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@Matebu

Songwriting is perhaps the most difficult talent to develop comapared to singing, dancing, and playing an instrument. Fally can't do it all, but what he can do...or used to do lol makes him a legend.
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Congolese Music / Re: Archive; Interviews of Quartier Latin & Fally Ipupa (2003)
« Last post by archos on September 22, 2018, 00:01 »

One of the rare songs he did himself,for celeo and equaliseur
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Congolese Music / Re: Archive; Interviews of Quartier Latin & Fally Ipupa (2003)
« Last post by Matebu on September 21, 2018, 23:52 »
Fally darn near has no composition 100% to his name up to this point. Kind of like Wemba if I think about it. In other words, the percentage of songs to his name throughout his career is low - nevertheless they’re very successful
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and many other famous solos,every single of the parts they have modified compared to CD would have been great by maison mere themselves
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Congolese Music / Re: Archive; Interviews of Quartier Latin & Fally Ipupa (2003)
« Last post by archos on September 21, 2018, 21:59 »
kokoko is from blanchard mosaka and himself fally a little bit koffi sang the song exactly like fally brought it
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Congolese Music / Re: BILL SAYS CELEO IS UNGRATEFUL TO THEIR SHARED FATHER
« Last post by PCGY KASTELLO on September 21, 2018, 21:48 »
Debating with Werrason's fans is waste of time. LOL.

It's funny how Werra was able to attract such a fanatic cult around him while being an average, some will say mediocre, musician.  ;D

 Facts over facts, MM fans seems like Trump supporters whatever he does it is okay

You re a very bitter man with baseless attacks....man up and be objective in your arguments
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Is it Fally who wrote Ko-ko-ko-ko or did he buy it from a ghostwritter ?
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Congolese Music / Re: FELIX WAZEKWA TRIBUTE SONG TO LUTUMBA SIMARO ICONE D AFRIQUE
« Last post by BR on September 21, 2018, 20:19 »
Thank you Wazekwa for honouring Papa SIMARO when he is still alive. Others will wait till late to do the same. Respect to the greatest composer in AFRICA.
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Congolese Music / Similarities between lesser-known songs
« Last post by SLK97 on September 21, 2018, 20:12 »
A few days ago, I was listening to G7's Nouvelle Griffe album. As I got to the sixth track, it took less than a minute for me to realise that I had heard that arrangement from another song a long time ago. After another listen, I realised that it was a lot like a song a band called Rumba Japan would do a few years after G7's version. What's up with that? Did one of G7's members join or form Rumba Japan and take that song with him? Not everyday you experience the feeling of deja vu.

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Remake:

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The first 15 minutes were filmed in Brazzaville when he came for the Fespam
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