jeudi 29 octobre 2009


Mes ami(e)s parce que je ne vous appelle plus fan, parce que vous faites parties de ma vie maintenant, je me portes bien, encré dans les finitions des clips qui doivent sortir avant le concert de l'année 2010 je cite le Zentih de Paris, je voulais juste vous annoncer que je viens de faire un tour sur le moteur de recherche yahoo, imaginez vous que grâce à vous tous je suis dans le Top 10 de la semaine dans les recherches.
Merci aller sur YAHOO et vous verrez

Yahoo! Search - Le top de la semaine

  1. hernie discale
  2. M.J This is it
  3. Miranda Kerr
  4. Ségolène Royal
  5. Corneille
  1. Robert Badinter
  2. Villepin
  3. Dragan Stojkovic
  4. Fally Ipupa
  5. Enrique Iglesias
My friend (s) because I no longer call you a fan, because you're part of my life now, I am well, inked in finishes of clips that need to leave before the concert of 2010 I quote Zentih Paris, I just wanted to tell you that I just have a look on the yahoo search engine, imagine that with all of you I'm in the Top 10 this week in research.
Thank you go on Yahoo and you will see

lundi 19 octobre 2009


Moi et une chanteuse Sud Africaine

Akon et Moi

Me voici après des beaux moments passés au Kenya, je vous donne un petit resumé en Anglais désolé pour les lecteurs francophones, vous vivez ça en live .


Johannesburg/Nairobi, 14 October 2009: Africa is still pumping to the beat of Africa's biggest and best celebration of musical talent - the MTV Africa Music Awards (MAMA) with Zain - the awards show that highlighted African contemporary music to the world and proved how great it is!

Celebrations are still continuing in Nigeria, Ghana, South Africa and Kenya after glittering show on 10 October 2009, which saw award victories for Nameless, Amani, D'Banj, Zebra & Giraffe, M.I., Samini, 2Face, HHP and Lucky Dube. Amateur singer Patricke-Stevie Moungondo won the award for My Video - the first win ever for Congo Brazzaville.

If you missed the party in Nairobi at last weekend you can still get a flava of what went down by checking out the broadcast of the MTV Africa Music Awards with Zain on DStv and partner stations AIT (Nigeria), STV (Nigeria), CTV (Kenya), WBS (Uganda), TBC1 (Tanzania), TV3 (Ghana), ZNBC (Zambia), RTGA (DRC) and SLBS (Sierra Leone) from 17 October. Among the highlights to look forward to are a music and dance faceoff between Kenyan divas Wahu and Amani, an extraordinary mash up between alternative rockers Zebra & Giraffe and SA hip hop icon Da LES, a haunting version of Akon's 'Beautiful', a moving reggae tribute to late great Reggae icon Lucky Dube by Wyclef Jean and the electrifying finale featuring all the artists singing together on Michael Jackson’s ‘Wanna Be Starting Something’.

From the moment he roars into the Kasarani on a tricked up a pimped-up neon-lit Matatu to the astonishing tickertape finale, MAMA host Wyclef Jean holds the audience in the palm of his hand, in a tour de force of MC-ing. Not content with hosting a complex 3-hour show and performing some of his most well known hits Jean also finds time to enter into a macho push-up test with Akon, indulge in banter with Kenya supermodel Ajuma Nasenyana and perform a somersault stage dive into the audience.

The party has only just stopped rolling in Kenya, host city to the Awards after the joyous celebration of African music and culture wrapped up and rolled out of town. The MAMAs show was celebrated in style by artists celebrities and music fans at a series of parties in Kenya before and after the show. The hottest parties were at the Blue Times and The Loft on Saturday 10 October and at Blue Times on Friday 9 October where Wyclef Jean leapt on stage for an impromptu live performance alongside artists from around the continent.

Behind-the-scenes footage, red carpet fashion, winners’ reactions, gossip and chat from the MAMAs will also feature in What Went Down premiering on DStv on 7 November at 20:00 CAT.

The MTV Africa Music Awards with Zain will air on DStv and MTV partner networks AIT (Nigeria), STV (Nigeria), CTV (Kenya), WBS (Uganda), TBC1 (Tanzania), TV3 (Ghana), ZNBC (Zambia), RTGA (DRC) and SLBS (Sierra Leone) from 17 October 2009; it will also air on MTVNHD, MTV Network International’s high definition TV service which launched in September 2008, and which is currently available in 21 countries worldwide (Argentina, Belgium, Caribbean Islands, Chile, Columbia, Denmark, Ecuador, Finland, France, Germany, Hungary, Israel, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Russia, Sweden, Switzerland, Venezuela, Uruguay, UK & Ireland).

The MTV Africa Music Awards with Zain premieres in sub-Saharan Africa at the following times and dates:






Angola, Benin, Botswana, Burkina Faso, Burundi, Cape Verde, Cameroon, Comores, Congo West, Cote D’ivoire, Democratic Republic of Congo, Equatorial Guinea, Gabon, The Gambia, Ghana, Guinea, Guinea Bissau, Kenya, Liberia, Lesotho, Madagascar, Malawi, Mali, Mauritius, Mozambique, Namibia, Niger, Nigeria, Rwanda, Sao Tome, Senegal, Sierre Leone,

South Africa, Swaziland, Tanzania, Togo, Uganda, Zambia, Zimbabwe

17 October

19.00 CAT



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For further information on the MTV Africa Music Awards with Zain please go to or, join the MTV base Facebook fanpage at MTV-BASE@Facebook or follow our tweets at Twitter on


Alison Reid
Director, Communications
MTV Networks Africa
Tel: + 33 385 59 6771

About MTV Networks Africa

MTV Networks Africa is a pan-African music and entertainment platform which is responsible for broadcasting Viacom music, kids and entertainment channels in sub-Saharan Africa. The network distributes MTV, VH1, MTV base and Nickelodeon. Part of MTVNI's Emerging Markets group, MTV Networks Africa reaches in excess of 90 million TV viewers in sub-Saharan Africa via a combination of pay-tv and terrestrial distribution. The network also includes the dynamic online portal

MTVNI’s Emerging Markets Group is one of the fastest growing regions in the company’s portfolio of multi-platform businesses. The Emerging Markets Group manages 30 television channels, 32 websites, one video portal and four mobile TV channels encompassing the MTV, VH1, Nickelodeon, VIVA and Comedy Central and COLORS brands in Central & Eastern Europe, Russia, Africa, the Middle East and India. Additionally, the Emerging Markets portfolio includes MTVNHD, MTVNI’s first international high definition channel dedicated to music and kids which is operated by the Emerging Markets Group of behalf of MTVNI. MTVNI is owned by Viacom Inc (NYSE: VIA, VIA.B)

About Zain

Zain is a leading telecommunications operator across the Middle East and Africa providing mobile voice and data services to 69.5 million active customers as at 30 June 2009. In terms of country footprint, Zain is the 3rd largest mobile operator in the world with a commercial presence in 24 countries.

Zain operates in the following countries: Bahrain, Burkina Faso, Chad, the Republic of the Congo, the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Gabon, Ghana, Iraq, Jordan, Kenya, Kuwait, Malawi, Madagascar, Niger, Nigeria, Palestine (currently known as Paltel Group), Saudi Arabia, Sierra Leone, Sudan, Tanzania, Uganda and Zambia. In Lebanon, the company manages ‘mtc-touch’ on behalf of the government. In Morocco, Zain owns 31% of Wana Telecom through a joint venture.

Zain offers innovative services in its markets such as ‘One Network’, the world’s first borderless mobile telecommunications network enabling Zain customers when abroad to receive calls and sms without charge and to make voice and data calls at local rates throughout 22 countries in Africa and the Middle East. This service allows a customer when abroad to top up with airtime bought in their home country or from more than 1,000,000 outlets within Zain’s One Network footprint.

The Zain brand is wholly owned by Mobile Telecommunications Company KSC, which is listed on the Kuwait Stock Exchange (Stock ticker: ZAIN). Zain is listed in the Financial Times’ Global 500 Index which ranks the world’s largest companies based on market capitalization ( Zain aims to become one of the top ten mobile operators in the world by end of the year 2011. For more, please visit or email

vendredi 9 octobre 2009

A me

Coucou à vous tous, je ne cesserai de vous dire merci pour tout ce que vous faites pour moi depuis que nous avons commencé notre chemin ensemble, là je suis à Nairobi au Kenya pour la soirée MTV Africa Music Awards demain où je presterai pendant la soirée.
Voici aussi un extrait de mon concert de présentation de l'album de l'été 2009 A2BM à Kinshasa, en présence des mes amis KRYS, FANNY et MOKOBE que je remercie encore pour leur visite et leur participation.


Hey you all, I will not stop saying thank you for everything you do for me since we began our journey together, there I am in Nairobi, Kenya for the MTV Africa Music Awards tomorrow where I will produce in scene for the occasion. Here is also an excerpt from my concert presenting the album in summer 2009 A2BM in Kinshasa, in the company of my friends KRYS, FANNY and MOKOBE I still thank them for their visit and participation.