Author Topic: ADO YUHE AND FLAMME PART 2  (Read 722 times)

archos on: June 06, 2021, 22:51

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Mfumu Vata #1 on: June 06, 2021, 22:53

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We are twins hahaha. I came 1 minute to late.

congo-243 #2 on: June 07, 2021, 02:44

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So the feelings I had about A la que leu leu were true because I always thought that the sound was subpar and Flamme is confirming what I was thinking.

BienMat23 #3 on: June 07, 2021, 03:54

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Could someone translate please

Mfumu Vata #4 on: June 07, 2021, 13:42

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But did Kapaya Voka receive shout-outs in Les Marquis and a special mention in the videoclips ? That story is really scary. I don't think that they tried to kill him, because how would Maison Mere have performed the next day without a lead-guitarist if he passed away ? I think that something different was planned, which happened to other artists of other bands and had destructive effects on their lives (drugs, etc.).

I think that Flamme mistook the story of the Kora's in South Afirca with the trip to Cameroun organised by JPS Production, just before the end of the tour. Because back in 2002, Maison Mere didn't participate to Kora Awards, it were Quartier Latin, Koffi Olomide and Makoma who won 5 kora's in total for DR Congo. Anyway, that explains why the sound-quality of A La Que Leu Leu was bad compared to the previous albums of Maison Mere. But, still there was to much mabanga if you compare it Kibuisa Mpimpa. Songs like Victime d'Amour and Maman Mabe were totally ruined and you can't say it about Ntima Mbote and Obiang of Kibuisa Mpimpa who had less names. What I don't understand is that Al Nzimbi was the arranger of the album, where was he when they were mixing the album ?
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archos #5 on: June 07, 2021, 15:37

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maybe its because ado rushed him for time while he did the longest serie ever of his concept with alain mpela,flamme talked about what happened before kibuisa thinking about another thing which happened before a la queue leu leu release,then the part before temps present too was a bit rushed
if flamme had filed the complaint like sacem guys wanted today people would hate flamme hard and surely go as faras saying that his partitions were overrated and things like that

dany #6 on: June 08, 2021, 04:32

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Someone please translate the bloody interview for non-Lingala speakers Flame Kapaya is a legend, interviews like this deserve a translation not some unknowns from cultur’a pays vie or bcbg.

Monsieur Congo #7 on: June 08, 2021, 16:31

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Someone please translate the bloody interview for non-Lingala speakers Flame Kapaya is a legend, interviews like this deserve a translation not some unknowns from cultur’a pays vie or bcbg.
I agree even the first part didn’t get a translation smh.