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@archos

Celeo Scram was one of the few that were kind to Aimelia, but I suppose those two could relate since Werra gave them a hard time in WMMM

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Does anyone have the mp3 version of the album? I will pay money to download the album

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Did people not like Kester because he was too honest? It seemed like either people ignored him (Papa Wemba & Werrason) or people went out of their way to take him down (Koffi Olomide).

I always found it odd that he could never enjoy any lasting allies, but Felix Wazewka did and he has a similar personality.

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@archos

Was Goldberg not good enough or the Roi David hype was too big?

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Why are Etats Unis and Zaparo beefing?

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Congolese Music / Re: BRIGADE VS APOCALYPSE
« on: November 25, 2019, 18:06 »
How come that guy in Mbanza Lemba never got popular? He created the animations and style, what does he get in return for giving those away to Brigade and Apocalypse?

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Congolese Music / Re: Formidable - Courageux
« on: November 23, 2019, 00:41 »
And people had the nerves to challange me when I said Werrason was finished Lmfao

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He should stick to mabangas and proverbs cause he is a faux chanteur

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Congolese Music / Re: Picture of Wenge BCBG at Bataclan (1998)
« on: November 21, 2019, 03:00 »
@mvulusi96

In your opinion, why do you think he has avoided giving interviews all these years? I hope the members of Wenge Musica living in Europe still pay their friend a visit from time to time, they've made too much history to let a friendship go to waste.

The polemic between Wenge BCBG and Masion Mere is long over, so I'm sure anything he says about that period won't cause those New Jack-gangsters to give him a hard time (a lot of them are older men with families themselves).

I don't think Werrason would have liked any violence to come to former friends, that's something Koffi would do lol

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Congolese Music / Re: Picture of Wenge BCBG at Bataclan (1998)
« on: November 20, 2019, 23:30 »
Was Robert Ekokota forced out from Wenge BCBG or did he leave on his own? His silence could be holding a grudge about the reasons he left music altogether; people forget that it was spiritual things that were effecting him especially during the European tour of 1998 when Titianc was being recorded. You could see that he wasn't the charismatic guy that fans were used to seeing in interviews and concerts.





There's a folkloric introduction to the generique of Titanic that is similar to that in Pentagone, both of which are credited to Robert Ekokota. But Tutu Caludji likely sang all the cries, despite not being known for creating animations.


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Tripason La Correctuer made a horrible mistake remaining in Europe because the choruses on Sponsor and Signature had the best harmonies of all the albums Cultura has released.



Did Felix take his band to Europe to record Sponsor or was in recorded mainly in Kinshasa because a lot of the singers in the video below didn't participate in Signature.




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I see no problem with what Koffi has said, because Fally has NOT defended his title as number one guy.

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I'm very sorry about your friend, he was very talented and so young! Mawa trop! :(

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Is there a former dancer that isn't washed up lmao

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Congolese Music / Re: Is it true that Petit Reagan died today ?
« on: November 06, 2019, 19:31 »
@mvulusi96

So it was after he got left behind that the problem with drugs started?

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