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They've been close friends for decades. Always nice to see Djuna Djanana enjoying life


Meanwhile, Fabregas spent some time with his biggest role model, Maître Gims:


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Very. His mother and extended family still live in the common areas of Kikwit and Kin.

They all could had the home, but then again the maintenance and bills would've probably been too high. But sometimes the parents want nothing to do with their artist children's success
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Thank god im not the only that thinks it he was always sounding like a damn sheep
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Let's be honest, he's a Chinese copy of his father. Just tried too hard, even his non-artist by profession brother is closer to Dindo.

On Tendrement, even though the lyrics and sound was fantastic, he ruined for himself
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Benji is a big rapper in France. He forms along with Jacky the rapduo Neg'Marrons. Les Neg'Marrons got many platinum albums in France. Benji was also a member of the French-Congolese rap-collective Bisso Na Bisso, who was succesful in France and Francophonic countries with their album Racines who went gold in one month and 2x platinum. Benji also featured on Academia's Faux Patron and Sanction.




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Congolese Music / Re: A SNAP OF FERRE GOLA KIPELEKESE REMIX FEAT MEGANE
« Last post by Matebu on September 20, 2017, 23:50 »
lol, this is not directed towards Ferre... but if an artist does a featuring with someone people don't knows about or a nobody.. is it really a featuring?

Been asking myself this for years. Fally's So.pe.ka with Benji, just abut every featuring on Werra's weak Sans Poto, Wemba's Sapologie with Nash, etc, etc
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But it looks like Wazekwa finally accepted him back. Because I saw him in the Oh La La-generic of 2011

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Congolese Music / Re: A SNAP OF FERRE GOLA KIPELEKESE REMIX FEAT MEGANE
« Last post by archos on September 20, 2017, 22:52 »
 she is a singer from both congos
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and the same gabbana who said he'd rather go back to village to be a farmer than going back to cultura went on his knees 3 times on tv to beg wazekwa to accept him back which the then much more radical wazekwa replied to saying it was an "economic apology" and that he'd take him back if he has ability to find the tears he shed for days when they did him that and get it back into his eyes like nothing happened
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