Have anybody told you that GRIEF is a constant struggle? It can be years later, you will always feel that deep sadness to the point where you can’t breathe; also, it’ll never get to the point where the late person is just a thought without getting all emotional. You can think you’re done grieving (referring… Continue reading The Different stages of Grief
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
This morning on my way back home, I was thinking about how people are so "worried" about ME graduating, while I am not. I am not saying that I don't care, but the speed at which I'm moving forward to IT is best for me. According to society's “standards”, I should have graduated by now,… Continue reading WHEN WILL YOU GRADUATE ?
Gardy Girault, one of the most remarkable DJ in Haiti, is known for his unique style of music. So, it wasn't surprising at all to have received a lot of excitement from his fans ,who figure among my friends and family, when I announced on social media that I was about to drop an interview… Continue reading Gardy Girault : “Be True To Yourself, You Won’t Regret it “
Carl Latortue, someone I met when I used to go to Suffolk community College. I met him through mutual friends. From there we develop a friendship, we used to seat with each other in between classes. I remember like It was yesterday how he would make fun of me at school. Those were good times… Continue reading A little Introduction To: Carl R. Latortue
Rebecca Zama, is one of the most talented upcoming artists I believe in the Haitian industry. For the past few months I've been following her every move on social media and one thing I can say that there is a lot of talent within her. Her voice is so sweet and soft, but yet powerful.… Continue reading Boston bred Haitian Princess: Rebecca Zama 😍
(The PICO Tequilla) For those of you who don't know, I moved to the city from Long Island. I originally moved to Long Island in 2011 with my auntie J. After applying to different colleges I decided to go to Brooklyn. It's been a minute since I've been back home. This weekend my cousin/ sister… Continue reading Les aventures de Lady Sergine et The Yayas