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I think that Wabanko gave them alot of cloths and money that day. Bana ya Londres were dangerous. The Congolese diaspora in Europe doesn't have alot of influence like they had in those years. Now it's only about those rich diamonddealers of Angola and people who made part of Sassou's regime in Brazzaville. I think that their influence will go a little bit down the day concerts in Europe will return.

What happend with those girls (Adeline Onema, Dark La Japonaise, Feza RDC, etc. ) who used to be always dedicated in song back in the years 2005-2012 ? I heard that some are in prison or sent back to DRC.
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lol did that nganga work together with Djo Kabengele ? Serge Kayembe, Djo K Kabengele, Zacharie Bababaswe and Gaspar Love really made money with VHS based on one question, polemique and departures of musicians collaborating with Ricardo Productions, Martin Mapangu, Richard King, etc. Marc Tabu, Popol Mukelenge and Francis Kakonde would follow that path by making Dvd's. Papy Mboma, Naty Lokole and Willy Kayembe didn't got that chance.

Dennis Lessie was back then one of the most famous pastors in Kinshasa along with Kutino Fernando, Sony Kafuta, Kiziamina Kibila, etc. having big crowds in stadiums. They made alot of money in those years.
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I remember Roga Roga’s interview with Martin Sinnock before the album came out, where he was saying he bought new Steinberger guitars and said the album would be very different from their previous albums

Yeah, I also remember that interview. They made that interview in Washington D.C. if I remember it well. He then also said that there would be salsa song. (Papato which didn't make it on the tracklist and would end up as bonus track on the Trop c'est Trop-VHS). There was also an interview of Defao after his performance in New York, talking about his next album Nessy de London saying that he would sing a with Reddy, which would not happen.

So sad that Martin's site got deleted it had many rare interviews of Papa Wemba, Koffi Olomide, King Kester Emeneya, Bozi Boziana, Wazeka, etc. and reviews of concerts and albums.
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Congolese Music / Re: WAS THIS THE FIRST ALBUM WITH A 21 CENTURY SOUND?
« Last post by Matebu on August 15, 2018, 23:58 »
I remember Roga Roga’s interview with Martin Sinnock before the album came out, where he was saying he bought new Steinberger guitars and said the album would be very different from their previous albums
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Congolese Music / WAS THIS THE FIRST ALBUM WITH A 21 CENTURY SOUND?
« Last post by Matebu on August 15, 2018, 23:30 »
I guess keeping the Extra theme going...I remember thinking this was next level sound the first time i heard this album. The sound so crystal clear, Roga Roga’s solo licks so clean


I’m trying to think of others. Another one was the Loi générique, and that of course is beyond legendary
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I think that JB Mpiana just married Sylvie Mulumba to prove Amida a point. Because he was really hurt by hearing that she started a relationship with Didi Kinuani. With Amida then quickly replying by marrying Didi Kinuani, which made it worser for JB.
How are the situation now are JB and Amida still marries to Sylvie and Didi?

Sylvie went away, because she was thinking that JB was using her to get papers and break that ban BCBG got to enter the Schengen-area. I don't know what went wrong between Kinuani and Amida, but they divorced after 4 years. Then she dated Kamerhe for a short time who was already dating her before she was with Didi. Then JB tried to get her back and they remarried. I remember that back in 2009 they made a big party for that. Many people mocked JB Mpiana for that and some Baluba were furious. Because normally a Muluba can't do that, because you will get tshibawu. But I don't know how they shorted it out. Then you got that scandal of 3/2 years ago about Amida giving birth and JB then discovering that it was Kamerhe's child with Koffi Olomide and Merveille Rambo using that problem to attack JB Mpiana on Vicent Tshiluizi's youtube-channel.
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Congolese Music / Re: WHO ARE THESE TWO GALS HERE?
« Last post by archos on August 15, 2018, 23:18 »
dora nzinga and the other one i forgot they are sisters
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Congolese Music / Re: WHO ARE THESE TWO GALS HERE?
« Last post by shamala on August 15, 2018, 22:58 »
its the female singers who used to work with papa wemba,jb ordered his whole group,to always let in or invite as often as possible anybody related to viva la musica in honour of his idol since he cant wake up and decide to control viva in itself

Names by any chance?
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I think that JB Mpiana just married Sylvie Mulumba to prove Amida a point. Because he was really hurt by hearing that she started a relationship with Didi Kinuani. With Amida then quickly replying by marrying Didi Kinuani, which made it worser for JB.
How are the situation now are JB and Amida still marries to Sylvie and Didi?

lol, nah.  He and Amida got remarried, then she left him for an old politician, Vital Kamerhe who is arguably wealthier and more powerful in DRC than JB. She even gave birth to kids with all three guys to secure the “bag” for life.

For this reason my cousin calls JB a simp, kiekie

Vital’s nickname «Pacificateur jusqu'au bout» is also quite ironic
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I think that JB Mpiana just married Sylvie Mulumba to prove Amida a point. Because he was really hurt by hearing that she started a relationship with Didi Kinuani. With Amida then quickly replying by marrying Didi Kinuani, which made it worser for JB.
How are the situation now are JB and Amida still marries to Sylvie and Didi?
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