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I am from Kenya...Control is the best album that Fally has ever produced;and a good reaction after all the criticism about deviating from original rumba. I love Soucis, La Guerre, Sans amour, Bafana love, One love, A flye and King Manitou. To me,I lack what to criticize about the album.It's the best thing that happened this year in the world of music...The only thing Fally Ipupa should try to do is to let his guitarists express themselves,especially the solo guitarists...10/10 rating from me...Fantastic...
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Congolese Music / Re: HAPPY BIRTHDAY EMO
« Last post by archos on December 15, 2018, 19:40 »
happy birthday brother enjoyyy
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Congolese Music / Re: HAPPY BIRTHDAY EMO
« Last post by Kinois on December 15, 2018, 18:44 »
Happy BornDay EMO. Enjoy.
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Congolese Music / HAPPY BIRTHDAY EMO
« Last post by shamala on December 15, 2018, 17:46 »
Happy birthday brother.... Deep down  I know you are still a BCBG fan. Enjoy
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Clip is out.
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Congolese Music / Re: Bill Clinton's new generique Escalator
« Last post by SLY PAPA NA KEVIN on December 15, 2018, 16:12 »
Tata Nkiadi, you also missed Lola na Lola, listen to the combination of rhythms by Christian Kinzaki
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Congolese Music / Re: FIFI MISS YOLO X ADO YUHE
« Last post by chamhembe on December 15, 2018, 15:17 »
Translation please gentlemen.if anyone has got time
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Congolese Music / Re: Bill Clinton's new generique Escalator
« Last post by masantula on December 15, 2018, 14:49 »
This is what am talking about,Well done Bill.

9/10
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4. Albums and so on are slowly dying, streaming totally killed album concept, and with Congo having only 30% of internet and Blaise work8ng with a non Congolese/African based label they do not know how to work things in Congo.


No piracy killed the album concept. Streaming is allowing these artists to eat properly. Remember it was just 10 years ago, many of us in the African diaspora were complaining about paying $20 for an album each time a new release would come in.  In Congo, on the other hand, pirated albums were at an all time high.  The artists weren't eating so they had to rely on concerts in Europe.  Then the Combattants ruined it.  Sly is absolutely right that Blaise's social media presence is lacking and we've only seen 3 albums from Blaise in nearly 20 years.  It's almost like he doesn't care.  Online streaming is allowing these guys to make money again, especially with the lack of concerts abroad. 

Another thing, a lot of Wenge Musica's original fan base, have defected over to gospel music.  Blaise should've gotten better promoters to attract those young millenials who don't know or listen to him but follow Werra, JB and Koffi.

It goes back to my original point, if you're over 40 and lukewarm in the business, you can come out with fire but you have to sustain the momentum.
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Congolese Music / Re: Bill Clinton's new generique Escalator
« Last post by Tata Nkiadi on December 15, 2018, 14:27 »
Not only Kibota, but Matisa Pression

Bo Mpikiliki



Palpitatuon Total




Tshikimbwa




And many others I don' know why but peoole think only because Bill left WMMM lost it, but he had always been pure fire.

Those are old songs, I'm talking about this decade.
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