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Messages - mvulusi96

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This is a sign that it isn't going well with Congolese music, everybody wants to quit music to become a politician, knowing that they will be paid well. I'm 100% sure they will not serve the Congolese population, but just be corrupt like those who were voted in 2006 & 2011, flirting underaged and young girls, sending kuluna's to beat people who are against them and build/buy villa's. The musicians of Wenge Maison Mere aren't the same anymore (except Nicodem), since that there aren't concerts anymore in Europe. They are all broke, while in the past they were throwing money, driving in expensive cars, stealing girls from other boys, making war with rivals of other bands by buying alot of champagne in the club (Heritier was the master in that back in 2010).

So we will never get the long awaited Arche de Noe, which he announced in 2006 as next solo album, but kept delaying it by releasing Malewa, Ingeta, 7 Jours de la Semaine as foretaste. 1 year ago Yanki Mpuy said that they will invite former Maison Mere-members of the dreamteam-era to record with them Arche de Noe.

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Wow so now i understand partly why manda loves to say in some interviews "there are guys of wenge who lied about their date of birth and year of birth" :D :D
by the way this is going to be  the elections involving the most ever people in music if they are accept as candidates
 you have mosaka who was put on bolonia's party to boost campaign(which in the deep secret is almost a common party with jb but jb stays in the shadow),didier lacoste,fiston bokala bononge aka lobeso,bolonia also tried to get his friend genta(same age and former classmates) but genta declined
i also heard jean goubald is starting to have strong desire to enter the race(he is already a natural politician anyway if you watch his interviews)
there is also adolphe

lol adolphe wanted to beat Manda Chante for that kiekiekiekie.

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Both JB & Fally-fans and cleboa want to create polemique by claiming that Fally wanted to say JB with Mbwa-Tatu.

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I never heard it. what songs would y'all suggest to me, to listen to?

All songs. The album had only 5 songs beside the two generiques

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Nzambe Aza Malamu,  Le Kallman de Soyo, Likambo, Motuka, Malewa Suite en Fin Automatique

Thats volume 2

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Is this the same G7 Des As or Ferres G7 .The G7 i know was there before Ferre left WMMM

It was Ferre’s G7. G7 Des As was a band based in Brazzaville, who was active since the late 90’s.

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I hated that hall “Le Marnignan” there are many places in Brussels where you can perform, I don’t understanding why bandleaders and tour-promoters were liking it. It’s to small.

I regret that Ferre didin’t took the maximum out of his band (Chikito, Charly Solo, Nicodeme, etc.). You can feel that they had to potential to be the next dream-team of DR Congo. It would have been nice if he recorded a bandalbum after Qui Est Derrière Toi or Boite Noire. It would have take his band to the next level himself also.

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I was more in Clan Wengé, Nouvelle Ecriture and Quartier Latin. I started to find Zaiko’s music to old, not innovating and music of “ba tata mibimba” like my friends. Baza ko rond point kaka hahahaha.

I forgot to mention, I liked also Cele Mbonda’s song and the sebene of Monica Bussiness Women (because of papy cocaïne),  the rest of Poison was for me muehh.


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no its real,in the early days the buzz and polemique overshadowed album except bm which was released before,but i can guarantee you especially in kin half that album at least has become automatic on bars nightclubs and co playlists
its not a success like a storm obviously  like in early 2000"q but still  went pretty good in the long run its like some people discovered album months later and though wait a minute that album was actually good
so it maintained and even increased the demand he had for concerts

Fair enough.

I Still think Herritier does himself a lot of injustice by engaging in useless polemic with Werrason & Maison Mere. Fere & Fally caught all the important attention because their debut albums were quite good and fans only focused on that. From that point onward it was somewhat easier for them because they got an almost immediate acceptance & the fanbase was looking forward to their subsequent releases & concerts. There is a level of acceptance that once you gain is not easy to lose unless you completely slacken up like Tata Dominguez did.

Retirada could be good but in all honesty it lacked that big bang effect. It's more of a squandered opportunity. We didn't see any major concerts like Ferre's Bandal. All we remember with the retirada is the beef with Werrason.

When an album picks up 2 years after release, to me there's no difference to when I bumped into group Djolino's Impact or Manda Chante's Je suis in the sense that the window of opportunity is somewhat closed.

Watta should go ahead and release another album but this time give all his attention to promoting his music than beefing with others. Fabro's first release wasn't such a big hit but he still found a formula and his career has gained traction.

Aboutaleb Heritier having big crowded concerts his because of the economie situation of DR Congo on this moment and people are more focused on politics since 2016. Congolese bandleiders have difficulties to perform in front of big crowds in Kinshasa since 2013-14, while those beer-concerts of Skol & Primus are for free.

Nobody excepted something of Fabregas. People didn’t take him serious when he started his solo career until he signed with Koffi-Central. Heritier’s situation is different, people excepted much from him and there was alot pressure on his shoulders, don’t forget that people talk abouts Heritier’s album since 2007-08 with Heritier also talking to much. His concert at Romeo Golf, made people also except from his Atalaku-departement (Kunzardo & Brandon Avatar). With them being dissapointed with the generique and saying that Heritier doesn’t have a mabanga-voice.



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no its real,in the early days the buzz and polemique overshadowed album except bm which was released before,but i can guarantee you especially in kin half that album at least has become automatic on bars nightclubs and co playlists
its not a success like a storm obviously  like in early 2000"q but still  went pretty good in the long run its like some people discovered album months later and though wait a minute that album was actually good
so it maintained and even increased the demand he had for concerts

Yeah, I wanted to same thing. Things went wrong because of those sextapes with Julie Kitima and another girl (i dordet her name, she half lebanese) “Gogane je suis mort” and many other scandals, also those polemics against Werrason & Fally (in the underground) and the live ADT Yanki Mpuy madeclaiming that Heritier is gay (naming Daddy Kimberly and that he have pictures). This all overshadowed the album in the first year. People critized for more not focusing on the promotion of his album and only putting energy in attacking Fally & Werrason and those making buzz. In 2016 and the first half of 2017 everybody was mocking Heritier for “je met mon main a coupé, soki retirada esimbi te, bokata nga loboko” and Sankara then recording a video with Juvenal who went viral.






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What I regret from G5 is that they didn't had two or three bands having succes, or a collective of 4 singers (Soleil, Lacoste, Fally and Baby Ndombe for example) teaming up together to record an album, like Les Quatro and many others did. Back in 2007 when the G5-revolution really started, I tought that they would change many things in the Congolese-music scene, but they have done not something special and they made it worser than it was.






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I noticed that people are now paying attention to Retirada, while in the first months, people were saying 'will not listen to him because he talks to much' or  listen to Sankara and the maison mere-camp who were doing everything to let the album fail and Maison Mere spokemen everytime saying 'album ya petit wana esimbi', etc.

Some people are against Heritier's decision of releasing his next album this year, while Retirada will soon become 2 years old. I see him already taking Ferre place over, like Koffi took Emeneya place over and started competiting against Wemba.

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when i heard this song, which by the way was written by journalist naty lokole,i thought he could become one of the longterm outsiders to fally and ferre he sounded promising

The first time I heard that song was when he came for an interview with Jacky Ndala singing it along with Jean Goubald during the time that he was suspended for 3 months. People found it strange that he was already singing his next song, while Koffi was preparing Sol Mineur (which was an maxi-single meant to present les mineurs de ql,who never came) & his solo album B.E.K.. This all made people speculating about Soleil preparing a solo album and not long after he left QL, calling is album then 'Open Day' before changing it in 'Apres Toi'.


I excepted more from Soleil. I thought that he would fight for that 3th place of G5 with Didier Lacoste behind Fally & Ferre. His album was in 2009 one of the most awaited albums along with Qui est Derrier Toi & Arsenal des Belles Melodies.

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Laziness is the problem with this guy...banda akoma na poto, akendaka lisusu congo te

no, in 2010 he went back for some concerts in Kinshasa and he performed at Grand Hotel.

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