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Yes they are played at parties. But it flopped very hard the time it came out. Don't forget that it was released at same period with Alerte Generale & 7eme Lecon. I remember journalists asking to Koffi why those generics were not wel received compared to the rumba's who were a huge succes. With Koffi reacting irrtated that generics are not important and giving an example that Jean Goubald's album Bombe Automique don't have a generic. Also saying that if you are in bed with your wife, that you would not listen to generics (imitating the voice of those atalaku's), but to songs like Aliya, Eputsha & Aubergine.

Danger de Mort flopped, but the generic did it better than Héros National and l'Autre La. It was along Insecticide and Pharmacien the only tracks who did it well. I don't understand why Koffi decided to release the videoclips of Danger de Mort. Because it boosted Fally & Ferre's succes even more and it brought more and more to the ground. Insecticide was like a preview of Sens Interdite. I remember people calling Pharmacien the 13th song of Droit Chemin.


Was this generique recorded in Kinshasa or Paris ? I remember the press reporting that Koffi was reworking the generic of Danger de Mort, in the last days of their tour in Europe. Because he wasn't happy with the original generic and he didn't want the generic flop like those of Monde Arabe. But the crazy thing is that you can hear Brigade & Mukusa Ya Mbwa animating in that generic, while they were left behind in Kinshasa.

« on: December 12, 2017, 08:15 »
bozali ba jaloux kiekiekiekiekie.

 Koyimbo-Ko & Kisanola were my favorite dances of Maison Mere. Quartier Latin's kisanola version was a little bit annoying. The way Apocalyps was animating it "aaaah kisanolo. aaah kisanoleee, aaah kisanolo". Apoca's way of doing animation was very diffent compared to when he was with Manda Chante. Also Brigade when he rejoined Quartier Latin after spending some time in Maison Mere. They both started to bow down while doing animation, ading "haaaa" part and at sometime over using it. What influenced them to animate to that way ? Or had they the same "parolier" ? 

« on: December 11, 2017, 07:16 »
I think that it's the wrong video

Congolese Music / Re: Before Aliane Olomide we had Stephanie
« on: December 10, 2017, 10:11 »
Yes she participated on Danger de Mort. But not on Tuer de Lion that was somebody else.

The crazy thing is that Koffi Olomide sung on Desormais of Abacadabra that he was against Polygamie and himself bragging about it in interviews during that time.

Congolese Music / Re: LACOSTE STARTED VERY WELL...
« on: December 10, 2017, 10:04 »
The song Inspiration is from the Mouna-album of Wenge Tonya Tonya in 2002. I guess that Werrason decided to take Diego, because he came from Wenge Tonya Tonya and also for his voice, which close to that of Celeo.

C'est par la, la solution was the most awaited album of 2007. His song Medicament of Sous Sol was hitting the top charts at that moment. I remember that Roi David was supposed to do the animation on that album. But those Werra-fans and Zoulous attacked him, when he was on the way to the Marcadet-studio. People were very dissapointed when they heard that album. I remember Sankara mocking him of using Djonolo's song, saying that Djonolo was very angry against him and that Lacoste was stupid to say Bisou ya 2007, while they are in 2008.

 All those "fans" and mabanga people left Lacoste alone when that album flopped. But he came very strong back in 2010 with Kingongolo "Tir Au But" dominating Kinshasa at the moment that people were waiting for Techno Malewa vol. 2 & Soyons Serieux. Didier Lacoste was susspossed to perform at Zenith de Paris at year with Reddy Amisi, but the concert got cancelled. The whole band was rewarded at the Ndule Awards. Blaise Createur was voted as beat atalaku of the year.

Congolese Music / Re: Before Aliane Olomide we had Stephanie
« on: December 10, 2017, 06:39 »
Koffi is a real player. In the same noblesse oblige album he also dedicate miss des miss to aliane

In that era Aliane was not Koffi's official wife. Stephanie (Godee) was then Koffi's official wife. Koffi Olomide and Quartier Latin-members were always praising here in vocals or interview as "Maman na Rocky". Werrason gave her a shoot-out in Ntima-Mbote song from the Kibuisa Mpimpa-album. They divorced around 2002 or 2001. From then Koffi Olomide started to praise Aliane alot in Affaire d'Etat as "Lettre A" and since Monde Arabe she was always getting songs from Koffi. Pomme Verte, Aliya, Grand Pretre Mere, 12eme Dan, Patronne and Alidor. She also posed with him on the album-cover of SWI "Chocolate Chaud", but you could not see her face. Before that Koffi only praised here in Miss des Miss and gave her some shootouts in Attetat as "Aliol" and posed him on the Album-cover of Atttenat were you could only see her hands. From 2001 she was always present in big events of him. Some told me that Koffi always want her to be present in his big events. Because his ex'wife Stephanie was tired of staying at home during big events and waiting monhts/weeks for if he was touring. Which was apparently one of the things which led to their divorce.

Koffi Olomide had also another girlfriend in that era called Manou "petite panthere noire". She dedicated two songs for her Wake Up and Manou from Loi.

« on: December 10, 2017, 06:15 »
hahahah bouro killed me with the story the way kerozene was dressed when he came for the test to join quartier latinand the way modogo challegend Sam to fight with Sam reacting "yo oyebi nga" hahahahaa. Something which I didn't  expect from Modogo, because he's very chill. Wow Babia was very desperate to not be selected for that Ultimatum-tour. In another interview 4 years ago Bouro said then that Babia wanted to attack him with a broken beer-bottle.

After watching all those interviews of ex'Academia members the last 10 years , I think that Bouro is the one only who's telling the truth about that story of recruiting more musicians. Because the others were also claiming that they were against that idea and were then pointing fingers to eachother, but they never mentioned Bouro's name in that idea. It was always Sam or Somono fault. I think that Bouro Mpela was on the right way in his career, but he made a big mistake to rejoin Quartier Latin in 2006 as Ferre's replacer. While they had to promote Mortel Combat with his brother Alain Mpela. I remember how angry Bouro's parents were against Koffi and Bouro and that they cursed him. Because it was a big treason from Bouro's part.

There is no split band in Congo who survived longer than 2 years. They always split because of leadership-issues. While bands like Zaiko Langa Langa & Wenge Musica 4x4 survived longer because they weren't known in the beginning and were because of that looking a way to break trough on the Congolese music-scene with those leadership-issue coming 10 years later, when they were known and when they had the potential to competing personally with big names of Congo.

Congolese Music / Re: R.I.P. Forum Member Mwana Nsalu
« on: December 06, 2017, 18:23 »
Rest In Peace  :'( :'( :'( :'(

Look how Zwa Connexxion 'aka' Didier Dilu is mocking Koffi Olomide

Congolese Music / Before Aliane Olomide we had Stephanie
« on: December 06, 2017, 17:34 »

Koffi Olomide dedicated many songs to her.

Werrason, JB Mpiana and Papa Wemba all said that they would correct Koffi's Bercy. But nobody corrected Koffi's Bercy in my opinion after looking the videotapes of the 4 Bercy's. I'm happy that I didn't buy the volume 2 video of Werrason's Bercy. Everything was boring, except the medley part. I don't understand why they released all those parts in one video.

I remember Zacharie Bababaswe and many other journalists criticizing Koffi Olomide for not promoting the culture of our tribes.  I guess that it gave Werrason the idea to promote the culture of the Pende-tribe. JB Mpiana followed also that path by letting his singers and female-dancers dance to folklore before his entrace. Papa Wemba did the same thing by promoting the Tetela-culture.

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