I remember watching the “Drapo”m “ video trying to figure out who was who . One person who caught my attention was “Ayiiti.” Ironically enough, later that day , she popped up in my feed on IG. So, I started to follow her. I love her ig ; it reflects a lot of positivity.… Continue reading Ayiiti-I’m not here to be what people want me to be
To be honest , If it wasn’t for my friends and social media l would never know that Maestro and T-Ansyto are the same person . Well, I am not really connected to the Haitian music industry like I should, since I left Haiti. I’ve made progress, though, with the interviews I’ve been doing.… Continue reading Hantz Fred Mercier- T-Ansyto
We all have met or heard of Nia when she made her debut with the group ZIN. In fact, she has dominated the industry for quite some times. Lately, she has been taking a break to build her family and do things other than music. In spite of that, her passion for music hasn’t left… Continue reading Nia Louis, Zin- Be True To Yourself
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… Continue reading Richard Cavé: Success doesn’t come easily .
The first time I personally heard of Tifane, I was listening to her song with Stan called “Bel Moun.” I thought that her style was different, and her voice captivating. Also, she revealed to be, and still is, an authentic kind of person: true to herself no matter what. The latest news was that she… Continue reading Tifane :Music makes me feel relevant, present, alive.
September 30th, 2017 I met this girl in March 2010, in our science class. I was seating down when this tall (lol) girl walked in. Oddly enough she sat next to me and introduced herself to the class. At first, we didn’t really talk because Mr. Poules is known for… Continue reading Lady Sergine Diary Entry 2: To My Sweet Gabbie
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 unknown… Continue reading The Princess Of French Guiana :Tina Ly