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This woman needs to go solo and stop wasting her time with these type of concerts. She has nothing new to offer to Koffi or QL that we haven't seen already. Koffi needs to let her do her own thing now.

But where would she be without him? Compared to her contemporaries and past female legends she's an average singer. All of them have faced some sort of barriers or struggle simply by being a female singer.

As her #1 fan, Koffi has put her on more than Fally or Suzuki could've ever dreamed of during their heyday in QL.
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Tho I dislike her... Correction, I hate her.. I think she's capable of doing it on top of her head! I seen MJ30 do it without papers....Mopao i can say with his old aging brain he couldn't remember some songs!
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Congolese Music / Re: 7 JOURS VS KIBUISA MPIMPA
« Last post by masatomo on May 22, 2017, 21:56 »
In my opinion Werra has never done a classic album since the dream team left. Alerte Générale is a good maxi single. And I always wanted to know if the generique(Alerte Générale) was supposed to be the one of the original version of Miracles. Témoignage is ok but it don't reach the quality of Kibuisa Mpimpa. For me Werra started to lost if since Temps Présent,Malewa ect..
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Congolese Music / Re: 7 JOURS VS KIBUISA MPIMPA
« Last post by Seben_Maniac on May 22, 2017, 20:57 »
for me 7 jours is more on the mould  of malewa and hopefully of the sous sol and co on the few sebene rumba parts
but like stated above albums like kibuisa v12 or titanic to name a few are very very complicated to reproduce because first the secret of those albums is 99 per cent at least of those groups peaking at the same moment perfect conditions to release almost perfect motivation surrounding the artists... and its been one hell of a long time we have seen such context in any album

I agree with this. I atleast hope the generique is good.
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Congolese Music / Re: TEASER OF KARMAPA'S ALBUM
« Last post by archos on May 22, 2017, 19:58 »


Some serious odemba,lol somebody who does not know congolese music can think he is from fally ferre generation while he can be their father
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Congolese Music / TEASER OF KARMAPA'S ALBUM
« Last post by archos on May 22, 2017, 19:46 »
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Congolese Music / Re: SO MBETENGE PLAYED MOST/ALL SONGS OF QQJD?
« Last post by archos on May 22, 2017, 18:55 »
LOL you know how musicians are when they move from one group to another they tend to over attack to please their new leader
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Congolese Music / Re: SO MBETENGE PLAYED MOST/ALL SONGS OF QQJD?
« Last post by POLE POSTION on May 22, 2017, 18:39 »
And here is another video of Ferre's ex artists Jenny and Davido now even them are talking about Ferre's group smoking weed but the funny thing is in Ferre's band he does not have an artist like Omba who smokes so much weed, Kabuya where do I start and Diego the list is long

everytime I see these guys saying this I just laugh because only the blinds believe then

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Congolese Music / Re: SO MBETENGE PLAYED MOST/ALL SONGS OF QQJD?
« Last post by POLE POSTION on May 22, 2017, 18:18 »
Yes Mbetenge has played on load loads loads of the songs in QQJD as he claims and we all know how everyone now talks about MarcHouse does not play its Olivier Tshimanga but what you all don't say is this one good example, Tshimanga played on most of the songs in Ingeta what was the result? Zero.

what people are not told is Ferre and MarcHouse work on songs and they know which rhythm ans solo direction to play their songs and when Ferre comes to Europe as he likes his sound to be so great (guess he got this from JB) he then calls these guys to participate and if so they can also make a change but only fools buy this story of Marchouse not playing because the guy is a genius just ask Reddy

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Congolese Music / Re: 7 JOURS VS KIBUISA MPIMPA
« Last post by Congomusiclover001 on May 22, 2017, 17:53 »
We should also not forget that A la Queue Leu Leu was also an impeccable album. Those two albums were the best of Werra. Anything after those two, the rest have been so so. Especially Temoignage...that was a flop IMO
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