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Congolese Music / Re: TEKA DIOBANZA INTRRVIEW BY ADO YUHE
« Last post by shamala on Today at 02:41 »


Accompanying translation would really help some of us
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My favorite (the late Cellulaire killing it)
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Emeneya kneeled down? like the same way that Lacoste did.  :o :o :o

Yes. I don't know if Gina Efonge & Evoloko Lay knew Niarcos personally, but they used to do the same thing to their own musicians. Humilating them in public, etc. Letting them do the dishes during the rehearsels if they saw that the girlsfriends of those musicians were coming. Evoloko used to be shy, but Gina Efonge learnt him all those things "na cadre ya ideologie".

That stuff with Kusangila is nothing. Btw I saw it like a comedy, Kusangila used to laugh about that and they re-did the same thing at Stade des Martyrs. The things Gina Efonge & Evoloko were doing in Isifi & Libanko were million time worser, like ordering from nowhere his singer to push-ups and saying some nasty things towards to the guy. Those stuff of humilating people started with Gina in Zaiko when he and his friends created the Isifi-concept (the way a real musician has to behave, etc).
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The sebene in that album are pretty good, also had some catchy animations like "bana ba lali".
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Congolese Music / THIS SONG WAS A MASTERPIECE
« Last post by Manzambi94 on January 21, 2019, 22:39 »




It is a shame that Brigade is facing health and spiritual issues because he could have been (well he had been for some time) the only atalaku who could reach the success of singers in terms of money, popularity, sales and views but after Affaire Ya Rando, Edenda, Tshouna Baby and some other major success he started wasting himself on music by only talking about sex. Do you think he have the chance to have a great comeback knowing his health situation at the moment and knowing that there are even more solo artist who are successful now, of when he started? (Fabregas, Heritier to some extent Robinio and Deplick)
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I loved it from the beginning it was fredh and the Cellulaire vocal at the start was magical, to be honest Anti Terro is one of my favourite album by Papa Cherie, everyone had a chance to shine and Genta and Lisimo were making fire cries like the one who were making "Soki oyebi miziki te, tika miziki na binadama... Malembe" by Genta or "Mboka Liya pourquoi ozongeli Souverain Oyembela Yuda, Ovanda na Yuda aWangana Yo JB Ako Wangana Yo Teee Sulutani ee" by Tutu Caludji "Mwana Mama Nyekela Luketo eh Nyeka Nyeka" by Cellulaire
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Emeneya kneeled down? like the same way that Lacoste did.  :o :o :o

Yes. I don't know if Gina Efonge & Evoloko Lay knew Niarcos personally, but they used to do the same thing to their own musicians. Humilating them in public, etc. Letting them do the dishes during the rehearsels if they saw that the girlsfriends of those musicians were coming. Evoloko used to be shy, but Gina Efonge learnt him all those things "na cadre ya ideologie".

So that humiliating started a long time I used to think the guys from Maison Mere used to do it by letting dressing Kusanglila in the titanic sauvetage.
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I really want to know how many rhumbas and sebene's were recorded cause some of them didn't cut it for me. Identite and Bousole been doing the same animation for 2 plus years now (Bousole has added stuff in concerts and in interviews)
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@archos

With Titina's absence, he lacked that mentor who could push him to high standard of drumming that we Wenge fans were used to.

Who played lead guitar on Le Baron and Amour Sans Tache?

You wonder why Seguin bullied every drummer that joined Wenge BCBG (Champion & Cambodge of Quartier Latin both were briefly members of Wenge BCBG)? I suspect it's because his position could get poached due to those guys being more consistent than him behind the drum kit.

le baron is pathy moleso and amour sans tache,patou solo at the beginning and moleso later
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@archos

With Titina's absence, he lacked that mentor who could push him to high standard of drumming that we Wenge fans were used to.

Who played lead guitar on Le Baron and Amour Sans Tache?

You wonder why Seguin bullied every drummer that joined Wenge BCBG (Champion & Cambodge of Quartier Latin both were briefly members of Wenge BCBG)? I suspect it's because his position could get poached due to those guys being more consistent than him behind the drum kit.
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