L’artiste congolais Héritier Watanabe présente son premier album, « Carrière d’honneur (Retirada) » sorti le 10 novembre 2016. Il répond aux questions du Point Afrique avant d'interpréter son tube « B.M » qui culmine à plus d'un million de vues.
L’artiste congolais Héritier Watanabé présente son premier album, «Retirada», sorti le 10 novembre 2016. Et il répond aux questions de Claudy Siar sur ses débuts de carrière. Pourquoi a-t-il d'abord passé son diplôme... Pourquoi est-il allé chez Werrason plutôt que chez JB Mpiana ? Avec des extraits des titres "B.M" et "D de D". Retrouvez l'intégrale audio de l'entretien et des live ici : http://www.rfi.fr/emission/20161110-live-entretien-heritier-watanabe-2
WATCH NOW http://movie4.site/play.php?id=3782 Kanji Watanabe is a middle-aged man who has worked in the same monotonous bureaucratic position for decades. Learning he has cancer, he starts to look for the meaning of his life.
Would You Play Ball at Fukushima? “At this moment, I cannot find any negative point,” to holding Olympics events in Fukushima, Uchibori said, “but I would like to work in cooperation with the organizing committee and the central government in order to make people think it was good to hold the events in Fukushima.” Uchibori added that “rumors” of Fukushima’s condition contribute to the shadow over the prefecture. After Tokyo was awarded the 2020 Olympics, a strong push was made to reintroduce baseball specifically for these Games because of its history and popularity among youth in Japan. “If the Olympics doesn’t happen in Fukushima now, the image of Fukushima doesn’t change for a long time,” said Aya Watanabe, a student at Fukushima University who interned in Houston during the summer and saw the impact the Astros’ World Series victory had on morale in the hurricane-stricken city. He also won two World Baseball Classic championships with Japan and played in the Nippon Professional Baseball League for 13 years. Iwamura could have a big stage to help bolster the area’s image when Fukushima Azuma Baseball Stadium, the home park of the Hopes, hosts Olympic games in 2020. For an area with a growing interest in sports, the biggest boon came in March when the International Olympic Committee approved Fukushima to host baseball and softball games during the 2020 Tokyo Olympics. “When they go back to their country, they can tell their impression to the local people of their countries so it will bring more people to come for tourism,” he said.