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Congolese Music / Re: HAHA, SOMETIMES KOFFI'S FASHION SENSE IS JUST OODDD
« Last post by Jdog on August 20, 2017, 14:08 »
This man koffi wearing  some parachute pants.
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Congolese Music / Re: EVARISTE HAS LEFT FERRE'S GROUP
« Last post by Jdog on August 20, 2017, 14:06 »
He was my favorite dancer. Marchouse will beat him up easily. That pomade stuff seems childish.
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Congolese Music / Re: EVARISTE HAS LEFT FERRE'S GROUP
« Last post by CM PRINCE on August 20, 2017, 13:28 »
The departures just keep coming wow
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Congolese Music / EVARISTE HAS LEFT FERRE'S GROUP
« Last post by archos on August 20, 2017, 09:54 »


I skipped parts but he says he was victim of something related to blaise createur and that blaise was not smart and patient enough  and was  too driven by anger  and was unfairly suspended and he replied to marchouse who as his usual self   talked bad of those who left
he was asked whether its true that marchouse does not play in studio he  said  he knows for sure that he played fautif but the other songs were played by davido and charly solo and he reveals that he has some singing in him and he has been encourage by ilunga's work in tshiluba
he says he does not plan to talk bad about ferre because no matter what its ferre who made him who he is today(in bcbg he was like the  5th/6th dancer) and he is free  to work on clips with whoever contacts him but says he does not plan to join fally( adding that its the first time he spells that name) and jazz advises him to use his dancing skills in those groups who perform at festivals if he does not want to join maison mere or whoever
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Congolese Music / Re: HAHA, SOMETIMES KOFFI'S FASHION SENSE IS JUST OODDD
« Last post by Matebu on August 20, 2017, 05:52 »


here he is wearing the now legendary papa wemba outfi

These YouTube pages are having a field day with the Cindy departure speculation because she stayed behind
It better be true if it happens we're throwing a party deal?

lol, the day that happens we should put together and deliver a plan to Koffi to restart a proper Quartier Latin band.

None of that "I'm taking a break" depression period artists tend to have when important members leave.
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LOL
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Congolese Music / Re: LET'S BREAK FROM THE JB M'PIANA HATE...
« Last post by CM PRINCE on August 20, 2017, 02:56 »
They were very complimentary I was actually listening to cavalier solitaire earlier today I love that song yes they were a fantastic duo
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Congolese Music / LET'S BREAK FROM THE JB M'PIANA HATE...
« Last post by Matebu on August 20, 2017, 01:35 »
This will go down as the best duo between big stars this decade. Other big artists have too much ego to collaborate on a 50/50 duo.


When the forum speaks negatively of him; at times justifiably, threads are 2-3 pages long easily... yet works like this are forgtten or ignored.

JB said himself he had goosebumps when Wemba asked him to participate, so he was very emotional when singing. The one artist who had biggest influence on him, M'zeé Papa Wemba (RIP) is unfortuately no longer with us.

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Congolese Music / WHO HAS THE BEST VOCALS (NEW RUBRIC)
« Last post by Manzambi94 on August 19, 2017, 23:01 »









Hello forum members, this new section is about the song we all love but focusing the point on a vital thing for the music the vocals both in Rumba and in Atalaku section I will start obviously with a Werra  song and with the most popular one except the generique: Kelvis Nkoyi

Rumba Section:

 The main vocalist are four: Werrason, who sing for most of the part and then we have Limousine, Olivier and Arnake.
Finally Werra  after the flop of Fleche Ingeta comes with a great tune in the Rumba section even though the mabangas are a little annoying in the song ensemble.

Atalaku:

Wow, it is since the Bill and Cello days with the addiction of Brigade that I never heard something like that, Anti-Balle and Ambulance are basically so different but even so the same they can really compensate each other like it was in BCBG for Cellulaire(RIP) and Genta, great showcase of talent by those two

1. AMBULANCE/ARNAKE/ANTI-BALLE: 10
2: LIMOUSINE: 8,5
3: WERRASON: 8
4: OLIVIERA: 7+

Choir vote: 10
I have never had a Choir so cohesive together you could feel the voice of Limousine and Arnake on the high notes (1er voix) and Olivier who has been great to balance the minority of being the only bass notes (2 voix) guy.
At the same time I could hear the choir as a whole, you can hear Werra  coordinate the operation behind the scene

Werrason vote: 8

Werra  in the Wenge days used to be a great second voice but now seems to do just average, but finally he brought back some of that spark from BCBG periods and really did a great work, the transition to parts between 1:48 and 2:02 really gave me that Kibuisa Mpimpa vibe well done

Limousine Awisha vote: 8,5

This guy knows how to sing along with Cafè Rhoum and Arnake he is the only guy who could sing anything without problems, but the fact that his voice his too much similar to Ferre made him loose a 9 he should have someone to tell him to remodel his voice on his own like Roga did with Papy Bastin when he was a copycat of Emeneya and fix some live singing voice's problems, anyway nothing to say on how he have sang there, a very great talent who only needs some originality to be considered one of the best talent of his generation

Oliveira vote: 7+

Oliviera used to deliver some seriously outstanding 2nd voices vocal since his first appearance in Sous-Sol but since Fleche Ingeta something has changed in his voice he started to be less consistent less powerful like his mind was somewhere else than music, about the vocal, well, he could have sang better and did some nuances who honestly couldn't make, in fact, I thought he was Nicodem at the beginning because Nicodemus the guy who really do not know how to use his voice but at the end of the day he didn't to bad and a give him a plus because unlike  the vocal he did an excellent job there.

Arnake R.Kelly vote: 10

Wow, just wow, I gave him a 10 because even though like his good friend Limousine has to much of "Neti-Ferre" voice he did some real serious work on Kelvis Nkoyi from 4:00 to 4:09 the guy was Ferre literally he sounded the same exact way but then in the 4:09 he did a crazy nuance who reveal his real singing voice free of Ferre's influences and I said finally this guy is starting to make some work there and this is why I thought of a 10 him and Cafe Rhoum compete for the best natural singer in Wenge sell not anymore since he is gone such a shame...

ATLAKU SECTION:

TANYA E TANYA E TANYAAAA
ANTIBALLEEEE
AAAAH

Anti-Balle Makatshwa vote: 10

I really don't know the way of Anti-Balle onto 7 jour and onto Wenge MM, but he really did well on this Lobeso (gone) crie and of course on the Eko Yinda he has started really well on this album and he is in great company and can be a great supporting actor of Ambulance and Goldberg or maybe even be the staring, finally that healthy competition taht made Celeo and Bill great is back

SE SE SE BILOKO 'A SE NA SE

Ambulance vote: 10
He is the heir of Bill like Fusèe is the heir of Tutu Caludji, I don't if he writes his own cries or uses petit (kids) to writing it like Bill did (Brigade, Bercy, Kabuya and many others have written most of popular cries of Bill when they were young) but we all agree that he has something special since his time in the Primus ad, and them on Ingeta, and then again in Sans Poteau and now in 7jours his voice has matured and now he is able to master the atalaku style of storytelling, giving good examples and life telling situation, like in Charge (I put the hands in my pocket [looking for money] and I came out with paper) where he asks himself how could he feed his entire family without having a work even though he finished school and like Cynthia where after he advised a girl to stop fucking around, the girl came back pregnant adding to him as a charger of the family more problems, well done.
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