Richard Cavé: Success doesn’t come easily .

Carimi once upon a time, and presently Kai. Richard Cavé has captivated the world for the past decade through Carimi and now Kai. He has a degree in finance, from Baruch College, The City University of New York but always had a passion for music before the world knew him as a lead singer or […]

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Hommage to Père Joseph Simoly

Have you ever met someone who you’re not even close to but somehow, touches you or impacts your life in ways others never did before?   Not too long ago, I got the news that a Haitian priest, Joseph Simoly, that I truly admire died. When I got the text, I frankly thought it was […]

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Lady Sergine,Diary Entry 1: Grateful

October 20th, 2017      For the past few days, I’ve been feeling super grateful for the friends that I have. I’m not perfect but somehow I’m loved, and everytime I think about that, I can’t help to feel all sentimental.        I move around a lot so I make a bunch of friends. […]

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Home Sweet Homes

A funny thing happens when you become accustomed to moving from one place to another in short periods of time. You stop thinking of each new space as a permanent residence, but more of as a temporary dwelling that even from the beginning, you don’t really let yourself get attached to. For most people, deciding […]

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The Princess Of French Guiana :Tina Ly

  A tes côtés” (by your side) was a mega hit song in Haiti, precisely around 2008-2009. I could hear people singing the lyrics or humming its melody wherever I would go.  It has that Haitian-French Guianese vibe to it that associated pretty well, which made me curious about the French Guianese part that was […]

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Thank you! Thank you!

THANK YOU 😊😊!  Sometimes, a simple thanks is not  enough in my world. I really wish I could hug  the 1000 people who read my blog to show them how grateful I am. When I think that creating the blog was just supposed to be a side hobby and that today I am celebrating its […]

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Medjy Toussaint : Enposib

I discovered Enposib in March 2017, when I went to Haiti during Easter. When I saw a billboard about Roodyroodboy playing with Enposib and another Band, I for once wanted to go. I thought it would be fun, and it did. Fast forward to the night of the “Bal,” the moment that striked me the […]

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