Born in Kinshasa in the town of Kintambo, March 3, 1976, Hervé Gola said "chair de poule" possesses, exceptional artistic qualities. With its charming voice and melancholy, this artist has the power to captivate the ear drum music lovers.
In addition to the potential for a good singer, author of "Sens interdit" skills are prohibited percussion and piano. That is what makes him a complete musician. As part of the orchestra Wenge Musica BCBG 4x4 all-terrain at the time, Hervé was really artistically within the group Wenge Musica/Werrason. The public finds out as a singer for the future by intervening effectively in the album "Force d’intervention rapide", the first tube Wenge MMM.
The first song in the orchestra Ferré Wenge MMM entitled "Vita Imana" from the "Solola Bien." This song has been well appreciated by music lovers and then comes "Victim of Love". This, song was taken from the album "A la queue leu leu."
After Wenge Musica MM, Ferre had to perform other songs with Le marquis de maison mère. "Amour Intérêt " and "100 kg" are concrete illustrations especially that these works have also cartonner Ferré.
Before making his solo career; Hervé had to perform a song entitled "Insecticide" Quartier Latin International, a real masterpiece shot in the album "Danger de Mort" where the artist once expressed with a lot more talent.
By Elvis Katoto
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