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Fally Ipupa
Fally Ipupa
Full name Faustin Ipupa N’simba
Also known as Dicap la merveille, El pibe de oro, El Maravilloso, 3x Hustler, El Rey Mago, Champions love,Fally Ipupa
Birthday/Birthplace (1977-12-14) December 14, 1977
Kinshasa, Democratic Republic of the Congo
Genre(s) Ndombolo, soukous, rumba, R&B
  • singer
  • dancer
  • songwriter
  • record producer
  • record executive
  • philanthropist
Instruments Guitar, Vocal
Active Years 1999–present
Record Labels F-Victeam, ROCKSTAR4000, Obouo Music, Universal A-Z
Worked with
  • Olivia
  • Koffi Olomide
  • David Monsoh
  • Bigg masta G (Muana Mboka)
  • Youssou N’Dour
  • Salif Keita
  • Icha Kavons
  • 2face Idibia
  • Youssoupha
  • Passi
  • Flavour
  • Lynnsha
  • Lokua Kanza
  • DJ Arafat
  • Mokobé
  • Booba
  • R.kelly
  • Keri Hilson
  • Eve

Fally Ipupa Nsimba is a Congolese singer, songwriter and producer.

Born on December 14, 1977 in the capital of the Democratic Republic of Congo, Kinsasa, he starts in several small street groups, where he is discovered by Koffi Olomidé, who is part of his group Quartier Latin, where he will remain seven. years.

In 2006, he signed for Obouo Music and published his first album Droit Chemin.

Get international hits with world songs like Chaise électrique, Sexy Dance, Sweet Life or Original.

Fally Ipupa’s Biography

Childhood and beginnings in music (1977-1992)

Kinshasa, city in which Fally Ipupa grew up.

Fally Ipupa Nsimba was born in Kinshasa, DRC. He grew up in the Bandalungwa neighborhood, home of the Wenge Musica group, and during his childhood, Fally Ipupa was extremely shy due to his stuttering and lisping, which can be seen in some of his songs.

Street groups (1992-1997)

Between 1992 and 1993, he started playing music on the street in the group Flash Succes. Later, between 1995 and 1996, he joined the group Kibinda Nkoy, with Papy Kakol, Seguin Mignon Maniata and others. But the group had to split because they were too many and Fally went with Seguin and other members, creating New Alliance.

Talents Latents (1997)

In 1997, he joined the group Talents Latents created by Mosain Malanda and Faustin Djata. The group records the album La Nouvelle Vague and makes appearances on television. The song Courte de Fally has some popularity. Several of its members leave the orchestra to create Quartier Latin Académia in Paris.

Quartier Latin International (1999-2006)

Fally Ipupa joins the Quartier Latin International orchestra at the beginning of 1999, hired by Koffi Olomidé, where, due to his voice and dance steps, he will become the main star of the group. In February 2000, the group released their album Force de frappe, whose biggest success is Éternellement, sung in duet by Koffi Olomide and Fally Ipupa. In 2003, he signed one of the songs of the double album Affaire d’État by Koffi Olomidé. And in 2004, Koffi Olomidé released a solo album, Arab World, which highlights Fally in songs like Essili and Eputsha.

A year later, he participates in the maxisingle Boma nga no elengi as well as in the recording of the group’s album Danger de Mort.

Droit chemin (2006)

Fally Ipupa signs with Obouo Music, of the Ivorian David Monsoh, politically confronted with Koffi. Fally works with some musicians from the Quartier Latin orchestra (guitarists, percussionists …) and the arranger Maîka Munan. On June 10, 2006, he commercializes the album Droit Chemin, which will earn him the prize of best male performer of the year during the 2007 edition of the Césaire de la Musique, the title of Best African Male Artist the same year in the Kora Awards and a gold record.

With the success obtained, Fally definitively leaves the group and begins his solo career, and on April 7, 2007 he gives a concert at the Olympia in Paris.

Arsenal de belles mélodies (2009)

In 2007, Fally Ipupa begins to work on his album, Arsenal de belles mélodies, which leaves on June 25, 2009 in France also at Obouo Music. It contains 16 tracks with two collaborations, especially of the American singer Olivia, in Chaise électrique and of the Antillean rapper Krys, in Sexy Dance.

On June 11, 2011, he participates in Nuit africaine at the Stade de France with other African stars.

Power “Kosa Leka” (2013)

His third solo album, Power “Kosa Leka”, is published on April 4, 2013, with titles such as Ndoki, Bruce, Anissa, Terminator, Sweet Life, Service and the generic Hustler is Back. A week after the release of his third album, on April 11, 2013, he signs a contract for three international albums with AZ, subsidiary of the best Universal Music Group.

Participates in the MTV Africa All Stars with artists such as Snoop Dogg, 2Cara Idibia, Flavor before more than 15,000 spectators on May 18, 2013 at the Moses-Mabhida Stadium in Durban.

On May 5, 2014 the clip of its new Original title comes out, where you can see the singers of zouk Lynnsha and Fanny J and the basketball player of the Oklahoma City Thunder, Serge Ibaka, dance the song. < /p>

Win in the Afrimma in Tiled, in the category Best artist of Central Africa in July 2014 and Fally Ipupa goes to Washington, in the framework of the summit United States-Africa, concentration for which Barack Obama has invited 47 leaders Africans from 4 to 6 August 2014 with the aim of strengthening the links between the United States and Africa. There are a dozen African artists, among which Fally Ipupa is the only invited artist from Central Africa. < /p>

F’Victeam: Free parcours (2015)

With his group F’Victeam, Libre parcours departs on March 10, 2015 in Paris, on March 13 in Kinshasa and on March 22 in the United Kingdom. It contains twenty-three titles distributed in three CDs, of which seven titles in featuring with Fally: one with Shella Mputu and another with Christelle Ntesa Lova.

On April 18, 2015, Ipupa is invited by the World Bank to the Global Citizen Earth Day in Washington. This event aims to put an end to extreme poverty in the world and also to find solutions to solve climate change.

He gives a concert on the National Mall to more than 250,000 people. After his stay in the United States, he participates in the eighth edition of the Anoumabo Urban Music Festival (FEMUA) in Abidjan, Costa de Ivory, on April 25 and 26. Fally Ipupa with his group F’Victeam gives a tour of the United States between August 8 and September 6, 2015 in the cities of Embaldosaste, Houston, Portland, Atlanta , Minneapolis, Washington DC and New York.

Quatorze (2017)

In 2016, he prepares his album Quatorze, which has this title because of his 10-year solo career (2006-2016), this being his fourth album (10 + 4 = 14). Fally Ipupa releases the single Kiname, in featuring with the French rapper Booba. The title is a reference in Kinshasa, capital of Congo (DRC), where it originated, and Paname, nickname in Paris slang. This song is a mixture of musical genres at the intersection of ndombolo, afrobeat and rap. The single is very successful.

Participate in rapper MHD’s first album, on Ma vie.

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