Synonyms for fally or Related words with fally

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Examples of "fally"
Raimund Engel, co-founder of the WSO, is Managing Director and Erich Mayer-Fally is Medical Director.
The group credit their major inspirations from classic artists like Fela to modern contemporary artists like Fally Ipupa.
On July 31, 2012, Flavour released the first single "Kwarikwa Remix" featuring Fally Ipupa. The music video for the single was shot and directed in the United States by Godfather Production. Fally Ipupa's scenes were shot in a studio, while the rest of the video was shot at residential locations. Masterkraft also made a cameo appearance in the video.
"Ndoki" is a song recorded by Congolese singer Fally Ipupa, from his third studio album "Power "Kosa Leka"" (2013). Ipupa released the single on Youtube, on April 4, 2013. It is the second single by Fally Ipupa to be remixed by rapper Bigg masta G (Muana Mboka).
Fally Ipupa N'simba (born December 14, 1977), known by his stage name Fally Ipupa, is a DR Congolese singer-songwriter, dancer, philanthropist, guitarist and producer. From 1999 until 2006, he was a member of Quartier Latin International, the music band formed in 1986 by Koffi Olomidé.
"Arsenal De Belles Melodies" (French for "arsenal of beautiful melodies") is the second studio album by Congolese singer Fally Ipupa. It was released on June 22, 2009 and contains 16 tracks. It is the second album by Fally Ipupa to be produced by David Monsoh.
He won his second gold drive through this album with over 100,000 copies sold, including 40,000 in one week, a record for a Congolese artist. On 16 May 2009, during "Creole Night", an event organized by the group Kassav, Fally gives a moving performance and ignites the Stade de France filled with 90,000 people. The event also supported the group "LamusiK". Fally and "LamusiK" worked on a project; "Young Star." Fally booked a recital at the Zenith de Paris on 2 January 2010, bringing together more than 6,000 people.
N'Yoka Longo and Zaiko's stage performances are credited with fueling subsequent contemporary stage performances by other Congolese musicians like Koffi Olomide, Ferre Gola, and Fally Ipupa.
Bigg masta G posted an interview on his official Instagram account, saying that the remix was just to promote Fally Ipupa's album.
It contents two verses featuring Bigg masta G and chorus featuring Fally Ipupa. The instrumental to the remix is slightly different from the original.
Wahu has entertained audiences alongside many Kenyan and African Artistes like Kleptomaniacs, Fally Ipupa, Nonini, Nameless, Wyre, Qqu, and P-Unit.
In 2010, Fally Ipupa won the MTV Africa Music Awards 2010 for Best Video (for "Sexy Dance") and "Best Francophone Artist". He won the urban awards for best African artist.
MHD is the eponymous debut studio album by French rapper MHD, released on April 15, 2016 by Artside, AZ, Capitol and Universal. The 15-track album contains collaborations with Fally Ipupa and Angélique Kidjo.
The band members have named musicians such as Fadhili William, Daudi Kabaka and other established African artists such as Salif Keita, Lokua Kanza and Fally Ipupa, as well as British band Coldplay and American singer Jason Mraz as their influences.
His solo album "Mon Afrique" was in collaboration with David Tayorault in Abidjan and was released on 11 June 2007. Le Molare, Tiken Jah Fakoly, Oumou Sangaré, Patson, Fally Ipupa, and hip hop stars like Diam's and Booba.
"Kwarikwa (Remix)" was co-written by Fally Ipupa and produced by Masterkraft. The original song appeared on N'abania's second studio album, "Uplifted". N'abania and his management decided to do a remix of "Kwarikwa" after the success of the original song.
Fally Ipupa won the Best Artist category for Central Africa in the "Afrimma" Awards held in Dallas in July 2014. He then travelled to Washington DC as part of the US-Africa Summit meeting, for which President Obama had invited 47 African leaders for the period 4 to 6 August 2014. According to the White House, this meeting was convened in order to strengthen ties between Africa and the United States. A dozen African artists were selected to attend, including Fally Ipupa, the only invited artist from Central Africa.
Droit Chemin (French for "straight path") is the first solo studio album by Congolese singer Fally Ipupa. It was released on June 1, 2006.It is also the first album by Fally Ipupa to be produced by David Monsoh (known for his work with names of African music like Koffi Olomide, Papa Wemba, DJ Arafat and throwing Douk Saga and JetSet). On the album, Ipupa collaborated with Krys (musician), Mokobé of 113 and Benji of Nèg' Marrons. "Droit Chemin" features songs like "Liputa", "Orgasy" and "Sopeka". The album went gold for selling more than 100,000 copies in one month.
Lyrically the remix is similar to the original version. It is about working hard and living a sweet life. ""I meet the model chick, I don't even gotta take her "I just give her my number and tell her to holler later, I'm a hustler"". Fally Ipupa named himself "3X hustler" as a reference to the way he works hard. In his lines, Bigg masta G rapped about himself and how he made it to the good life. Fally Ipupa posted the remix on his official Facebook and thanked Bigg masta G for the collaboration.
Ipupa's post received positive response from his fans for collaborating with another English singing artist beside Olivia.
The sold-out event was attended by many celebrities, including Pasuma, Jerry Wonder, Kevin Lyttle, Fally Ipupa, DJ Abass, Juliet Ibrahim, DJ Cuppy, Sunkanmi, Ayojay, Emma Nyra, Bimbo Thomas, Ruth Kadiri, Destiny Amaka, Sonia Ibrahim, Chiney Ogwumike, Gbenro Ajibade, Jimmie, Maria Okan, Swanky Jerry, Mimi Onalaja, Tjan, and Toby Grey.