Author Topic: FALLY CELEBRATING 15 YEAR ANNIVERSARY SINCE THE RELEASE OF DROIT CHEMIN  (Read 661 times)

CM PRINCE on: June 10, 2021, 17:52

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archos #1 on: June 10, 2021, 18:04

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a transitional album in the history of our music,a bit like feux de l'amour the decade earlier
strong album overall
haha this guy knows propaganda,he pulled the perfect speech to keep his fanatics remaining fanatics,and  his fans appreciating the journey

CM PRINCE #2 on: June 10, 2021, 20:10

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a transitional album in the history of our music,a bit like feux de l'amour the decade earlier
strong album overall
haha this guy knows propaganda,he pulled the perfect speech to keep his fanatics remaining fanatics,and  his fans appreciating the journey
Yeah both Feux de L’amour and Droit Chemin changed the landscape in music a lot because with Jb it lead to Wenge split and helped the Ndombolo dance become insanely popular and Droit Chemin it lead to QL split and made loads of guys from the 5th generation dream of releasing a solo album and also that bs excuse guys use to leave a group “I’m still in the group I’m just doing solo projects” also songs like Orgazy started the trend for those type of songs lmao.