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Haha they were getting it.

« on: October 12, 2019, 07:49 »
Lol I can't find the video where he said he's a man and can't ever go back to La Team Wata after already making his decision.

He praises and indirectly attacks Fally on and off. Guy claims to be a regular member but obviously it's not the case cause he hasn't been punished for consistently talking about visiting Koffi and saying good things about Fally.

Congolese Music / But Na Filet-Mon Ex (Official Video)
« on: October 08, 2019, 22:54 »

She needs to go solo already, or Koffi should just let her do an actual solo album. I feel like Cindy has more to offer.

This guy is a real talented, Congolese songwriters, singers, dancers etc. need to be properly compensated.

14k in cash on him for what? Luckily no one got hurt.

Congolese Music / Re: Coming Soon: Ferré Gola - Black Box
« on: October 03, 2019, 22:16 »
Not really looking forward to it, I'm just waiting for Premier Soin from him. Ferre better post something that dates back to him saying he wanted to do an album like this years ago, because people will say he's copying Fally the "King". I just hope the quality and reception of this album is overall positive.

Wow the disrespect to Robinio, I thought it was actually some unknown animator.

« on: September 29, 2019, 09:24 »
I hope he makes a full and speedy recovery, I wouldn't have known that's Ali Mbonda by looking at him at first. What's the big deal with weed? People act like it's the end of the world. And why is he referring to Werra as his father aren't they the same age?

Congolese Music / Re: PRINCE BABIA “AMOUR VRAI”
« on: September 29, 2019, 09:20 »
I like it, he's a real good singer. Hopefully it works out for him.

yeah sounds quite strange,but the good thing for me it goes to show how sales and views can mean nothing,all those album were listened to by millions of people around the world
Yes they were listened to by millions of people around the world but how much they actually make off of actual music?

I think that its time for Congolese bandleaders to get united to stand up for their rights in DR Congo. That all those radiostations, tv-channels, nigthclubs, restaurants in Kinshasa, Kongo Central, Kivu, Katanga, Kasai, Province Oriental and Bandundu have to pay taxes , that the governement comes with a law that protect artists against piracy and that they arrest all those Chinese, Indian and Libanese people who doing it (selling albums everywhere for $1). If that happens they have just to sell 1 million copies (Congo has more than 83 millions inhabitants) to become multi-millionaires. They have not be forced to make 30 songs, live on matolo and mabanga, having to do black business or touring months long in Europe to survive. Also it will allow artists living in Kisangani, Lubumbashi, Goma, Bukavu, Kananga and Matadi to live well without being known in Kinshasa. If this all don't happen then they will have a big problem in the future. Imagine if the concert-ban stays until 2030 or that World War III comes in Europe, bako suka wapi? They have to fix those problem and stop those stupid wars.

Yes Congolese artists need to start fighting for their rights as artists and that includes band members , they can easily become more wealthy by simply getting money from ads,radio,TV etc. Then they wouldn't have to do have to really doing matolo and mabanga. They also have to strike down all videos and music tof them that's not in their page , because that can easily bring in ad money (videos and songs get up to hundred thousands to 2 million views). But music streaming does bring in something extra. Touring for months does help them bring in more fans and take their music across borders, Justin Bieber had a year long tour a couple years ago If I remember correctly.

Im shocked that some of those numbers are as low as they are, maybe they really did sell them on the black market and piracy really does come into effect. These days people stream music more then they actually buy songs/albums.

« on: September 21, 2019, 22:55 »
I've been playing songs from QQJD recently, this is one of my favorites. Guy Digital's vocal in this song is my favorite by him so far.

Congolese Music / Re: Throwbacks Tracks
« on: September 21, 2019, 22:53 »
Wow I didn't know Biva Ray was in Cultura, I thought he was just in Les Marquis and a session artist who participates in Ferre albums.

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