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Congolese Music / Re: Mapipo Yeyo is in Europe
« on: Today at 01:33 »
He's an atalaku who used to give alot cries to Bercy Muana, Equalizer Boseko, Bill Clinton Kalonji, etc. to name a few. He made also some hits in Kinshasa. He also particpated to Vodacom and won. Many people saw him as the new "Bill Clinton Kalonji"  but he failed to fill all those expectations people had of him. He tried to join Ferre Gola's band as Bercy's most awaited replacer but he left after 1 day lol. Most people know him only because of Elengi Ya Congo's intro.

Congolese Music / Mapipo Yeyo is in Europe
« on: December 09, 2018, 20:22 »

Congolese Music / Re: WOW BENDOSON REALLY?????
« on: December 09, 2018, 14:43 »

They said that his ex'wife Sandra Kalonji died because of him along with the baby.


After listing to many old songs of Viva La Musica and watching some concerts of the 80's, I noticed that some of Titina's breaks were already played in Viva La Musica by Awilo Longomba and Richacha Balengola. Also that break that both Maradona and Titina used to play back in 1990 & 1991 which was later used in the start of Intervention Rapide.


Saying that Ferre asked Vasco to sacrifice two of his children for his album, but Vasco then refusing.

Congolese Music / R.I.P. Sunda Bass
« on: December 08, 2018, 13:17 »

Congolese Music / Is this Vasco Mabiala ?
« on: December 03, 2018, 21:19 »

Congolese Music / Re: Was defao's song stars play a true story?
« on: December 03, 2018, 14:05 »
I also forgot the song of Defao dedicated to Claude Makelele. Who then used often to fight and argue with his ex'girlfriend.

Congolese Music / Re: Was defao's song stars play a true story?
« on: December 03, 2018, 13:56 »
Maybe, I think that Bouya Mayola paid him money to sing about his life. Back in the 60 & 70's donors were giving artists money to sing about their life, but from the 80's it started to become rare. With most artists only singing love songs, praise songs or songs advicing about life for their donors. Songs like JB Mpiana - Consolation (2001) and Wenge EL Paris - j'ai vu, j'ai vaincu (2001) are true stories.

Ah okay, each Congolese band had his own speciality. Quartier Latin had strong bassplayers (Rocky Blanchard, Motingia Tunga, Pathy Bass, Clovis Nguma Silawuka and Bind bass), Viva La Musica having big drummers (Richacha Balengola, Awilo Longomba, Maradona, Deo Sfr, Patcho Star, Otis Koyongonda) and Zaiko having great lead-guitarists (Pepe Felly Manuaku, Roxy Tshimpaka, Beniko Popolipo, Mbuta Matima, Petit Poisson, Shiro Vuemba, Baroza Bansimba, Volvo Lukeba and Daniel).

Did Mwana Matebu was a success ? It seems like people were moren focused on Maison Mère,BCBG,Quartier Latin & Nouvelle Écriture.

This album came out in 1994, hence me stating the year was wrong. This was the era of the exodus and birth of Nouvelle Generation

This album wasn’t really a success, it’s focus was the loyal fanbase of Viva. Modogo GFF was the producer and N’goyarto

He just heard the album. It's a good album, but you can hear they didn't took alot of time to record the album. I heard Lidjo Kwempa who just returned after struggling some years in Kinshasa (he was deported after being arrested by the police when he just left Nouvelle Generation) and the then young Christian Lema who then just joined Viva La Musica 'Cour des Grands' and the animation Kekele of Nouvelle Ecriture so it's from 1998. I remember Christian saying that he switched from Viva La Musica to Nouvelle Ecriture in 1999 because of Stino taking his mic away and giving him a hard time when they were rehearshing for their concert at Zenith de Paris. I found it still unfair how Papa Wemba dumped Viva La Musica after all the things they did for him.

« on: December 01, 2018, 21:23 »
Then the myth about Tutu Calugi and Ecole des Calugiste would still continue.
Celeo was a calugiste and he didn't know how to dance. Bill knew how to dance and Werrason knew that Bill could kill that Calugi-myth with those abilities. Bill used also to be Calugi's petit, MM's staff created then a story that he gave Calugi all his cries. Which was a way to minimize Tutu. Before Force d'Intervention Rapide, Bill was animating like his mentor Calugi, but Werrason and his staff coached him to change his voice and with the succes Solola Bien all kids and atalaku's wanted to animate like Bill Clinton. This all killed then the myth of Calugi and Calugi on some point saying that he will stop with animating. With the Maison Mere camp creating the animation "Ya Mavondo azalaka lolendo, kasi Kalonji Didier asukisa ye. Amibenga number One, kasi….." in Terrain Eza Mine. From then all bandleaders wanted atalaku's who knew how to dance and prefering atalaku's who were animating like Bill. I also forgot Celeo took he Calugi's nickname Number One to piss him off. Maison Mere did everything to kill the myth of Titina, Alain Makaba, Tutu Calugi and JB Mpiana by using Ferre Gola to attack JB and Kakol attacking Titina. If they gave Celeo more space then the would see it as a Ekokota-Calugi duo and would the Calugi myth continue. It was just a way to be more superior then Wenge BCBG and to put bury them which also happened.

The thing which made them Celeo not giving alot of space was because he wasn't handsome while in those days to join Wenge you had to be handsome. Celeo has to thank Adolphe Dominguez for everything, because he almost missed the trip to the UK and Werrason dumped him in London, but he followed them in Paris.

Congolese Music / Wait isn't that Sunda Bass in Quartier Latin ?
« on: December 01, 2018, 17:43 »

0:21 min

Congolese Music / Re: TEKA EX WMM MUSICIAN
« on: December 01, 2018, 15:05 »
Teka joined Maison Mere in 2002. He was the guy who was dancing like a robot and sometimes like Michael Jackson. He particpated on Alerte Generale. He left in 2005 after the tour they made in Europe.

from 21:14 min

Congolese Music / Re: WOW BENDOSON REALLY?????
« on: December 01, 2018, 11:35 »
He’s from Kingasani ya Suka (Kimbanseke) then after that he lived in Masina, both areas are in Tshangu. But it seems that he grew up in Kasaï before coming in Kingasani ya Suka.

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