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He really had it rough...smh. Sad!
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@Matebu

I've always felt conflicted about children being thrown into the music industry so young, especially watching videos of him from back then. How old was he then, fourteen or so?

The way those groups tour, a child hanging around men away from the guidence of responsible adults could fall pray to some nasty habits.

He was 9 years old when he joined Ponderation 8 in 1999.


He was way too young to be left alone ooo! Now see what has become of him! Where are his people now? I am not trying to blame Blaise Bula( he is my man) but truth be told, can't he still do something for this boy?
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Didn't realize how much he bleached till recently. Almost unrecognizable here
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As a child he may have turned right and had a bright future or turned left to the sloppy slope. A lot of factors considered but mainly mentoring. I remember Obama being denied stage time until he mended his class performance, look at Chikito,Anya etc turned out ok...strong and firm mentoring
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Damn, he's a really good singer. Much better than some of his ex-colleagues.
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Not long after that he would marry journalist Sylvie Masuku with Emeneya being their Godfather. But their relationship would not last long. Not long after that he returned to "miziki ya mokili"
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@mvulusi96

Good lord, he's just a child! Blaise Bula and many of the staff associated had children of his own, no one felt morally conflicted about recruiting someone that young to be apart of their band?
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@Matebu

I've always felt conflicted about children being thrown into the music industry so young, especially watching videos of him from back then. How old was he then, fourteen or so?

The way those groups tour, a child hanging around men away from the guidence of responsible adults could fall pray to some nasty habits.

He was 9 years old when he joined Ponderation 8 in 1999.
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@Matebu

I've always felt conflicted about children being thrown into the music industry so young, especially watching videos of him from back then. How old was he then, fourteen or so?

The way those groups tour, a child hanging around men away from the guidence of responsible adults could fall pray to some nasty habits.
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Richacha i remember going to a concert by I Jahman Levi in London and he was thanking his band members that night.When he said Richacha from Congo i never knew he was that famous drummer .

Back in the days he was one of the most popular drummers of Congo. Many drummers of the 80's took his drumming-style. In those days the drummers where more on concentrated on the snare drum and the charleston. While he was the only drummer who was hitting the toms Toms during the seben. making that famous-particion on the toms "aah mbadi maman richacha". But people quickly forgot about him. If people talk about drummers of the 80's they always forgot Richacha and mostly only mention Djudjushet, Awilo Longomba, Meridjo, Ilo Pablo and Patcho Star. Richacha way of playing snare was very different then other drums who were playing that Cavacha-style.



from 1:49 min Richacha drumming with Reddy Amisi, Stino Mubi, Jadot le Cambodgien, Cele Le Roi and a high Luciana Demingongo (he's normally very shy hahahahaha) dancing.
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