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Messages - jeantwatwa

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I've always said Congolese women are some of the most beautiful in the world, both these women despite their issues and age are testament to that. Anyways, let's hope the whole issue between them fizzles out eventually.

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Congolese Music / Re: IS THERE A NAME FOR THIS STYLE OF SINGING?
« on: September 21, 2021, 06:36 »
I was always fond of his father Dindo Yogo, Mokili exchanger is a Congolese classic right up there with Ebale Ya Zaire.

But, Lola Muana... everytime he sings I'm reminded of a sick goat. Maybe he tries too hard to imitate the father.

Ahahahahahah. Come on bro. Poor Lola


lol, just facts bro. Even Lola's brother does a better job of the "La Voix Cassée" style of singing.

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Congolese Music / Re: IS THERE A NAME FOR THIS STYLE OF SINGING?
« on: September 20, 2021, 20:46 »
I was always fond of his father Dindo Yogo, Mokili exchanger is a Congolese classic right up there with Ebale Ya Zaire.

But, Lola Muana... everytime he sings I'm reminded of a sick goat. Maybe he tries too hard to imitate the father.

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If only one could give negative stars

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Congolese Music / Re: Fabro and Brigade: Ambiance Pure
« on: September 17, 2021, 17:34 »
Great to see Briage in good form  8).

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Congolese Music / Re: Famille Royale - Yesu (Clip Officiel)
« on: September 14, 2021, 09:36 »
Without the sebene that song is worth nothing. Pastor Celestino must be rolling in his grave at this very lazy hommage. looks like more effort was put into making sure everybody wore black outfits. In conclusion they could've done better...

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In Maison Mere, Cappucino was the undisputed leader in dancing and I see a future for him, he just needs to be patient. Giving toxic interviews ain't the best way to promote himself. Nigga needs to layoff the skin bleaching as well, its 2021 for goodness sake.

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But, what about that time when Koffi visited La Zamba together with Fally ?.... maybe it's just a cultural norm to have beef

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Maybe Koffi had impregnated one of Werrason's dancers.

Anybody else with a better answer ?????

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Congolese Music / Re: Forum outage
« on: September 04, 2021, 14:07 »
Hello everyone!

The forum had a technical error and had to be put on a break. Now things are reinstated and the board is reopened, but further maintenance breaks can be expected in the near future. Some data was lost, the posts from the 27th of August were deleted, so if you don't find  topics from that point, don't be surprised. People who registered after the 26th of August will need to register again.

If you experience any errors, please report it in this topic.

Cheers,
The admins

Well done, the hardworking behind the scenes is appreciated.

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This is a good moment. I hope that Ferre and Werrason can find a way to patch their issues. I want Werrason on Ferre's album Dynastie where Ferre can choose a song to sing with Werra only.

Werre will only ruin the song, remember he can't sing, unless its mabanga....

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No bro, Madilu System should be on this list...
You make a interesting statement. Madilu was able to sing high at times but he was naturally second voice. In fact many people will compare him to Pepe Kalle. Now with OK Jazz, when he sang with others, he would sing low usually with other OK Jazz singers. But with Franco however, he was able to sing high largely due to Franco allowing Madilu to sing high on their harmonies.

Exactly my point, his most famous song with Franco is "Mario", and yes he was singing high (and not on weed). Its only fair to take judge from the perspective of his most famous songs.Remember, I'm not claiming he should be number one...but he does deserve a place on that list.

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I need popcorns for this one  ;D ;D ;D

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No bro, Madilu System should be on this list...

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Sucks big time bro, I grew up listening to his playful style.

Seems it’s not his first time being hospitalized oversea’s. About, 3 years ago he was hospitalized in the states for a month. Luckily the Congolese diaspora is quiet big there, and he recovered well.

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