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It was a bad choice of Lutumba to put him as president of Bana OK. But on the other side it will boost Manda Chante's career. What will happen with Wenge Reference ?

Congolese Music / Re: Archive; Madilu & Josky Kiambukuta 1989
« on: September 23, 2018, 19:58 »
No, maybe for bandmembers but not for bandleaders like Emeneya, Wemba, Nyoka Longo or even Simaro, Tabu Ley and Franco used to do in the past. Back in those days it was very important to go on tv and the radio's. Now leaders don't even care, Fally did 1 year without doing an interview on tv and attacked journalists on a press-conference. If Franco or Tabu Ley would do that, then they would have suspended him for months on tv and radio's, because back in those days journalists had more power than musicians. I remember Nila Mbunga saying that he was almost fired, because Papa Wemba went to visit him in his office, while it was forbidden for musicians to visit journalists in their office. Because musicians were then seen as nothing.

« on: September 23, 2018, 13:59 »

The video is back

Congolese Music / Archive; Cindy Chante Koffi vol. 2 (2010)
« on: September 23, 2018, 12:39 »

Cindy is already 34 years old. Will we ever see Cindy having Africa in her control like Tshala Muana and Abeti Masikini did in the past. Peforming at Zenith, Olympia, Carnegie Hall, etc.

I can't forget the moment how my sister had something like WTF when saw that green dress that Cindy wore. Times are going so fast.

« on: September 23, 2018, 12:10 »
maybe he deleted it to modifie that part of when Soleil went to speak about the band he joined before Quartier Latin.

On the "Werrason sur la route Zenith"-dvd box there is a cd with having audio-version of the lelele video with Werrason doing mabanga on it. Girls were going wild on that track in parties.

« on: September 23, 2018, 11:08 »
In that video you can feel that Soleil had a lot to say, but there was not enough time. I wanted to hear more about the problems in Quartier Latin when Ferre came. They were all hurted when Ferre joined Quartier Latin.

« on: September 23, 2018, 11:06 »
He didn't say something bad about Fally. He just talked about how Depitsho made him not go to Bercy, how they met Michael Jackson at the Kora Awards '99 (the most funniest part lol) and the story about how they recorded Si Si Silivi in Europe with Ferre and Fally being unhappy with that and wanting to force a departure by saying on tv that he will record an album with permission of Koffi.

Look how the concerts 37:50. MM fanatics fighting against policemen who wanted to interrup the concert.

Congolese Music / Re: Archive; Cindy Chante Koffi vol. 1 (2010)
« on: September 22, 2018, 20:25 »
The day Cindy entered QL was the day koffi started to lose it... my dislike of her started in 2008 10 years now but now it's gone to the point now that I'm past caring whether she's there or not she's irrelevant now. I will never ever forgive her or koffi for killing Latino we had such a strong team when fally and them left we had arca dinheiro, asso, joss, gabbana, babia, jitrois, rolly mayemba, arabe youssouf, mon ami guelord, suzuki, Scottie Pippen, I could go on and on that team was more than capable of filling the hole that fally, montana, bouro, soleil and co left

not really. If you look the concerts of the moment when Cindy came in 2007 until August 2008 when BEK was released you will see that he gave Les Mineurs more space then Cindy. Koffi left Cindy often behind in Kinshasa when he was touring in Africa with Les Mineurs. If you listen to BEK you see that he gave them 50%-50% Cindy having vocals on Ikia, Festival and l'Amour n'existe Pas and Les Mineurs on BB Gout, Bomengo, Salopette & Ikea. There were some songs were Cindy and Meje30 didn't do the chorus (Soupou & Katagourouma). Meje 30 had to sing on L'Amour n'existe pas, but Koffi asked her something which made her furious and leave Quartier Latin.

Koffi was ready to give Les Mineurs a chance, he forced Montana & Shella Mputu out for them. But he was still hurt about Fally's departure and didn't want to be hurt again like that. So he decided to focus on Cindy since that he saw that she had something special which Fally & Ferre also had. There was an interview with Yves Abdallah of 2010 where he hinted about that with him saying that he will only work with women in the future with him presenting Les Mikwapins. But the same Mikwapins were blocked, because Cindy was very jealous. After BEK, Quartier Latin had to record an album, but Koffi wasn't really sure about Les Mineurs, wanting also to force the guys who had some experience out the band (Babia, Suzuki, Joss Diena, Gabanna, J3, Hono Kapanga and Gessac). So he gave on the Skol Madramanda-EP only Arab Youssouf and Guelord the chance to put songs to see if they had enough maturity to have a Quartier Latin after Abacadabra (then called Ekafela). But those songs flopped which made Koffi decide to stop promoting them and make Quartier Latin a Cindy-Koffi band.

Congolese Music / Re: Archive; Cindy Chante Koffi (2010)
« on: September 22, 2018, 15:57 »
That year Koffi started to kill Quartier Latin. Quartier Latin became more like an "orchestre d'accompagnement" with all the focus being on Koffi and Cindy. Those talented singers started to leave Quartier Latin one by one.  I started to dislike Cindy that year. The same Cindy was close to leave Quartier Latin that year, by fighting against Koffi in a concert (which was apparently because losing her baby).

It was a diffucult year Koffi who was not able to travel to other countries of Africa since that the Interpol made an arrest warant to Koffi. He came then with concepts like Cindy chante Koffi and Koffi chante Tabu Ley that year to be still in the spolights.

Congolese Music / Archive; Cindy Chante Koffi vol. 1 (2010)
« on: September 22, 2018, 15:48 »

She had to leave Koffi after Abacadabra or her first EP. Now she's already finsihed before having left Koffi. She's blind she doesn't know that Koffi is using her. The day she will discover it, it will be already to late.

Papa Wemba went there again in 1992 or 1993. After it Emeneya and Papa Wemba several contracts to perform there with their bands Nouvelle Ecriture and Victoria Eleison Dream Team Dream-band, but they kept refusing they prefered to tour 8/9 monts long in Europe. The same for Werrason somewhere around 1999. Alot of artists received contracts to perform in Suriname, but they weren't interested.

But recently Luciana, Stino and Maray Maray went to perform there for a tribute to Papa Wemba, but it looked more like a concert for the Congolese community (which didn't really exist back in the 90's and 80's. The same Luciana used to have a band called Zipompa Pomba which went to perform in South Corea and Algeria (with Celeo). They wanted also to perform in Japan, but the combattans went to cancel that show.

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