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It's like a fat man giving nutrition advice
You already know  ;D ;D ;D
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It's like a fat man giving nutrition advice
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Congolese Music / Re: WENGE BCBG... NEW SLAVES???
« Last post by EMOVICTEAM on Today at 08:05 »
The other thing that shocks me is why fans in Congo do not Boooo at the the mikulis when they are on stage.
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Congolese Music / Re: BM: MAKOLONGULU YESSSSS
« Last post by EMOVICTEAM on Today at 08:02 »
This guy can be big business only if he goes to Kin. He has huge potential. I play his music all day in my bar.


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It's been eerie quiet lately as if all the big artists are on sabbatical until sometime in 2018.

Not much recent developments from Koffi/QL, Wazekwa, BCBG (yeah, I know), Zaiko, Karmapa, Roga Roga & Extra, and more.

Ferre & Werrason already blessed us with great new albums.

Or even some of the Europe artists - although they are not major.
- Alain Mpela has a complete album, but seems to have lost confidence.
- Blaise Bula's still taking his sweet time working on his album
- Sam Tshintu?
- Reddy Amisi has recorded many new songs over past few years. And there's that duo project with Werrason coming whenever
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Congolese Music / Re: I DONT RECOCONIZE THE NEW MEMBERS OF WMM
« Last post by Matebu on Today at 06:18 »
MM is a revolving door

I guess it depends on who you ask whether it's a good or bad thing.
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Congolese Music / I DONT RECOCONIZE THE NEW MEMBERS OF WMM
« Last post by shamala on Today at 06:02 »
I only recognize Nikodem

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Same concert Nathalie Makoma also visited at 2.06

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Congolese Music / Re: FALLY IS BREAKING BARRIERS
« Last post by BrazzaBoy on Today at 04:39 »
When Fally will have crossed over the Atlantic then we’ll say he’s crossing barriers. Fally is somewhat big in France but you gotta realize he is just following suit, Koffi and Quartier Latin opened up a lot of doors so its much easier for Fally to come in. I was in France around 2000 and beyond and I dont even think Fally is bigger now than Koffi was, and like Matebu said there was no social media around back then. Oloko Yo is not gon break barriers breh
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