Summary of #80 LeChairman & H Magnum parlent Islam, Gims, Dawala, Côte d'Ivoire, Social, Afrique, Business,Rap.

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In this video, H Magnum and LeChairman discuss their upbringings in Africa and France, emphasizing the importance of community in shaping their experiences. They also talk about their journeys into the music industry, including their relationships with Dawala and Section Boyz, and the negative effects of greed and lack of communication in the industry. The speakers stress the importance of knowing one's limits, looking beyond the surface of people, and being there for one another. Both advocate for unity and cooperation in the music industry and reject the idea of dividing people into different groups.

  • 00:00:00 In this section, H Magnum, a rapper, entrepreneur, and producer is interviewed. He talks about his childhood growing up in Abidjan, Côte d'Ivoire, and moving to France at the age of 8. H Magnum describes his positive memories of Côte d'Ivoire from his childhood, but admits that growing up without his mother was difficult. He also explains how seeing his aunt leave for France impacted him deeply and influenced his music.
  • 00:05:00 In this section, H Magnum and LeChairman discuss their childhood experiences, specifically their relationships with their neighbors while growing up in Africa. They both emphasize the importance of having a community that helps raise children when their parents are absent. They also discuss their experiences with education, noting the difference in teaching styles between Africa and Europe. H Magnum talks about the harsh treatment he received from teachers in Africa and how it prepared him for the gentler approach in France. Overall, this section highlights the role of community in shaping a person's character and experiences.
  • 00:10:00 In this section, LeChairman discusses the language barrier in France and how French is the dominating language, but he feels more fluent speaking it. He talks about his upbringing in the 17th and then 20th arrondissement of Paris, where he became involved with rebellious behavior and even led a group, causing concern for parents and teachers. However, he found Islam before things could get worse and turned his life around, finding solace in religion and changing his ways.
  • 00:15:00 In this section, LeChairman talks about how he initially got into Islam. He was initially disinterested in religion, finding the teachings of both Christianity and Islam difficult to comprehend. However, LeChairman found himself drawn to the community aspect of Ramadan and became interested in Islam after hearing a brother speak about the afterlife and angels. With time, LeChairman found that the rituals and customs of Islam, such as ritual cleansing prior to prayer, really resonated with him. Additionally, he explains the concept of the "rouges," who are people who speak to youths in mosques, trying to lead them to the right path. LeChairman even went through a three-day rouge period after being recommended by one of his Muslim friends.
  • 00:20:00 In this section, one of the speakers talks about his past experiences and how he learned a lot from it. He mentions that he used to travel a lot for his rap career, and would spend 40 days away from home. This caused a strain on his relationship with his parents since they did not understand his dedication to his career. Despite this, he continued to pursue his dreams and maintain his faith, ultimately choosing to leave home and live with a friend. While the decision caused conflict with his parents, he feels it was necessary for his growth and development.
  • 00:25:00 In this section, the speakers discuss family relationships and how they have evolved over time. The guest speaks about his relationship with his father and how it has taken time for it to improve. He talks about how his father instilled in him a sense of curiosity and a dislike for grammatical errors and the importance of finding answers. The discussion then moves to how the guest got started in the music industry and how he connected with Dawala. The guest explains that he was signed to another record label but was unable to merge his signature with Wati B, which he initially claimed to be unsigned, leading to some resentment towards Dawala.
  • 00:30:00 In this section, LeChairman and H Magnum discuss their relationship with former producer, Dawala, and Section Boyz. They clarify that they are not close anymore due to past issues, but they still have a good relationship with Section Boyz, who they view as family. They also express their support for the group and mention missed opportunities to collaborate. Despite this, LeChairman says he never had any competitive or negative feelings towards Section Boyz and always saw them as his own group. H Magnum adds his perspective as an outsider and acknowledges the conflict that happened between Dawala and H Magnum, but says that he respects both parties.
  • 00:35:00 In this section, Dawala, a French-Ivorian music producer, discusses his role in managing conflicts between artists and how he believes that it is vital to anticipate an artist's desire to leave their current label or management. He suggests that it is important to either begin a cow prod (partnership) or let the artist go, as this helps to avoid conflicts and legal battles further down the line. He also emphasizes the importance of business flexibility and suggests that many conflicts in the music industry are caused by ego and a lack of communication.
  • 00:40:00 In this section, the speakers discuss the negative effects of greed and lack of communication in the music industry. They mention how the desire for profit has caused conflicts and divisions between people, and how this mindset has overshadowed the importance of dialogue and working together. The speakers also touch on the dangers and difficulties of being a public figure in the music industry, where violence and aggression can be prevalent. They advise young artists to stay close to their loved ones and to be very cautious about their public image.
  • 00:45:00 In this section, the speakers discuss the dangers of being in the limelight and how it can lead to accusations that can ruin someone's career. With the rise of social media, people can accuse you of things even if they're not true, and it's important to be careful and protect yourself. They also mention that being famous isn't everything and that people need to focus on their craft instead of just trying to get attention for attention's sake. The speakers stress the importance of solidarity and being there for one another, and how their religious beliefs have given them a strong base that they can rely on.
  • 00:50:00 In this section, LeChairman and H Magnum discuss the importance of knowing one's own limits and being humble, even as a successful artist. They emphasize the need to secure one's family and make sure those around them are secure as well. H Magnum warns against the dangers of addiction and advises his peers to focus on making connections and enjoying the journey instead of solely focusing on success. They also touch on how the music industry can condescend to young Black songwriters, but H Magnum has not personally experienced this as he avoids spending much time in the offices of record labels. H Magnum reflects on how his status has changed his family dynamic as an only child.
  • 00:55:00 In this section, H Magnum and LeChairman discuss the importance of looking beyond the surface of people and focusing on their true selves. LeChairman believes that his desire to help others comes from his mother, who was always giving back to those around her. He emphasizes the importance of listening to music with an open mind and truly listening to what the artist is trying to say. H Magnum expresses his deep love for Côte d'Ivoire, saying that he feels at peace whenever he is there and has a strong connection to the country's music. Both men advocate for unity and cooperation in the music industry, and reject the idea of dividing people into different groups.

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In this video, LeChairman and H Magnum discuss various topics related to Africa, its culture, music, and the rap industry. They emphasize the importance of giving back and being involved in community associations to make a positive difference. The speakers also caution against losing sight of true goals and values in the music industry's glitz and glamour and advocate for staying grounded and balanced. Additionally, LeChairman talks about the responsibility of bringing joy to people's lives as an artist and the need to be mentally and emotionally prepared for the challenges of the entertainment industry. Finally, the video ends with LeChairman expressing gratitude towards H Magnum and their conversation.

  • 01:00:00 In this section, LeChairman and H Magnum discuss their love for their country's music and their desire for it to become a popular language. They emphasize the importance of giving back and being involved in associations that make a difference in their communities. They also touch on the topic of Africa being seen as "the place to be," expressing their pride in their heritage and the need to sublimate rather than exclude. They express frustration with the victim mentality that often accompanies being from Africa and see the recent influx of attention towards African culture as a positive development for the continent.
  • 01:05:00 In this section, the two speakers discuss the importance of portraying Africa in a positive light, rather than just associating the continent with poverty and desperation. They stress the need for objectivity when it comes to discussing Africa's wealth and richness, and highlight the danger of the music industry where success can be a double-edged sword. They caution against getting too caught up in the industry's glitz and glamour, which can cause people to lose sight of their true goals and values and ultimately lead to heartache and loss. They both underscore the importance of staying grounded and balanced in order to succeed in the rap industry.
  • 01:10:00 In this section of the video, LeChairman talks about the responsibility of bringing joy to people’s lives as an artist, and how it can sometimes come at the expense of their own happiness. He emphasizes the importance of being mentally and emotionally prepared for the challenges of the entertainment industry, and the need to be wise about where one puts their energy. LeChairman also discusses future projects, including an album and producing other artists.
  • 01:15:00 In this section, the speaker expresses gratitude towards H Magnum and discusses their conversation, mentioning that his own words are worth a third of what is said.

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