Author Topic: Ado Yuhe & Gode Lofombo (Talking about Pepe Kalle, Maison Mere & Delta Force)  (Read 1986 times)

Mfumu Vata on: November 11, 2020, 20:37

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archos #1 on: November 11, 2020, 22:19

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lofombo is such a great story teller,and one thing i love with him you can hear the same story 10 years after with the same names and everything,most musicians can say during their career 10 versions of a same story lol
shows how honest he is because to repeat exactly things like that it means you are talking the truth

archos #2 on: November 11, 2020, 22:37

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https://www.dailymotion.com/video/xkqt8j

more than 9 years ago,feels like the same interview,except the details of maison mere

Mfumu Vata #3 on: November 12, 2020, 00:22

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I never understood the story of  Delta Force after Pepe Kalle's death ? They need to interview guys like Strelly Mikobi, John Scott and co to know the truth. Lofombo says that he doesn't have a problem with Dokolos, but why did Dokolos join Djuna Mumbafu in his new band that recruited Zagalo, Papy Rebelle, Jitrois, Djudju-chet's little brother Angelo (RIP) and co. ?

Wenge1995 #4 on: November 12, 2020, 01:11

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archos #5 on: November 12, 2020, 01:46

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I never understood the story of  Delta Force after Pepe Kalle's death ? They need to interview guys like Strelly Mikobi, John Scott and co to know the truth. Lofombo says that he doesn't have a problem with Dokolos, but why did Dokolos join Djuna Mumbafu in his new band that recruited Zagalo, Papy Rebelle, Jitrois, Djudju-chet's little brother Angelo (RIP) and co. ?

maybe because he was thinking that djouna's side was more promising (more backed with donors),dokolos being a midget was important to have since it represented "heritage of pepe kalle",you'll notice even boeing with empire fondation took him until if i am not mistaken he went to europe with djuna
some like z angela sambao if thats how his name was actually spelled(vieux djudju's brother) went with djuna having cambodge who was back up becoming number 1 with lofombo
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Mfumu Vata #6 on: November 12, 2020, 11:23

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The same Cambodge who lied in Ado Yuhe's show (back in 2013) to have played drums in Cocktail and years later came back in Ado Yuhe's show to say that he joined Delta Force after Pepe Kalle's death.

Dokolos joined Empire Fondation, because there was a time that Djuna abandoned the band after the missed Europe tour (he went to settle in Europe) and it was with the same Empire Fondation that he went to Europe along with Jolie Bebe, Desouza and co but he ran away like the whole band, then years later reunited with Djuna when Djuna was about to shoot those Tonerre de Brest videoclips.

Thinking about Delta Force it was a shame that they split so quick. They had alot of succes because of Cocktail and they could have been a danger to the carre magique that was just about to close the door.
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Mfumu Vata #7 on: November 12, 2020, 19:11

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But about that "Ninja-affaire" wasn't it that Marie Paul and Pepe Kalle argued about the Roi Soleil-nickname? Because if I remember wel the Ninja-Affaire was Koffi Olomide when being interviewed by I think Thierry Pinzi and everybody being mad about him having said that about Pepe Kalle.

The Pentagone-album really changed alot on the Congolese music-scene. But alot of people don't really put it on the list of one of the most influent albums. That album really killed the career of many atalaku's that were animating like Ekokota, Beevans and Djuna, all band recruiting atalaku's who were animating like Kaludji and using the distortion-mode on the lead-guitar and aggresive sebenes started to be outdated (despite that it would still be played the years after it)
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Drumstar98 #8 on: November 13, 2020, 10:35

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I'm surprised how Empire Bakuba success was down in 96-97 and the Ninja outfits they wore that after they release Full Option. And Full Option was the last duo album of Pepe Kalle and Papy Tex. I could see why Dilu Dilumona never participated.

Mfumu Vata #9 on: November 14, 2020, 00:23

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I'm surprised how Empire Bakuba success was down in 96-97 and the Ninja outfits they wore that after they release Full Option. And Full Option was the last duo album of Pepe Kalle and Papy Tex. I could see why Dilu Dilumona never participated.

The Congolese music-scene changed with Kibinda Nkoy and Wenge's Pentagone album. People didn't like the old way of animating anymore the way Djuna, Ekokota, Nono and Beevans were doing (the school of Kintambo). They prefered the way Kaludji was doing the animation. That's also why Zaiko Lang Langa had the same problems from 1996 until the release of Nous Y Sommes. Didn't you hear Lofombo explaining the influence of Kaluji and that people started to mock Empire's way of animating, Desouza at some moment jumping in the animation and wrestler Edingwe once being so mad about Empire's animation, that he went on stage and threatening Djuna Mumbafu on stage, saying that they killed their band.

According to Djuna Mumbafu, Djuna himself came with that idea to come with that Nindja-concept. Because they were down and were looking something new. People were complaining about their musicians being old, etc. But the concept didn't really work, because they album was not really well received. In an interview Djuna Mumbafu made with Popol Mukelenge, Djuna explained that it's from that videoclip of Pesa Wax that "he" came with the idea of recruiting the musicians of Delta Force (Lofombo's version about the creation of Delta Force is very different).

Drumstar98 #10 on: November 14, 2020, 09:26

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Ah everyone has their different versions of the creation of Delta Force ????But edingwe threatening Djuna Mumbafu shocked me.

archos #11 on: November 14, 2020, 12:48

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djuna and lof have ego issues since the days of delta force which is why even at maisha they were also invited among artists having to reconcile,but until today they seem to never have managed it so their versions will always be opposite  but one thing i credit to lof is that his version is consistent,everytime over 10+ years he'd told the story its the same structure of the events 

Mfumu Vata #12 on: November 14, 2020, 18:58

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After Maisha Parc they had to record a remix album of Pepe Kalle's songs and prepare an event for Pepe Kalle's 7th anniversary. But it went wrong because Djouna went to fight with Lofombo in the studio and Lofombo stopping with the project, saying that he would never talk with him again.

Werrasonique de Zimbabwe #13 on: November 16, 2020, 21:36

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SLY PAPA NA KEVIN #14 on: November 16, 2020, 21:41

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Is there a translation to this interview?
Werra, boni ndeko. Am back in Gloucester,we should talk and link up after the lockdown,
LE BIG BOSS