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Alain and Bouro, the way their careers turned out is a huge disappointment and it's far from what we expected from them they seemed to have it all looks, charisma, well dressed, great singers and were the best dancers in clan wenge and clan Latino and their album mortal combat was good man they should have done another album when I see old videos of them I get a bit annoyed because of their waisted opportunity


I actually like ngunzama much more than je ne te calcus pas ahh why wasn't it released was it even recorded

Like whattt how? Because the year before his hair was short as hell like how someone explain

Mbochi and CNN these two are my absolute favourites tenorists that ever did it atalaku wise clear voices, I wish they did a feature in their prime imagine attentat and bercy with these two


« on: April 23, 2018, 10:32 »
Looks like his suspension has been lifted cause I just saw him with jb on jb' snap and jb referring to him as family

« on: April 13, 2018, 17:31 »

People complaining that there's no public rehearsals or enough exposure for the younger dudes well if BCBG create their own YouTube channel and get a proper cameraman to film their repetitions and upload the videos weekly boom I'm sure they'll get more kids out of the group

« on: April 05, 2018, 17:50 »
Ive just been thinking Is there any footage of him in BCBG or him and kibens in the start up team singing before and after concerts?

« on: April 01, 2018, 04:42 »
Anddddddd an April fools to you guys!! I'm sorry if I pissed anyone off (EMO) I just needed to do it LOL I hope I got everyone hahaha God Bless everyone  ;D :D ;D :D

« on: March 19, 2018, 19:48 »

Here's my list of the atalakus I wish had a battle all in their primes
Mboshi vs Tutu
Mboshi vs CNN
Bill vs Gessac
Bill vs Bebe Kero
Tutu vs Celeo
Tutu vs papy cochaine
Brigade vs Bill
Bill vs genta
Roberto vs bivens
Nono vs somono
Tutu vs CNN
Bill vs bercy
CNN vs brigade

Now everybody add your list


Every time they go solo they tend to perform this song with their new group especially in rehearsals  I don't blame them this is a fantastic song I wonder how masela feels since this is his song  ahh i wish they did a clip for this song anyways

This article was published over a year ago and it had interviews with both fally and ferre separately and they were both dissing each other but the question is was it real or not because before the recent polemique they never spoke of each other that way even though some of the stuff they're both saying about themselves sounds like something they would say lol

P: How would you describe yourself?

FG: I am a legend in the making and a captain who leads the new youthful generation of Congolese rumba safely.

 It is true that there are predecessors, but despite this I remain the team leader as far as doing unique rumba with a difference goes.

P: What of Fally Ipupa?

FG: He is a colorless musician. We know of many artists who do music for fame and money as opposed to doing it for passion. This kind of music normally lack longevity.

P: Between the two of you who rules musically?

FG: I am undoubtedly the best young Rumba artist Congo never had. My classic vocals, unique voice, rhythm style and ability to sing nearly all voices of Congolese musicians is a plus.

P: What’s your relationship with Fally?

FG: It’s no secret that I and Fally Ipupa do not cope. We have never been friends. After all we come from different mentors- I from Werrason and him form Koffi Olomide.

P: Given a chance would you work with him?

FG: If he has something valuable and mature to offer then I would consider working with him.  After all, I have received many requests from several artists across the globe who are interested in working with me.

P: How would you describe his music?

FG: I strongly believe that a good artist should be able to know and understand what good and serious music entails, and that is where originality, creativity, presentation and longevity comes in.

 It’s unfortunate that a number of popular musicians are known to churn out songs that are wanting, however, it is normally short lived.



P: If you were in his shoe what would you change?

FG: Fally should strive to sing and I mean sing well as opposed to concentrating on twerking his waist.

P: What makes you different?

FG: The secret lies in my melodies. Unlike my peers I use a lot in my guitar rumba besides trying to modernize my music by  coloring it with R & B, reaching out to larger audience.


P: How would you describe yourself?

FI: I am the most admired Congolese musician with swag and a favourite to many female fans. Truth is, my rivals are still in their musical diapers as far as international fame goes.

P: What of Ferre?

FI: Ferre who? Like I said my rivals will always remain in their position as I am happy to be in front of them.

P: Between the two of you who rules?

FI: By now you are already aware that my music has achieved international recognition including winning many awards. There is no doubt that I became the first youthful Congolese musician to make history as far putting the newer Congo rumba music on the world map.

 Unlike Ferre Gola whose music that is more confined to Congo and some parts of Africa – mine is international- hence I remain ahead of my rivals.

P: What’s your relationship with Ferre?


FI: We have nothing in common apart from artistic platform. I get aggravated when people compare me to him.

P: Given a chance would you work with him?

FI: I would rather skip that question for now. Only time will tell.

P: How would you describe Ferre’s music?

FI: I love and support good music … but that does not mean that I am a fan of Ferre. I am a man of my own.


P: If you were in his shoe what would you change?

FI: I would strive to be more proficient by making sure that my music is well marketed and has a perfect distribution channel that is highly professional.

P: What makes you different?

FI: Unlike most of my peers who do pure rumba I am a versatile musician who specializes in modernized, contemporary rumba fused with various styles hence reaching out to a larger audience across the world


I'm a Blaise Bula fan but it feels like forever waiting for this album I'm also waiting for this song that's being played at 7:38

And also Mejo 30 is gonna be on that song her recording at 2:19
Archos any info on this album when's it being released and is Willy Bula also being featured??

Pentagone - Wenge Musica 4x4 (kind of ridiculous that this is not on anything)
Pleins feux - Wenge 4x4
Titanic - Wenge BCBG (how this is not on anything is beyond ridiculous that's by far the best bcbg album probably the best clan wenge album since after the split)
Internet - JB Mpiana and BCBG (again second best bcbg album)
TH - JB Mpiana
Temoignage vol 2 - Werrason (why they only have vol 1 is sooo strange)
Sanction - Quartier Latin Academia (it's already been uploaded but the quality is terrible most songs are jumpy
Viagra - Academia
Constant - Aimelia Lias
Decompte Finale - Suzuki Luzubu
Boma Nga N'elengi - Koffi Olomide
Apple Music is probably the best place for African music cause Spotify and to an extent Tidal are annoying cause they take down albums sometimes and to think about out of the older generation  Koffi and papa wemba Are the ones that have almost all their albums available
Everyone add your input

« on: February 04, 2018, 22:22 »

Starting from 9:50 in short he says his identity is rumba just like papa wemba ok jazz and madilu system and he does his rumba with his own style and that he brought back the rumba with acoustic guitar the interview then talks about how he came from wenge and koffi olomide like fally who also came from koffi and he quickly politely cuts her off saying that he's from clan wenge not quartier Latin since he only did a year there but he's a wenge 4x4 child since he was with the president jb and werra and when 4x4 split he along with the others created maison mere, he's then asked in order to succeed do musicians have to start with big leaders and he replies not necessarily since there's new artists nowadays that are popping out of nowhere and there are some who have started their career at the moment didn't come from big groups and its just a coincidence  he also mentions how papa wemba is his idol and that no one could sing like him

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