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Congolese Music / Re: JF Ifonge interview with Ado Yuhe
« Last post by Grandpretre on January 16, 2019, 06:06 »
more or less similar to the other one,except that he said here that he  missed attentat because he dated a dancer without knowing they did not have that right so koffi suspended him since he also liked her since her test,and then sent somebody to take her to abort since she was pregnant of jf then fired her(and now unfortunately she is dad) and revealed that the group he wanted to perform in before joining latino was bcbg(which his other close friend jdl ended up joining on his advice)
and that the reason why most guys look like that they have dropped big time when they leave leaders is because the power of the leader was effective on them apart from the things they do themselves for success(then some upgrade their power to suceed in solo longterm),and he remembered an anecdote of him and his close friend depitcho when they left quartier latin they meet a fan at restaurant and tried to get him to pay their food bill( a very very common trick until today by musicians) and he laughed and said should i pay for you you left quartier latin you are nothing anymore and they said they joked and paid

I would like to know wich dancer that he hung out with
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Congolese Music / Re: JF Ifonge interview with Ado Yuhe
« Last post by archos on January 16, 2019, 03:49 »
more or less similar to the other one,except that he said here that he  missed attentat because he dated a dancer without knowing they did not have that right so koffi suspended him since he also liked her since her test,and then sent somebody to take her to abort since she was pregnant of jf then fired her(and now unfortunately she is dad) and revealed that the group he wanted to perform in before joining latino was bcbg(which his other close friend jdl ended up joining on his advice)
and that the reason why most guys look like that they have dropped big time when they leave leaders is because the power of the leader was effective on them apart from the things they do themselves for success(then some upgrade their power to suceed in solo longterm),and he remembered an anecdote of him and his close friend depitcho when they left quartier latin they meet a fan at restaurant and tried to get him to pay their food bill( a very very common trick until today by musicians) and he laughed and said should i pay for you you left quartier latin you are nothing anymore and they said they joked and paid
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Congolese Music / Re: JF Ifonge interview with Ado Yuhe
« Last post by CM PRINCE on January 16, 2019, 03:30 »
Oh no, I never like to watch JF's interviews so if someone can do us all a favour and do a summary please.
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Congolese Music / Re: JF Ifonge interview with Ado Yuhe
« Last post by archos on January 16, 2019, 03:24 »
you can tell ado is not used to people who did not come to fake some parts of what they say to remain politically correct lol my guy clearly was not far from panicking at times,he can handle a bit of funny anecdotes a bit of shocking anecdotes but this was clearly way too much for him :D :D :D
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Congolese Music / JF Ifonge interview with Ado Yuhe
« Last post by mvulusi96 on January 16, 2019, 03:12 »
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Bout to check it out.
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BCBG’s arrival in Paris and the pressconference they had before Zenith. Knowing all those images, I think that this videos is from the VHS “De Paris a Kin”. It’s sad that the uploader didn’t put Wenge BCBG’s intro at l’Esplanade (which was intro they would do at Zenith), the way Bebe Ramazani described Wenge BCBG and the ad for their concert at Zenith.
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Not sure if it's been posted but great stuff!
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Congolese Music / DEBORAH YA MADO NEW SONG NOUVEAU DEPART
« Last post by archos on January 15, 2019, 17:21 »
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Congolese Music / Re: One of the rare VHS I can’t find
« Last post by Mirobexx on January 15, 2019, 15:17 »
@mvulusi96

You're forgetting about Kanda Bongo Man, for some reason a lot of white people know him. I didn't come across his music until my World Geography class in high school when my teacher pointed him out as one of "Africa's most influencial artist". Yeah, I don't know about that lol
He is highly regarded in England i saw him at a festival.He once came to Zimbabwe and performed at Rufaro Stadium.
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