Born on December 14, 1977 in Kinshasa, Democratic Republic of Congo in a large family; Fally is rocked by music from an early age. Having a Catholic education, he began singing in the choir of the Church. As an adolescent, the young Congolese filled with dreams escapes through the musical universe despite the reservations of his parents who prefer to see him on the benches of the school.
Nevertheless, Fally soon attracted attention with his honeyed voice and eventually built small groups in his neighborhood including the "New City" or "Nouvelle Alliance".
But it was not until the early 90s, the young artist will include a group of renowned national "Talents Latent" with whom he recorded a first album. Fally becomes a budding musician, not only for his talent but also his determination to succeed and versatility: Singer, guitarist and dancer.
In the late 90s, a key meeting that will be the beginning of a long climb musical, the one with the Quartier Latin Koffi Olomide.
Fally will find its place immediately and will become a pillar before becoming conductor of the latter. The young artist then develops its brand building and minds through two songs lighthouses that he is an author and composer: "Forever" and "Ko Ko Ko."
Since then, Fally is gaining confidence and becoming a complete artist whose talent is irrevocable.
After 10 years in this group, he engages in a solo project to find his musical identity through their own creativity and his personality. It's a real challenge for the artist whose audience is already conquered; Fally embarks on a turbulent challenge. It is this child prodigy who wants to live in accord with his time and generation.
Fally has become a true benchmark of African music in the world. Happy Birthday Fally Ipupa and wishing you all the success in the World.
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