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Another thing if the singers by a miracle have a chance to at least have one vocal muta wana BB J3 better NOT be one of them.

i dont  know if koffi changed his mind after his spat with cindy which almost got him fired but he had a duet with koffi for one of his donors of switzerland
So you’re telling me Faux Chanteur wana was going to do a duet whilst my guy Asso Ferrari STILL hasn’t had a vocal since Longitima?? What a joke.

Another thing if the singers by a miracle have a chance to at least have one vocal muta wana BB J3 better NOT be one of them.   

Another Abacadabra & 13eme apôtre in the making with over 20 songs and 98% of forgettable songs with Cindy all over them.

Congolese Music / Re: Loi or Effrakata
« on: June 19, 2021, 03:03 »
I love both albums dearly but Effrakata is much better. The only advantage Loi has over Effrakata was the chorus of Sam, Modogo, Suzuki and Bouro. But everything about Effrakata was better than Loi, Loi Generique is the most famous generique of all time and if Congo were serious about royalties like in the states, UK and everwhere else than guys like Mboshi, Somono, Lebou, Champion, Binda Bass and Pathy would never have to work again in their life and could easily live off the generique from royalties because of how its on replay and so on.

I may not like Marchouse but I do agree with what he said, he spoke nothing but facts.


Congolese Music / Re: What are yall listening to ?
« on: June 16, 2021, 17:28 »


The VHS version was definitely better than the CD version, the Sebenes were more aggressive a bit faster and just overall I liked the songs more on the vhs. The VHS it’s more of Willy Bula doing the animation and showing his talent, whilst in the CD it’s a bit of both of Willy and Koffi. The CD is still really good on its own though.
I wish Koffi released the VHS version of the album as the CD instead or just separately because the Videos on Youtube are of decent quality but nowhere near the actual CD quality

Style Kapaya is way better then the felly quartier Latin style of play. The style of felly is sometimes super boring and bland.
It’s not that much better now, Kapaya’s style is overused and every group does it whilst back in the day everyone did their own thing. Felly’s style is a bit bland but back in his prime he was really good

« on: June 15, 2021, 15:06 »
Sounds like a song that would’ve been in BEK

lol i caught myself singing "soki yo nde ndaku yakolalela ehh" like in cle boa before the singers  start
Me too that’s why I said it  ;D ;D

« on: June 15, 2021, 13:26 »
Sounds like a song that would’ve been in BEK

He’s actually a good soloist, I’ve watched his tutorials on YouTube he’s good. I think I was too harsh on him when he was in F’Victeam because I was missing Alva.

Congolese Music / Re: FIRE AT STUDIO NDIAYE
« on: June 13, 2021, 07:11 »
This is sad 95% of génériques from 2003 were recorded there, plus many legendary songs. Artists show pitch in to help Ingénieur full JP Kys for all he’s done for them

Masta @CM Prince I know joked about being tired of that electric drumset, but i didn’t expect this

Ah, African fire departments… showing up to the joint well after it’s been burnt to a crisp
Oh yeah absolutely we’ve spoken about the electric drums but none of us wanted this. Hopefully artists will pitch in but knowing their mentality I wouldn’t hold my breath.
Never forget this is the studio where we got the legendary Tindika Lokito, Alerte Générale, Longitima Skol to name a few.

Willy Bula didn’t really had drugproblems in Quartier Latin. It was just that he & Suzuki used to use it alot. Like the way later Lola Muana & Bouro Mpela were the drugslords in Effrakata-generation. Willy Bula & Suzuki became really addicted when they were in Europe in the 2000s. I guess that it was due to them not having fame anymore and it affecting them psychologically with the drugs making it worser. If there was Facebook & Instagram at that time they would have been exposed multiple times on social media.
Damn I can't imagine how hard the 2000's was for them. It was hard at that for congolese artist to have a sucessful solo career with le Carré Magique dominating the game.
At least Suzuki tried with Décompte Final but Willy Bula went quickly quiet when he ran away in Europe in 1999 he didn't even try to release an album i don't know if he ever did a featuring.
One of my cousins saw Willy in Brussels in the 2000s and he told me Willy looked like he was on drugs. Willy totally fell of the radar after Poison, he was seen in Blaise Bula’s interview in 2002 and then he stayed out of the spotlight until he visited Blaise at his concert Brussels after Balia ngando.
Suzuki himself completely disappeared after leaving Academia I remember seeing him again when he visited a Bcbg concert along with Fally, Shella and co.
I don’t even know what they could’ve done.

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