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Congolese Music / Re: NEW GAZ MAWETE
« on: May 08, 2021, 12:24 »
This boy's artistic creativity is limited,his songs sound the same.  I liked him when he started ,very talented but he's proved to be limited that's why he's struggling to make it big so choosing polemic to try and make it.

He may be a good singer but not giving respect other musicians will see him go nowhere. He may choose to just say he thought the interview was about him not about Heritier or Innos, dodging questions in that manner just shows he has some complex and that makes some of us continue ignoring these  uknown chaps in Fally's band.

Her services at Maison Mere are no longer needed, the sad part is that Werrason does not want to change, he has no guts and decency to get rid of his staff in a good way, he wants to pit them against one another no wonder they all insult him when they eventually leave.

He so far behind, look at the issues he still goes through...solo career since 2006 smh.
So far behind in what? He's a professional and to be where he is right now is not a joke. Ferre and Fally are Congo's top artists at the moment. Everything going on is strategic for marketing reasons.

Congolese Music / Re: Richard Mukena & doudou copa?
« on: April 26, 2021, 22:10 »
Isnt he on this forum too? Lol

He was but he got banned.
Who was a member here and got banned and for what?

Anastasio created an account here and started posting more than 15 topics a day, no one talked till Matebu posted this:

Hate to be the one to bring this up, but I think we should have the discussion. Would it be possible for us to come to a gentleman’s agreement on the max number of new threads created by one member a day?

It’s getting to a point where I’m loosing track of active threads with dialogue each time I log on (yes I know about the watch thread feature, but it shouldn’t be necessary to use).

I’m thinking 5 a day per members; would like to hear your thoughts

Let’s keep this thread respectful of others

Then bencuri said this to him:

Now Bencuri said to me on my e-mail that everybody posted 5 topics but not more because of...

Now i agreed his reaction.

This rule was actually created exclusively for you, because you are the one who is postig ten or more new topics per day, that is flooding the forum and taking space from others. But don't take it as an assault, you didn't notice this, it's fine, if you feel like you would like to write, just write, but you have to respect others as well. Follow the guidelines I sent you in private message, and it will be just fine. It is a new situation, we have to manage it somehow.

He did not stop so he was banned
;D ;D ;D Ok i didn't realise,i think it's the time i was busy in Zambia. So who was this guy Richard or Doudou?

Jesus, totally drunk  ;D ;D ;D

From 4.45 that sounds like Wenge BCBG stuff ''kabola bilengi ya papa cheri.''

Sly a point, but it got out of proportion, we have been told that Congolese Musicians are well educated, Koffi is an economist, Wenge was formed by University students, and Blaise Bula is an Engeneer, but they don't conduct themselves as educated people, may be when you become a musician you have to become a like that, there is a famous adage that when you  go to Rome do what romans do
Thank you for getting me clearly and that's exactly what I was trying to see.
Even after explaining to the other gentleman in a previous response I was still misinterpreted and people have ended up differing over the same,I have seen an exchange of insults between other members. Lol

Congolese Music / Re: Richard Mukena & doudou copa?
« on: April 25, 2021, 15:21 »
Isnt he on this forum too? Lol

He was but he got banned.
Who was a member here and got banned and for what?

I don't think is Olivier Tshimanta is Congolese people in general, Congoleses
I didn't mean Congolese people in general,I am on about musicians ,they claim to be well educated but the stupidity they get involved in is mind boggling. 

I have a lot of Congolese friends myself and most are very intelligent and educated people so we can't generalise.

Tshimanga has been portraying the image that he is a professional but he's got the same behaviour as the sima ya ndaku,he loves cheap polemic.

These stories of Congolese musicians including Wenge Musicians and others having gone to university or college are they really true? When they say diploma what diploma do they mean,is that a secondary school certificate of tertiary education diploma. These guys act like high school dropouts. I had so much respect for Olivier Tshimanga but it's all gone because I realised he was dull despite hanging out with professional people from various backgrounds in Europe. He could by now have learnt to be professional.


Excellent rendition of  Reddy Amisi's song 'Assistant Social'

By the way guys Fataki was also interviewed by Ado,I don't know if someone already posted the video?

Tabou Fataki Jnr has done it!!! Good rhumba ending with sebene!

We all have different tastes, personally the album I found to be boring was Internet, it was much later in 2003 when I began to like the album Internet because it was the only CD I had in my car as then I had all albums on cassette and left them in Zambia having arrived in the UK in 2002.

Anti Terro is a good album, the only songs I found unnecessary were IKolo Martyrs and Somewhere which was an instrumental.
Patty Moleso arranged Anti Terro well.

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