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So sad. Nene 'aka Sengolene Royal (ex'Quartier Latin) is homeless and sleeps everyday in the church with her little child.

Congolese Music / Papy Cocaine was sometimes else
« on: March 24, 2019, 22:45 »

Sometimes I was seeing him as a mix of Tutu Kaludji & Robert Ekokota. It have been nice if he also participated to the Fara-fara series and the Primus-battle. But Zaiko was then either in Kinshasa or Europe


Both events got cancelled because of the concert-promoter, not being able to pay the rent of the music-hall


Was Simeon Werrason's song or that of Adjani with Werra credited it to his name like he used to do later often with the Mayi Ya Sika-generation.


The way musicians of G5 (Ferre, Fally, Lacoste, Celeo, JDT, Bill, Soleil, etc.) were thinking that they would do better than Werrason, JB Mpiana and Koffi Olomide, when the G5 Revolution just started.

I used to like the animation from 3:21 min, Celeo was animating it sometimes in concerts back in 2006 and 2007 in Maison Mere. I was surprised when I heard Brigade animating it in Temps Present. I wonder how his song Egypto would have been in Maison Mere.


from 12:12 min

He made me remind Petit Reagan of Blaise Bula. 

Congolese Music / Did Aliane & Stephanie knew each other ?
« on: March 23, 2019, 16:50 »

Lol the way Koffi put the names of them next to each other. Looks like dancer Claudine AC Milan was his third wife.

If I was Ilunga Mwana Mbute, then I wouldn't be happy that way he made that mistake....


I noticed that performing in Genève (Switserland), doesn’t have the same impact like it had in the 90s & 80s and DVD’s & VHS’s of concerts after 2000 are very rare to find on the market. Does it come because of the Congolese community in London getting bigger tHan them ? Back in the 80s and early 90s, Congolese artists were often bragging about performing in Genève and some dreaming about running away there. Because back in those years it was easier to get papers there than in France & Belgium.

Congolese Music / Is it true that Didier Ndenga died ?
« on: March 21, 2019, 15:51 »
The man who made the concept of the videoclips Ligne11, Mayi Ya Sika, Sous Sol, Techno Malewa, Suite & Fin, Nkunzi Lele, etc

Congolese Music / Koffi Olomide is free
« on: March 18, 2019, 13:14 »

I was saying it already to people weeks long, but they weren't believing me


Joss Diena, Cindy Le Coeur, Meje30, Mbetenge, Zobozi with journalist Djo K and his daugther Lisette Kabengele (who went to work later for Congopromotv). Lol the way Djo K was scared when Wazekwa came hahahahahahah


Biya Chante really sounds like Pepe Kalle on this album. I understand now why he was pissing Pepe Kalle off before joining Empire Bakuba.

I feel for Lofombo. He put alot of energy in this album and even paid some studio sessions with his own money, but didn't get anything in return. He wasn't able to promote this album in Kinshasa, because of not him not being able to return to Kinshasa and being forced to do some little jobs here and there and doing session work for other artists. Seeing then key-members like John Scot, Ile de Camboge and Teka Diobanza leaving his band for Quartier Latin and Maison Mere.


What made those in Kinshasa recorded albums Guerre de 100 Ans & Bana Congo so sound good like they were recorded in Europe compared to Sala Noki, Copinage & Amour Interdit who were also recorded in Kinshasa.

In an interview Defao made with Papy Gene he revealed that he brought Pecos to Paris to do the animations when he was about to mix the album Guerre de 100 Ans. So means it that Theo Mbala (who just left) did the original animations in both albums ? Is that also why they called Bana Congo vol. 1 made in America, because of them being at moment on tour in the US for 1 year. What is the reason that Theo Mbala decided to leave Big Stars. In interviews Theo never made it clear and he gives reasons that doesn't make sense. (for example saying that he left Defao for Bozi because of wanting to go to Europe while Bozi hadn't alot of succes like Defao at the moment when he joined Anti Choc and Defao was about to go on tour to the US).

Its a shame that they didn't had an official VHS with videoclips for Guerre de 100 Ans like they did for Tremblement de Terre. I hope that the bonus of Tremblement de Terre (when Defao praise Theo Mbala) will get uploaded one day. I wonder if mr Simon recorded at least one videoclip which he was often doing for his bands/solo artist for working for his label SIPE Production.

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