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Congolese Music / Re: REVIEW- FALLY IPUPA AT THE APOLLO....
« on: July 17, 2019, 16:44 »
Ah Fally. It's good that this review is coming from someone as neutral as @Matebu. I have always said it's one thing to do one or two cross over songs (so called world music) in a rumba album but it's another thing for someone who gained fame for a certain genre to completely abandon it for another. From where am standing, it seems to me that Fally was not interested in releasing a rumba album after Tokoos he was basically forced by the hard core fans that's why he did that Control album but still goes on promoting songs from Tokoos album whenever on tour. So I guess people gotta get used. Sad to read such reviews from someone widely regarded as one of the leaders of his generation. The only thing going for him now is that his direct competitors are not in a position to tour places such as Europe so he has an edge.

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yeah he is releasing in september normally he is just finalising some clips at the moment and some deals about distribution since every of his albums were badly promoted but luckily had one or two hits which self promoted
Ah I can't wait. This one I am doing the countdown. Hope it doesn't disappoint, but the indications so far are promising. I always listen to Silikoti (Mama Leki).

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Congolese Music / NEW STUFF: JDT MULOPWE - ANCIEN DEMON
« on: July 15, 2019, 17:49 »
Some nice rumba from Pa Poppy. I like the way it starts, wish it maintains that temple for a larger part of the song,however, not bad at all, this is actually better than most recent rumba releases me thinks.

@Archos i have been seen some postings about the Imminent release of "Ganga Film" album. Are we finally getting the long awaited album from Ya Jacky?

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Congolese Music / BOURO MPELA
« on: July 12, 2019, 07:13 »
Talks about his upcoming project in Angola with Equaliser. Am i the only one who thinks that Geco told the journalists to interview him at the same so that you have those multiple micro's like in a case were you interviewing a VVIP and waiting for a "Breaking News" from the interviewee. Aaah Geco aza mystic.  ;D

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 The rhythm of the song before the sebene is similar to that of Werrason's "Augustine" song at some point. Who inspired who here?

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Is he now settled in France?

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Congolese Music / Re: FERRE GOLA's recent rep
« on: July 09, 2019, 15:31 »
@JV you are right about the choruses. I like the way they did the chorus for the Pourqoui tu m'a fait ca song "Na mokili tour atour eeeh, lelo ya yo lobi moninga papa, Lelo ya yo lobi ya Blandine Tondila". Good to see that Maty De Gaul, Rhize ya Gola et al have settled back in after their short hiatus from the group.

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It must be hard to be a wife of a star. Lol

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Congolese Music / Re: DID TITINA ALCAPONE SING IN THIS SONG?
« on: July 03, 2019, 11:06 »
Wow. I have been doubting all along, i thought it was someone else but then JB shouts his  name at that minute. Great pure mabanga song. How they even pulled it off is remarkable. Is this also Mulongeshi's concept?

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Congolese Music / DID TITINA ALCAPONE SING IN THIS SONG?
« on: July 03, 2019, 10:14 »
Was that Titina singing on the vocal "Kokende poto ezali synonym ya kokota Mokonzi ya lola te. Kokende poto ezali synonym ya kokoma mondele te?"

(Chipmunk version)

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That includes Fidelite de amour and Le representant? Beautiful rumbas these were.

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Wow. Ibrator seems to have a rich resume as composer. I never knew that he is the one behind Confession Intime and Par amour.

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Lol koffi was furious and later on he made jordan pay for that,you know koffi likes to have two extremes with his musicians,either he jokes with them plays with them hugs them lifts them by the waist   or in some days you wont imagine how guys are scared as hell when he arrives(this is more with the generation of omba,you can hear birds singing when he arrives lol) and he wont hesitate to roast you hard if you upset him in that rehearsal
Yea i remember that he said he was immediately relieved of the Head of Discipline role. ;D ;D But to think that he would even entertain the thought of sending away Mokonzi for late coming, it takes guts on his part.  Do you think that they may have planned the sending away of Mopao with Bouro to "test the waters" on how Mopao would react. Coz he mentions that Bouro is the one who alerted him (Jordan) that Mopao has come.

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No it was true and he was not the only one who did that,baby also tried that in maison mere when they were not talking anymore with werra for years but it did not work  its actually him who ended up sidelined in that rehearsal
Lol. I can imagine Grand Mopao's facial expression when that happened. It also shows the camaraderie that existed between the Boss and his musicians.

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Reminds me of that Ado Yuhe & Jordan Kusa interview were Jordan says as Head of Discipline, he at one time sent away Mopao for coming late for rehearsals. Could it be true or perhaps that was Kusa exaggerating? Lol

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