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Thank you so much ndeko for this story. About Wazekwa, I dont know what to say. He is a real leader and a good person with a great heart...

Very good concert, good quality and very well mixed

« on: May 14, 2019, 11:45 »

Congolese Music / Re: SOUKOUS MUSIC _ ALBUMS
« on: May 08, 2019, 11:17 »
Anyone have Boma nga n'elengi of Koffi with Skol Longitima, Si si silivi remix with Ferré ?

Yes ndeko na biso, we are interested for your involment in the organisation of wazekwa's olympia and ferre's europe tour

Congolese Music / Re: Jb Mpiana / Vital K
« on: May 06, 2019, 19:47 »
The good thing is how calm jb and co remained,if they got excited and started for example throwing money at them(which is clearly what the guys of the crowd wanted) it would turn into " see,jb came to lutumba funeral to show off"

Ferré usually made good generiques however those of QQJD and Dérangement were not at the height of : Qui est derrière toi, Lubukulukumu, Boite Noire, Maditabambi...

Congolese Music / Re: Some Advice to Fally Ipupa...
« on: May 04, 2019, 14:53 »
@Wenge1995 I am very very agree with because Control has good song but it lacks good arrangement. Some songs were badly worked or were was good but does not have a good quality (like World, Soucis, Aime-moi, Code d'amour).

Exemple : Maria PM and Humanisme could have been better. In the CD version of Maria PM, Fally down the volume of the part where the solo guitar plays but he left it in the clip. In Humanisme he did the same when that's what people wanted to hear the most.

Fally does not have good studio advisors with him since he has his own studio...

I think its Wazekwa's solo album

Wenge should not have separated...

Why he was in exil ?

Because back in 1990 he sung a song against Mobutu called Trop c'est Trop. The song made the governement ban from then all Tabu Ley-songs and albums in Zaire.

Then when he was a Paris, some Mobutu-supporters said that they had beautifel picture for him (a picture of a killed  person cut into pieces) and that Mobutu said that he would do that to him if he would return. It scared him alot and he didn't even want to watch to the picture. Then in 1993 he released the album Exil-Ley which had some songs against Mobutu's regime. The song "Le Glas a Sonne" became very famous when he returned in 1997. In the time that he was living in Paris (1990-1993) before going to the United States, he made alot of interviews against Mobutu's regime.

That exil kind of killed his career and his fame. People say that its because Franco's death that Tabu Ley lost his fame, but they forgot that he was in exil some months after his death and that all his albums were forbidden in Kinshasa.

People said that Koffi Olomide, Werrason, J.B. Mpiana, Fally Ipupa, etc. had to sing against Joseph Kabila, but they forgot that nobody support supported Tabu Ley when he was in exil and he wasn't even rewarded by L.D. Kabila's regime for having fought against Mobutu's.

Thank you for the story bro

Congolese Music / Re: Koffi Olomide is in Paris
« on: April 25, 2019, 20:50 »
We are waiting for live at Stade de France !!

Congolese Music / Re: Song Credits
« on: April 24, 2019, 22:35 »
I'm not sure, but I think that when an artist is credited with a song, he usually bought this song from a lyricist who sold him either the melody and the lyrics together or only the lyrics ...

For atalakus, I dont know at all

Voyage is one of the greatest classic of Wenge but I think they have reached the peak of their art with Les Anges Adorables vol.1 and 2. Each song of Wenge has its particularity, its difficult to know what is their best song


Happy birthday to him Ingénieur Celebou

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