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Congolese Music / NEW STUFF: JDT MULOPWE - ANCIEN DEMON
« on: July 15, 2019, 17:49 »
Some nice rumba from Pa Poppy. I like the way it starts, wish it maintains that temple for a larger part of the song,however, not bad at all, this is actually better than most recent rumba releases me thinks.

@Archos i have been seen some postings about the Imminent release of "Ganga Film" album. Are we finally getting the long awaited album from Ya Jacky?

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Congolese Music / BOURO MPELA
« on: July 12, 2019, 07:13 »
Talks about his upcoming project in Angola with Equaliser. Am i the only one who thinks that Geco told the journalists to interview him at the same so that you have those multiple micro's like in a case were you interviewing a VVIP and waiting for a "Breaking News" from the interviewee. Aaah Geco aza mystic.  ;D

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Congolese Music / DID TITINA ALCAPONE SING IN THIS SONG?
« on: July 03, 2019, 10:14 »
Was that Titina singing on the vocal "Kokende poto ezali synonym ya kokota Mokonzi ya lola te. Kokende poto ezali synonym ya kokoma mondele te?"

(Chipmunk version)

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Too much drama, these guys are funny when they fall out with their leaders.
They say they have expelled brigade from the group. They also say it was not his orchestra but it was an "orchestra accompagnement". They go on to shout praises at Heritier Watanabe. The mbonda player Palola (sp) also says he never used to travel because the boss bought alcohol from the money meant for him to get a passport.   


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Vasco Mabiala and Rice Matadien are suggesting that Vibration and Djanny Pacha have left or are about to leave Ferre's group. If this is true then its sad. I personally saw Djanny as a rising star within Jetset but these musicians have small hearts and are very unstable. By the way in the same interview Vasco says Ferre's people want him back as SG but he is not interested in going back (Me thinks he is trying to blow his own trumpet here lol).






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Congolese Music / WHO IS "MASTER?"
« on: May 31, 2019, 15:06 »
Like the little title says, the reference in "master" is used in what context when Congolese musicians use it to refer to fellow artist? I always thought master is a colleague but i hear sometimes the two words used together. For instance Bebe Ndombe refers to Lacoste as master in this interview but at the same time says colleague na ngai na ndenge ya mosala.



By the way i laughed starting at 28 minutes when he talks about the beef between him and Lacoste, he says Lacoste thinks that Ferre is the one who tells Baby to be at loggerheads with Lacoste and yet even when Lacoste's mother past away, Ferre was not willing to go for the wake but that its because of him (Baby) who convinced Ferre to attend since that it would not look nice if he stayed away. He also says they sat down the three of them (Ferre, Baby and Lacoste) to talk like men about their differences and that when Lacoste was asked why  he had been going hard on Ferre. Lacoste said ( Baby in Lacoste's voice) "Oh te master, il faut ocompredre ke, yo oza na success, il faut na critique yo" (No master, it is necessary for you to understand that you are successful so i have to criticize you).

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Congolese Music / WHO IS THE REAL DOC JEFF NDJADI LETETA?
« on: May 07, 2019, 15:04 »
This thread on LA-MAMA got me laughing.




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Just wanted to find out from  y'all how you feel about this generique almost two years since the day of its release. Personally i have come to like it with the passage of time and i have recently found myself playing it repeatedly. Though the solo guitar starting at minute 01:22 sounds like that from the Coin tii Coin primus generique albeit with some variation. Its not exactly a fire generique but i feel could have done better with a bit more promotion than it got. Lol, Didnt know Chef Mabuma Bass can also dance that good starting at 04:04 minutes. Overall i rate it at 6.5/10.
 




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@Maitre Archos i hope this is the last bientot or "Balle De Match to suki" we are getting from Mokonzi ya ba Wenge and his crew. ;D ;D

https://www.facebook.com/Heritierwatanabe29/videos/384585045728166/?t=31

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I have recently been watching these old interviews for Zacle and Mopao but can't seem to find out why they reached this point. Anyone in the know, what is the Origin of their conflict. I hope it's not makambu ya mwasi :D.




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Congolese Music / ADJANI CHANTE KOFFI
« on: March 18, 2019, 07:11 »
Nice to see him looking good than the previous years when his life was sliding dangerously downwards. Libala has definitely worked out in his favour.

Has he and his wife settled in Poto?


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Congolese Music / THE BIG BOYS WILL BE IN MY TOWN
« on: March 08, 2019, 12:43 »
@Archos Please confirm how true this is because I need to plan well well for the coming of Marshall Mukulu. ;D



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Congolese Music / BILL CLINTON INTERVIEW WITH NATY LOKOLE
« on: February 19, 2019, 14:09 »
In summary: He is asked the now all too familiar question of why no former BCBG member has had a succesful career as compared to WMMM in answer he says the problem is that at BCBG everything starts and ends with the leader, so if the leader relaxes everyone relaxes while in Maison Mere its not like that, even when the Leader is in relax mode them musicians would be seriously working. He goes on to say the secret to remaining relevant is being organised the way Ferre, Fally and Himself are organised musically and also outside music.

He goes on to appreciate the young animators coming through nowadays particularly the one who did animation in Deplick's song Kabongo and Cedar Capo. Further regrets that the same guy is no longer with Deplick's orchestra. He is asked the secret to staying long in one group for an atalaku, he says the problem with atalakus nowadays is that they are in a hurry to reach Bill's level but what they need to ask themselves is whether their leader has the capacity to take them to that level in a short period of time.

 Naty Lokole tells him that ever since He left Maison Mere the level of animation has dropped and if he would consider going back to help out. In answer he says he cant go back in Maison Mere because now he has his own group of about 30 artists. But that if invited by Werra to do something a feature or so, he wouldnt hesitate becoz Werra is his Old Man.

He goes on to praise atalakus who came before him such as Vieux Nono, Djuna Mumbafu, Roberto Ekokota, Tutu Callugi. He is also asked about Celio Scram and his contribution to memorable cries, he says Celio has some good cries as well. He is asked about which cries from QL he appreciates in answer he says mostly in QL they have a habit of stealing cries and rush off to the studio to record ;D ;D, they dont originate. He says they copied the "ndombolo crie". But he goes on to appreciate animators such as Somono Dolce and Mboshi.


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Balobi ke, kufa nsoni komona pasi.

Behind Marchouse in blue pantalo starting at 10 minutes.


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Some interesting images.

But he has gotten me confused. He is saying he is the last born in a family of 9 but also says on his mother side he is the 3rd born of 5 brothers?


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