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Congolese Music / Fally en studio
« on: March 28, 2020, 18:30 »

Can someone narrate what what key messages are being said in that video?........want to know what Fally is saying to Kabuya and also at 19:30 he seems to complaining a lot.

Aside of that the serene is promising

On Friday 28 February 2020, I was booked on a flight from Birmingham to Paris via Air France, departing at 14:45. I had taken a day off and spent all morning preparing for the concert and making sure that everything was in place. At 11 am I called the taxi to take me to the train station where I was meeting with a friend for our train ride to Birmingham Airport. While on our way to the airport, I discovered that I had left me passport in a little travel bag so despite the meticulous preparation, I had done the most stupid thing. Even my friend was amazed that I had such a school boy error but there was no time to cry over it……..I proceeded to the airport and rang my madam, who agreed to leave work, go home, get the passport and bring it to me. Friday was a dreadful day in UK because of storm Jorge. Trains were delayed because of signals and traffic was very bad so I knew that I would miss the flight.

At the airport, I went to the desk, told my story and was advised to ring the airline and arrange a change of plans. I did that and had to pay a fee to change the ticket and was put on the next flight. My missus had gone back home, found the passport and drove to Sandwell and Dudley train station to catch a train to Birmingham International Airport and deliver my passport. Meanwhile, I went into a bar and drowned my sorrows with a few pints of lager while I waited for her to arrive. After, getting the passport, I went to check in and proceeded through airport security and while airside, I went again for another pint as I was an hour early. The flight was called in and proceeded to the gates to board the flight to Paris. On board, there were a few people wearing masks and I though they looked like proper idiots. However, when I got to Paris, I found out that there were many more people wearing masks there than I had seen in UK so fair play to them.

When I got to Paris, I disembarked on terminal 2 and took a train line B to Paris. A friend of mine who had travelled from London rang me to warm me that there were riots and to avoid going through Paris Gare de Lyon because of a fire ( Anyway, I had no intention to go to that train station because my hotel was at Bercy Village, so I was going to take Metro line 14 from Chatelet and get off at Cour Saint-Emilion. The journey proceeded without incident and when I got to Cour Saint-Emilion, I saw a few black people asking for directions to Bercy and a few of them speaking in Lingala. I went to my hotel, took a shower, got dressed and off I went to Accors Arena where the concert was. The walking distance was about 900m from Pullman Hotel and while walking there, I noticed a huge police presence and as I approached the venue, there was a group of Congolese people, mostly men singing a version of JB’s Souverain azali champion and there were burnt cars, motorbikes and debris everywhere. My initial thought was that you wouldn’t do that kind of thing in UK and still maintain your status……NEVER.

As I approached the venue to meet up with my colleagues, there was a ring of steel around the venue with police holding guns and dogs. To go through you had to show the ticket or else not allowed. A lot of people had no tickets and were asking if I had spares and of course I did not have any. Tickets were checked at the gates and we had to walk a distance towards the venue. We arrived at the venue just in time for Fally starting and that was about 8:40pm. The place was packed to the brim and everyone was good natured and clearly enjoying their time there. I would estimate that the number of 20,000 is accurate. The crowd was into it and were singing back and taking part. The sound was amazing, and we could hear everything however, we were on the floor and not in the stands so we could not get to the front, so we had to use the screen to see properly. To be fair I am not a huge fan of Fally and do not really know his songs, but he played the heavily marketed Eloko and Ecole which was abruptly cut short because of time.

The concert finished off with a mind blowing sebene called telephone or something like that. When this sebene started, the whole place erupted into dance, but some people started leaving and that was about 11:30pm. So, in all, Fally played for about 2hrs or so but that seemed like 20 minutes to me, however, everyone seemed to have been satisfied and there were no incidents from people leaving the venue. I met up with other Zimbabweans outside the venue and we had photos taken with our flag and afterwards left to VRP night club in Champs Elysees to continue with our fun. The price to get into the night club was 30 Euros which I thought was absolutely bonkers. We organised ourselves instead and booked a table for 3 and paid 180 Euros for the table and a bottle of JD. We left the club at 7 am but the music was just whack………they were playing Loi and all the old songs from Ivory Coast and old RnB music. I didn’t enjoy it that much but had to force myself to get into it or spend the whole night sulking.

Anyway, my verdict for the concert is that it was a huge success and people supported him despite the detractors and haters trying to ruin it. However, for me on a personal level, it was a partial fail because I travelled that far but didn’t get to see much cause he didn’t play for long. I took some photos of the concert and videos but will not post because they are quite personal, however, there are videos all over the internet for this concert which I am sure many of you have viewed already.

it seems people have not noticed it at all but  i saw that two three weeks after bercy fally has brixton academy,i wonder how it will go with combattants

I thought it was O2 Academy, not Brixton

Congolese Music / Re: I just heard that Mimiche Bass passed away
« on: January 24, 2020, 12:14 »
I was about to post it;mawa trop apparently he was  speaking on the phone with people until 3 in the night and was normal no sign of whatsoever then in the morning neighbours heard the noise of a drill trying surely to open door of his house since it was locked down and later on firefighters came and forced to open the door and already found him collapsed

I am a bit confused here? Wasn't he marred or something? If so, why did he lock himself in and how come the family weren't there?

Congolese Music / Re: I just heard that Mimiche Bass passed away
« on: January 24, 2020, 08:22 »
apparently he suffered a cardiac arrest....

An awful and untimely death........peace to his soul and may God grant him favours in heaven for all the beautiful musical memories at parties, weddings and nights that we had because of his participation in Maison Mere.

« on: January 20, 2020, 08:26 »
He probably got that from Arsene Wenger

I bought my tickets, booked my hotel and air tickets......these neanderthals can't stop me from enjoying the 28th of Feb, an the occassion that is to be 10 days after my birthday!.........France must deal ruthlessly and decisively with these thugs.......send these cowards back to Congo so that they fight for their freedom there.

Enough is more.

Congolese Music / Re: HELLO FRIENDS
« on: October 02, 2019, 16:11 »
Hello ba ndeko na ngai. Just a big up from DJ Sly Papa na Kevin, am alive just extremely busy, good to see you all keeping it going. We are field workers so rarely on the desk these days. Will try by all means to be catching up with y'all. Cheers

One of the realest people out there. Bless up my brother and I hope you are ok.

Congolese Music / Re: AMBULANCE....
« on: September 09, 2019, 10:55 »
This is an old video before he left WMM. He is nolonger with Heritier. Rumour has it that him and Arnake are pushing to go back to WMM.

Is he not the same air head that attempted to sack Heritier from his own group?


I hope so...This man knew how to entertain the crowd and sing. He killed ndombolo with his freestyles in concerts, man was a beast.

If this man had stayed in Congo post 2000, I reckon that Burkina Faso would have toned on his nomadic lifestyle & stayed in Big Stars as the main guitarist. Montana wouldn't have gone to Koffi, Kabose wouldn't have gone to Werra, Theo Mbala wouldn't have gone to Bozi, Makuta, Renato, Lady Mbala, Claude and Padou Machine would not have settled in the UK.......Defao & Big Stars would have given Werrason a run for his money. It's a pity that he left the country just as he was on the cusp of something special & all we can imgine opf is what could have been. He lost his best years in exile and even if he comes back now, I do not believe that he will reach the levels he had pushed himself to around the new millenium.

« on: August 19, 2019, 07:52 »
Very sad sad news.......despite his bad boy reputation, I liked him and his music very much. He contributed a lot to the dance scene more so with the kpangor dance copied by Ferre, Koffi and many others.

RIP Arafat

Congolese Music / Re: Was Bikunda part of Anti-Choc?
« on: April 11, 2019, 08:02 »
Chocolat played for Bozi at the time.....that is him in the video below

The issue of Koffi is not as simplistic as it is being put across. Those that live in Europe must surely know how the laws work in relation to convicted criminals and more so, convicted for serious offences such as Koffi.

So let's deal with the facts

Koffi is now a convicted peadophile with a 2 year sentence on his record. The fact that his sentence was suspended does not equate to acquittal. It only means that he won't face a custodial term (prison) but he remains convicted........Unless Koffi gets his sentence quashed or overturned nothing changes for him if he wins again against the group of feminists appealing his sentence. In fact I think Koffi will win cause at appeals stage, you are not allowed to introduce new evidence but identify errors made in there is a very good chance that Koffi will win the appeal, but his problem is that the win does not absolve him of his crimes for which he is convicted. 

European nations have very strict procedures for dealing with criminals intending to arrive in their jurisdictions. So, I find it very difficult to find circumstances under which Koffi can be allowed in Europe again as a convicted paedophile. If Koffi is a citizen of a European country and that country does not revoke his his citizenship, yes he can come back into Europe. However, his ability to perform near children and movements will be heavily restricted and monitored. In addition, other European countries where he is not a citizen may refuse him entry

Europe hates paedophiles.......murderers and drug pushers get it easy sometimes, but paedophiles no......Koffi is stuffed, there is nothing to celebrate.

Congolese Music / RIP Oliver Mtukudzi
« on: January 23, 2019, 20:54 »
Zimbabwe's most successful and internationally renowned musician Oliver Mtukudzi died on Wednesday after suffering from diabetes, ending a career that spanned four decades and 67 albums.

He was 66.

RIP Samanyanga.

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