Author Topic: HERITIER WATA GÉNÉRIQUE MI ANGE MI DEMON Extrait  (Read 4275 times)

Jeffrey Sirjeza Sibanda #15 on: December 05, 2020, 20:47

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True Manzambi..... Good to hear from you.......... Ambulance is not good for number 1 atalaku, he aint that strong.

O-Afrika #16 on: December 05, 2020, 21:57

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Crisp and Clean solo by Japonnais though some breaks should have been smoother ..

JV “Lone Ranger” #17 on: December 05, 2020, 22:16

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True Manzambi..... Good to hear from you.......... Ambulance is not good for number 1 atalaku, he aint that strong.

What about Eclipse as a number 1? 1er voix atalakus can be number 1s....botika biso na Wata  ;D oyo eza Maison Mere 2
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archos #18 on: December 05, 2020, 22:44

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full generique

G7 partitions, Brigade cries partitions I don't know why but Ambulance sounds way less aggressive than the usual what happened? After the two minutes mark the Générique soins like a mesh up of old success of underground artist like Brigade and G7 so I am disappointed

 Bro its not only ambulance on that generique its ambulance then gradel and heritier then plata at the end,the brigade part you mentioned which was in his first post maison mere generique is gradel's creation so surely he came with it to team wata and it happens that leaders dont have a clue its been done already there are easily 5 10 examples like that or more
it seems like heritier does to fancy the other side of ambulance he sees him more like a tenor while it seems many people prefer when ambulance is more into rough voice

archos #19 on: December 06, 2020, 00:46

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lol i am having in my head on the matela part japonais giving partition to the session bassist "tudududududu kin tududududududu kin"

JV “Lone Ranger” #20 on: December 06, 2020, 01:27

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lol i am having in my head on the matela part japonais giving partition to the session bassist "tudududududu kin tududududududu kin"

It seems like this generique has a lot of Brigade’s old stuff and similarities....for example the “matela” sounds just like Brigade’s crie in “Nouvelle formule” generique from 1:56 and “Zone rouge” also got robbed with a crie from 1:11.





Watch out for Brigade to do 100 interview to mention this and throw a lot of shots  :...also Bercy will tell us which crie is his from the generique lol exciting month  ;D

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archos #21 on: December 06, 2020, 02:42

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bro the guy who brought that in was a private animation seller to brigade like identite was surely explains why he took it there,many atalakus do that when that animation was not much viral in their previous group they'll re-use it
 that mami mami mama  yo yoyo  ambulance was doing it when he arrived in maison mere and prince d'angola if i am not mistaken already used it in one of his many(no offense) unnoticed releases

philipkafuto #22 on: December 06, 2020, 04:25

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From a instrumental standpoint this generique sounds like it will be very good

SLY PAPA NA KEVIN #23 on: December 06, 2020, 09:23

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I love it, nice and easy with everything on point, good to dance to in a club by people of all ages. I love that lady,she's wild, first time seeing a woman who enjoys seben and and animation. ;D
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archos #24 on: December 06, 2020, 11:06

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Been privileged to listen a little bit to half at least of cd1 a bit during this night and mannn i am impressed,he made a real effort
and his list of guest is quite impressive
in chorus he took some of the chorus experts of paris,and had to take rio in kin but rio's files apparently disappeared while transferring files along with one olivier vocal
on guitars alvarito,beniko popolipo,caen madoka
on bass lofombo, and jeremie kongolo one of the best bassists of gospel music in congo
on drums  having on that album djudjuchet,titina alcapone,champion djikapela,seguin,cambodge
on mbonda jimmy,shora and ali 
wata had the plan to record  a wenge 4X4 like song done by kibens long ago but unused due to split,but had it super hard to get makaba
man has been declining offers for fun

CM PRINCE #25 on: December 06, 2020, 11:19

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Been privileged to listen a little bit to half at least of cd1 a bit during this night and mannn i am impressed,he made a real effort
and his list of guest is quite impressive
in chorus he took some of the chorus experts of paris,and had to take rio in kin but rio's files apparently disappeared while transferring files along with one olivier vocal
on guitars alvarito,beniko popolipo,caen madoka
on bass lofombo, and jeremie kongolo one of the best bassists of gospel music in congo
on drums  having on that album djudjuchet,titina alcapone,champion djikapela,seguin,cambodge
on mbonda jimmy,shora and ali 
wata had the plan to record  a wenge 4X4 like song done by kibens long ago but unused due to split,but had it super hard to get makaba
man has been declining offers for fun
Does he use those electric drums or the real drumset? Also does he have Sebene songs? And why’s Makaba been declining offers over their years?

archos #26 on: December 06, 2020, 11:30

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real drums except the song with debordo leekunfa which sounded like electronic since it was done with a coupe decale artist
i think there is one or two on the second volume if its maintained because they did 35 songs or something like that from which him and monsoh picked
i think makaba is having it hard to get over  the pain of post wenge split and how him and masela were the least fairly rewarded compared to the 4 singers who all at least once in their post wenge career had 100K in their hands and the way he was not supported in his project to install kin's biggest studio and was actually given so much complications that he abandoned the project,only blaise bula who remained his closest friend  gets him to work
for several years i hear from cousins in belgium that he'd get pissed just by hearing that name of wenge and literally forced himself to go fully into jazz and so on to be away of congolese universe

JV “Lone Ranger” #27 on: December 06, 2020, 13:20

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real drums except the song with debordo leekunfa which sounded like electronic since it was done with a coupe decale artist
i think there is one or two on the second volume if its maintained because they did 35 songs or something like that from which him and monsoh picked
i think makaba is having it hard to get over  the pain of post wenge split and how him and masela were the least fairly rewarded compared to the 4 singers who all at least once in their post wenge career had 100K in their hands and the way he was not supported in his project to install kin's biggest studio and was actually given so much complications that he abandoned the project,only blaise bula who remained his closest friend  gets him to work
for several years i hear from cousins in belgium that he'd get pissed just by hearing that name of wenge and literally forced himself to go fully into jazz and so on to be away of congolese universe

I didn’t realise Makaba resents Wenge this bad.

Nkosi #28 on: December 06, 2020, 17:04

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Excellent workfrom Wata Plus! The boy has arrived!!!!!

CM PRINCE #29 on: December 06, 2020, 17:28

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real drums except the song with debordo leekunfa which sounded like electronic since it was done with a coupe decale artist
i think there is one or two on the second volume if its maintained because they did 35 songs or something like that from which him and monsoh picked
i think makaba is having it hard to get over  the pain of post wenge split and how him and masela were the least fairly rewarded compared to the 4 singers who all at least once in their post wenge career had 100K in their hands and the way he was not supported in his project to install kin's biggest studio and was actually given so much complications that he abandoned the project,only blaise bula who remained his closest friend  gets him to work
for several years i hear from cousins in belgium that he'd get pissed just by hearing that name of wenge and literally forced himself to go fully into jazz and so on to be away of congolese universe

I didn’t realise Makaba resents Wenge this bad.
Makaba has himself to blame to be honest, The  guy literally spent most of his time in Europe when 4x4 were together and after when Bcbg was formed, what did he think was gonna happen? He also disappeared after he left Bcbg and only released one album Ya Ku Dominer, and when Ghost again. He should've just stayed active and he'd have got the reward he rightfully deserves.