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Pastor Marcelo Tunasi is looking for buzz. He decided to attack the lates Papa Wemba and Kester Emeneya. He talks about Papa Wemba. He says that Papa Wemba being the king of sape, he got people to look for clothes instead of looking for houses and also how people want to do superficial things but have no money and no value with business, etc. He also attacks Kester Emeneya (King Kester Emeneya) implying that he is the champion of insults. He makes an example of how Kester would insult people and people have accepted this in their lives. Marcelo says Kester was a very average but he called himself the king. He also adds in how Emeneya's insults leads to Congolese people not add things to copy that are good.
The video is here.
From 13:00 to the end.


Former Madilu System singer Bovindo (or Bovido) makes some interesting revelations. Apparently that Madilu lied to his original band that he was going to do his Nouveau Album with the band in Europe but he did it himself in Europe with Nyboma and Wuta Mayi leading the group dying off. For me, it is shocking that Madilu had so many talented musicians with him. I mean Do Akongo, Fofo Collegien, Lassa Accolyte Pambele, Adricha Tipo Tipo, Pathy Moleso, Serge Kabangu, Bola Bolithe but Madilu had no clue how to be a leader really.

Back to the video, Bovindo also claimed that Madilu did not like someone that did not laugh with him, because he saw that person had a problem. He gives an example of himself when he was not laughing with him which he admitted that he indeed had a problem. According to Bovido (or Bovindo), he claimed that Madilu and Bozi were spending time together in a neighborhood in Kinshasa during Madilu's end with OK Jazz.

But the biggest surprise from Bovindo was that Madilu was supposed to take Tout Puissant System to Europe in late 2007 or 2008 but it did not happen due to his death. This is a great interview to watch.

Look at the preview of Sam Tshintu's Tengama. It is so on fire. I repeated this so much during the weekend. It sounds so good. You will see Modogo Abarambwa, Celeo Scram, Sam Tshintu (the author), Oliverman and Mass Basse doing the dance. I love it. I hope you guys will repeat this video if you see. Link below.

By accident, I happen to bump to this interview and with great surprise, I watched Pharoan Mombaya and he tells a certain about today's congolese music scene.

From 33:00, Mombaya accurately points out how many journalists or commentators want to demean others in order to Fally Ipupa more important as if he is the only one with success and glory and he makes a good point that we should honor or glorify every artist with their strengths. This will anger Fally's sickafans because they only want Fally to be seen and others to be taken down. I mean think of Celeo Scram, Soilel Wanga, Ferre Gola, Innos B, Heritier, Fabregas (those who are considered "Anti Fally").

In wake of Koffi Olomide's 45 year anniversary special. I am going to the first debate here. In fact I want to hear from you guys. There are those who claim that Koffi Olomide co-founded Viva La Musica. This leads to my question. Do you think that Koffi should have been a member of Viva La Musica? If so, why? If not, why?

Let's start the debate.


JF Ifonge is known for attacking Koffi often but this time, he has a softer spot for Koffi. In fact he is sadden by the conflict between him and Didi Stone. He believes that Tutu Roba and one of Koffi's sister are looking to use Koffi to get his stuff if he ends passing on and then they will fight to get his remains.

Madilu System, whether you love or you hate him, you cannot say that Madilu was an ordinary singer. He was an extraordinary singer. 15 years later, his death still leaves a strain on us. As a child, I only wanted to hear Madilu System. His voice was magical to me.
Here is my favorite Madilu song

Zaiko Langa Langa style song. BTW Dindo Yogo sang this song which proves in my opinion that Madilu was musically better for Zaiko. I played this song so many times. Dally Kimoko and Caen Madoka were magical together on Solo and Mi-Solo. Beast mode.

I will add more about Madilu later today.


I have been listening to this song big time. This song should have been where Koffi would be called MOPAO Mokonzi. I mean this song says why he deserves the nickname MOPAO Mokonzi. This song should have been more popular than it was. Koffi Olomide did a great job here. Listen to this song, we know that this song is a classic.

I am starting a series called: Who should have been bigger stars than they are.

This is for everyone to present. It can be an individual dead or alive?

I will start this now on the next post.

Congolese Music / Reddy's new song is good
« on: April 12, 2022, 03:08 »
Listen to Reddy's new album. It looks like Reddy is preparing a new album. This song Jeancy Mayasi is classic. I suspect that Reddy sings in choir with Luciana Demingongo and Djanana.

It has influence from OK Jazz's song Tangawizi which was a Papa Noel song towards the end of the song.


I think Werrason should either kick out Makaba or Sarah Solo because it is clear that these two will never care for one another. SMH

Lately I have been watching this video non stop from the older days of Extra Musica. I love the song also. Cri du Coeur from Oxygene. This song has great harmony with Hermann Ngassaki and Oxygene also. I notice that Roga Roga is at the front. It is clear to me, this was the sign that Roga Roga was coming to dominate like he is now.

I don't why but I have been having dreams of Fally Ipupa and Roga Roga singing together. It sounds so good in my ears. Also recently Roga Roga has been singing Fally's praises. Then not long ago, Fally Ipupa performed as guest in one of Roga Roga's show.

There is chemistry singing wise with these two briefly.
Also recently there was a interview with these two men.

Do you guys that Fally Ipupa and Roga Roga do a duet album. For me, it is a yes. What about you guys?

Congolese Music / Jf Ifonge has a good song with Solange
« on: January 24, 2022, 02:30 »
Jf Ifonge made a good song here with journalist of Soliel TV named Solange. I must admit this song is very good.
I must admit, it is good.

JF Ifonge has not lost his dancing skills. Good job JF.

This song is a classic. I love the vocal solos of Koffi Olomide and Sam Tshintu. I wish Koffi and Sam had harmonized on an additional vocal solos. Their voices would have melded well together.

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