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I for one have misgivings for a rumba track which is less than 5 minutes.

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And Ibrator says we can now call him "Ibrator Mpiana,". Is it because Adada is now with KoffiCentral?

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What surprised me most is that he hit hard with literally no emotions whatsoever almost like saying well you started this now let's see how far you can get with me. "Fanny Tantine aza fan nangai, alingaka mingi nzembo wana, Vita Imana...." And that mimicking of Koko Diazombo's voice by Marchouse. Priceless! Lol.

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The sad part is that the youths who are paid chump change to show off their mokonzi's mansions and insult a rival boss themselves live in squalor.

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Congolese Music / Re: SUNDA BASS AND HIS NEW GROUP
« on: November 07, 2017, 13:06 »
They should have found a different guy to sing Chai Ngenge's vocal in Liberez ata balobaki oyo eza remix.

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Congolese Music / Re: KOFFI REVEALS HE HAS SOLD ST JAMES HALL
« on: November 05, 2017, 16:27 »
Will the combatants allow him to perform at Stade de France?

Immediately I saw those photos of Fally and Werra also with Koffi, I knew that someone was gonna capitalise and attack Ferre. Now the question is if Fally is this big star of his generation why should he keep on talking about a "non entity" in Ferre. Clearly Koffi has again missed the chance of being the uniting factor and the elder one. Ferre is giving them headaches that's why, they never miss a chance of attacking.

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Congolese Music / THIS TRACK WAS LIT
« on: October 30, 2017, 13:05 »
Les Marquis Maison Mere -Diata Locataire. It was a real miracle album. But like always egos spoilt what would have easily been another successful group.


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How is the relationship between Masela and Werra also Adolphe and Werra? Because from my observation Masela and especially Adolphe seems to be really close to JB than Werra. From that interview that Masela did with Zorro Mabiala he could not hide his feelings against Werra when he said, Simon the producer had suggested to the group that Werra be dismissed because of mishandling orchestra monies, but it was he Masela who defended Werra. He said he felt betrayed by Werra when he started sending young guys to insult him when he personally defended Werra when the whole 4*4 hierarchy was against him.

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Someone do a documentary about Koffi already! Too much drama. LOL

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Congolese Music / Re: FALLY IPUPA LIVE IN LUSAKA
« on: October 25, 2017, 09:46 »
I have seen comments like "public ezolala". Which is true to some extent. For most of the time the "crowd" was seated. Fally made a mistake of playing music that a few people know in Zambia. People know him from hits like "hustler, droit chemin, Original et cetera" but to their dissapointment he was sampling songs from his tokoos album which very few people present at this show knew about. I dont know whether its his strategy of selling this "world music" idea to fans but it clearly  didnt work.... But if you ask the ladies that were present at the concert, they will tell you that "chali lila" or "kitoko" and we all know why. ;D ;D

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Fally's press conference upon arrival in Zambia for independence concert.

https://m.facebook.com/story.php?story_fbid=10154991288456220&id=111431441219

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Congolese Music / WATANABE VIDEO - BRUSQUEMENT
« on: October 20, 2017, 12:19 »
"... brusquement oboyi nga Nicole"


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Congolese Music / Re: ONE OF MY FAVOURITE CONCERTS
« on: October 17, 2017, 20:04 »
True. I could see Papa Cherie enjoyed sharing the stage with her. Great rumba concert.

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Congolese Music / ONE OF MY FAVOURITE CONCERTS
« on: October 17, 2017, 14:31 »
The highlight of this concert is when that Gilliane Mupemba chick sings Guy mbuala with Papa Cherie. Then near the end she is asked to throw some mabanga. I can understand why BCBG is being bashed left, right and centre for going in "sleep mode" album-wise for how long now? Six years!?

 

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Congolese Music / Re: Are we biased
« on: October 17, 2017, 11:54 »
Talking about documentary films here is one for Mzee Papa Wemba.




Back to the topic, i remember watching one documentary were Grande Maitre Franco was asked whether he agrees that congolese rumba music is superior to other music genres worldwide and his answer was in the affirmative. He went  on to justify his answer by saying its not easy to compose a song of 8 plus minutes while keeping the harmony in the song and all the music instruments remaining audible relevant.  I concur with Grande Maitre.

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