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Messages - Mwana Nsalu

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Lol the music in the background is killing me lol

I really find it hard to understand why Koffi does that anyway, it's been happening since time immemorial. His workers are professionals and music isn't like some strict religion where sometimes people cannot marry. Koffi needs to give freedom to his dancers, if they want men, they should have them, it's not for him to dictate when and who they should marry or sleep with.

LOL sounds like he treats his dancers like his concubines rather than just employees.

Fally is a brand, and he's simply being loyal to those that buy and follow his brand. Come on guys, you ever heard of somebody complaing about why all Audi's look the same... its a brand thing.


Def sounds like cadenas. I still look forward to hearing the rest of the album

Yea that song sounds a lot like limosuine lol

this will be good

« on: April 11, 2017, 14:03 »
Haha Koffi gets imitated a lot.

Haha indeed. I don't know if he inadvertently does this, but he's an easy banter source

He even reposted it to his page... Back it the day when people did imitations in front of him or on tv you could sense him getting a bit offended  :D

well because usually those imitations involve people verbally making fun lol. this is just dancing so i can see why he supports it. it doesn't make him look bad and its fun

This is dope. Which one his is son? Seems there are two rappers on this song. I would love to hear more stuff like this in lingala.

Congolese Music / Re: Fally's new song Eloko Oyo
« on: April 10, 2017, 23:13 »
gave it a few more spins. i get what he's doing with this. being hell bent on global success i feel he made this song to be palatable to a wide audience. the repetition/call response, the simple dance moves, etc) respect for finally keeping it 100% congolese in the process (despite adding a modified 'dab' to the dance moves) rather than pull a sweet life or worse chaise electrique move. i feel him on this one. my initial assessment of 'underwhelming' still stands because i was expecting something different/more but this track has grown on me.

finally getting a chance to watch the rest. i am definitely impressed. i wish ibrator all the best. hoping he doesn't dwell on the past or let journalist draw him into always harping on leaving fabregas. just concentrate on the music and he will be fine.

I fastforwarded just to hear the girl song and i concur she is exceptional! between her and heritiers girl and sara solo i really hope this means we will be hearing more feminine voices in congolese music. not just as solo artist (or a replacement of a whole group *ehem* cindy) but also within the context of groups. the mix between male and female voices is sorely lacking in congolese music in general IMO

Congolese Music / Re: Fally's new song Eloko Oyo
« on: April 08, 2017, 19:53 »
I don't think he did a bad thing releasing this product. As far as I know Congolese music does not stops with rumbas and sebenes.  This is great way of showing how our beautiful cultur is and I believe he did it well. I said bravo to the artist. as long as they are koffi, jb, werra, fally or ferre.everything they will present will be well received by their fans bases.
Let's enjoy this luketo music.  Diversity ain't a bad thing

I agree with your general point but the song lacks a little something. Its not horrible to me though. I would let it play in the context of an album but i dont really find myself wanting to revisit this song. I guess when artists take years between albums etc the fans expect a lot.

off topic
I see a lot of ppl criticizing fally for doing hashtag challenges for his songs but thats just another marketing strategy. i dont see the issue

Congolese Music / Re: Fally's new song Eloko Oyo
« on: April 07, 2017, 23:45 »
i don't hate it but this is definitely underwhelming.

kitoko 8)

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