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Congolese Music / Re: WERRA AND CINQ CHANTIER
« Last post by Jeffrey Sirjeza Sibanda on Today at 21:40 »
Yohh this guy was good in both performance and creativity....... Werra indeed has poor management I prefer him and Anti balle over a lot of WMM atalakus
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"I wanna you forever"  ;D I like the song.
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Congolese Music / Re: HAPPY BIRTHDAY KOFFI OLOMIDE
« Last post by J Silu on Today at 20:31 »
Koffi's catalogue is strong compared to other artists. He's done a lot in each decade.

Only Papa Wemba had a long solo catalogue to compete with Koffi. And Defao. But it's about impact and many other factors.

I just find it interesting.
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Congolese Music / Re: HAPPY BIRTHDAY KOFFI OLOMIDE
« Last post by J Silu on Today at 20:29 »
Happy birthday le Rambo, the greatest Congolese musician ever


After Franco Luambo Makiadi and Tabu Ley
That's interesting. How do we decide on the greatest Congolese musician? Because you have the likes of King Kester and Papa Wemba, etc.

People could find it wrong to place Koffi after the greats Franco and Tabu.

But how do you lot base your decisions on to decide who is greater than who.
For ME Koffi is the greatest simply because he’s done it all and he’s had an active career for the past 40 years, and all the albums he released from Ngobila which came out in 1986 I believe all the way to BEK which came out in 2008 all of them are classics and none are bad albums, that’s 22 years of incredible albums. He also had fantastic QL lineups from the beginning 1990 to 2009 which is 19 years, he gave the best shows in Olympia, Zenith and Bercy, and also produced the most Generique of all time which is Loi.
We have to give the man credit because he’s just a pure musical genius, there will never be another Koffi.

Its true. Going from a songwriter who required vocal trainings and huge support from already established artists to one of the greats is a huge achievement.

My problem is that we can also pull up the files of Papa Wemba King Kester etc. But the only way id know who's on top is by checking to see what is it that Koffi's achieved that the others haven't. And that's how we'd know. I guess.
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Congolese Music / Re: HAPPY BIRTHDAY KOFFI OLOMIDE
« Last post by CM PRINCE on Today at 20:22 »
Happy birthday le Rambo, the greatest Congolese musician ever


After Franco Luambo Makiadi and Tabu Ley
That's interesting. How do we decide on the greatest Congolese musician? Because you have the likes of King Kester and Papa Wemba, etc.

People could find it wrong to place Koffi after the greats Franco and Tabu.

But how do you lot base your decisions on to decide who is greater than who.
For ME Koffi is the greatest simply because he’s done it all and he’s had an active career for the past 40 years, and all the albums he released from Ngobila which came out in 1986 I believe all the way to BEK which came out in 2008 all of them are classics and none are bad albums, that’s 22 years of incredible albums. He also had fantastic QL lineups from the beginning 1990 to 2009 which is 19 years, he gave the best shows in Olympia, Zenith and Bercy, and also produced the most Generique of all time which is Loi.
We have to give the man credit because he’s just a pure musical genius, there will never be another Koffi.
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Congolese Music / Re: HAPPY BIRTHDAY KOFFI OLOMIDE
« Last post by J Silu on Today at 20:11 »
Happy birthday le Rambo, the greatest Congolese musician ever


After Franco Luambo Makiadi and Tabu Ley


That's interesting. How do we decide on the greatest Congolese musician? Because you have the likes of King Kester and Papa Wemba, etc.

People could find it wrong to place Koffi after the greats Franco and Tabu.

But how do you lot base your decisions on to decide who is greater than who.
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Congolese Music / WERRA AND CINQ CHANTIER
« Last post by Manzambi94 on Today at 19:48 »


I have never understood why Werra never made Cinq Chantier sang on an official song Animate in an Album the main reason for Robinio's success in the beginning was because of Cinq Chantier, while in Wenge despite his cries (who were always beautiful and got success in the reharsal and concerts) he never got the chance, being sidelined for Bercy which people claim is great but is actually Trash even Prince had a small crie on Decollage while Cinq Chantier never had one. Why?


















Just listen to the crowd reaction
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Vicky Longomba had a son in EA Known as as Lovy Longomba, who died tragically in a car accident while travelling from Nairobi to Dar es Salam, he was very famous with a very good crooning voice


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Congolese Music / Re: HAPPY BIRTHDAY KOFFI OLOMIDE
« Last post by CM PRINCE on Today at 18:49 »
Going through his discography, I fell in love with Bouro's composition on Droit De Veto, "Likombe". As much as Sens Inverse is such a popular tune, this song is actually so underatted! I actually prefer this over Sens Inverse!


Yeah it’s an underrated song, people prefer/remember  Calvaire
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Congolese Music / Re: HAPPY BIRTHDAY KOFFI OLOMIDE
« Last post by CM PRINCE on Today at 18:48 »
Happy birthday le Rambo, the greatest Congolese musician ever


I second that
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