cristiano Ronaldo and Jose Mourinho have all walked away with suspended sentence with fines as part of the guilty plea bargain for Tax Evasion in Spain.

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Waiting anxiously.

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