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« on: September 22, 2018, 14:09 »
:D :D. Aah just watched this interview. Mbuta Likasu can leave you in "stitches".. That imitation of Seguin Mignon. "Te kee keende ti  vi...vieux na yo" . I kept repeating that part. Lol.

« on: September 19, 2018, 07:07 »
;D It's pretty shit the keyboard synthesizer are poorly recorded Ambulance wasted his energy and cries...Heritier needs to step his game up
True. Kept waiting for that "changement de frequence" moment but it never came. Some parts sound like "katafumbwa" but basically no direction. This is very poor from Heritier. If i were him i would not release the clip. Let it die away. Aaah nooo, next page s'il vous plaît.


You think he'll ever release Chemin de Fer to appease his fans or will that be in the vault forever?

he will but he is too much of a idealistic guy,where he is he still thinks that there will be a producer who will splash the cash on him and warrant an intensive promo like in the past,he refuses to accept that he has to do it himself,which is why if you notice well he has started becoming inconsistent on albums release ever since its too much in his own responsability
True. In recent interviews I have heard him say if a producer comes today with money and says release an album he would gladly release even Balle De Matche without hesitation.

Thanks @ Maitre Archos. I was just starting to watch this interview when i noticed that you had already transcribed it. So Pathy Moleso is the one who played that guitar in Esau? I could be wrong but he is the only Congolese guitarist i have seen who is left handed. And i like his honesty. Most people would not admit to things that he has admitted to.

Congolese Music / Re: Mbuta Likasu is so funny
« on: September 12, 2018, 15:32 »
Aaah Mbuta Likasu. ;D ;D ;D

Congolese Music / Re: FERRE BLEACHING?
« on: September 12, 2018, 07:16 »
Its the camera lighting effect as @Congolitude has put it.

The short dreadlocks makes him look funny. I prefer the longer ones like on the qqjd album cover.

Seems i missed the release of this clip from Contre Maitre. That boy (Joel?) who sings at 4:50 minutes if you not watching the clip you would think that's Cafe Roum's voice.

Congolese Music / Re: Archive; Making Off Mpunda
« on: September 11, 2018, 07:45 »
Wapi Zakoko? He just disappeared off the public eye after leaving BCBG.

Congolese Music / Re: Anya Star explaining why she left Maison Mere
« on: September 10, 2018, 10:46 »
of course,in a lot of groups leaders themselves send them to donors on mission and if you refuse you can lose your status of favorite,be erased from trip lists and things like that unless outside the leader/dancer relationship the leader also sees you like a bit of a little sister
the plan is that either its a donor they already know well and the donor liked the dancer and asked for her  so leaders kinda force them when they are reluctant,or when they hear there is somebody new who is mentioned for example ted tenday,they'll send the dancer to contact the guy and seduce him and when it works out they'll share the money 90 per cent for the boss 10 per cent for the dancer

In short, some of these leaders are actually "PIMPS" disguised as musicians. I know that money is never enough but don't these leaders already make enough moneys from concerts, mabanga, album sales and their own private businesses etc. Mawa trop.


but he knows how to showcase talent and if that much guys became stars in maison mere its also because werra is a limited singer so they could shine a lot more than if their leader was a very very good singer but you'll see that in groups  where the leader is very very good as singer its harder to become big stars the way some of them became next to werra

This logic makes sense. This is a group were even on live concerts the leader comes on stage 30 minutes after the musicians would have done the curtain raising and possibly even made a name for themselves.

Congolese Music / Re: KIRIKOU'S NEW RHUMBA?
« on: September 01, 2018, 21:33 »
That chic has a bright future behind.

There we go again ... Just like i said it last ...the cherie na nga  shit is really getting my nerves ...not impressed at all.
Makes the two us. I thought the guitar arrangement is okayish after two minutes but the lyrical content is not what would be expected of someone who has crowned himself as "Le Roi" .

And the end is always not good for these self serving leaders. Another example is Nicolae Ceausescu, led Romanians with an iron fist but when the time came he was assasinated in on live TV by the same people who used to sing praises of him.

Congolese Music / Re: FERRE & JETSET LIVE SUNDAY 26/8/18
« on: August 29, 2018, 10:11 »
That acrobatic stunt starting @ 40 minutes by that solo dancer (whats the name again Prof or Ouagadougo) is dangerous if not done well. Ferre was right to be worried "Prof naboyi nakota prison, kita. Naboyi ooo Ferre aliaki ye". Lol... I know a certain dancer in Zambia who got seriously injured and even stopped the dancing.

Well put Heritier. Especially the part were he says leaders always want to feel like their musicians owe them forgetting that even they leaders owe it to their musicians for how successful they become. Music is like football its about teamwork, the manager can not make it without talented and skillful players in the same way that talented players also can not do without the guidance of their manager. I only hope he doesn't become exactly what he is against now when his solo career becomes more successful.

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