in the last two years they were both snatched up by congolese music legends to solidify their spot in the current generation as the new 'divas' of congolese rumba.
Cindy Le Coeur joined Koffi Olomide and his Quartier Latin in 2008 recording several songs and videos for the album Bord Ezanga Kombo.
Meje 30 was picked up by legendary congolese singer/entertainer/pan-africanist Tshala Muana around the same time and was recently featured on the 2009 album Sikila.
They both have pretty voices to me. Cindy Le Coeur's voice is better imo but I feel Meje30 was given better songs as she has more of a lead vocal role in Tshala Muana's band Mamu International. Mama Tshala has stated in interviews that this is intentional as she's had her 30 years in the business and it is Meje's turn to begin her 30 years (hence the name Meje 30). Meje 30 is Tshala Muana's way of giving back, giving a young woman a chance the way she was given a chance. in comparison at this point i prefer Meje but like with Fally & Ferre there is definitely room for the two of them. Particularly when congolese music barely has women representatives to begin with (although they pretty much rule the Christian music genre which is huge out there but i digress).
Anyway i'm going to post some videos when i get home. this is hard to do at work lol