Bonbon • Enposib

ADDED BY DIDIER (JUL 29, 2020 AT 9:28 PM) 60 VIEWS EDIT

Genre: Konpa
Album: Kamasootra
Year: 2020
Lyrics by: Medjy Toussaint

[Intro]
Premye kote m goute l kafou
Machande bonbon sa

[Verse 1]
Move doulè se lè on moun te ba w fè yon ti goute
Ou pa fouti mande ankò malgre bagay la te gou vre
Yo ban m a kiyè sa mwen te ka manje a chodyè
Si m al mande double ya di mwen son moun ki maledve vre

[Pre-Chorus]
Koumanman
Ala gou ala gou – ala gou ala gou
Premye kote m goute l kafou – ala gou ala gou
Ala gou ala gou - Ala bonbon gen gou

[Chorus]
Mezanmi ki pri bonbon sa – machande bonbon sa
Pou jan m renmen bonbon sa – machande bonbon sa
Men ki pri bonbon sa – machande bonbon sa
Ban m simen sik sou bonbon sa – machande bonbon sa

[Verse 2]
Ay bonbon, ay ay ay bonbon
Pouki w ap fè m pase mizè sa kèt bonbon
Mèt bonbon ou menm mèt bonbon
Nenpòt kote w ye a pale pou mwen pou m rebon
On fwa ankò pa chay
M konnen l pa pou piyay
M pral sispann mete may
Pou m al avè l lakay

[Pre-Chorus]

[Chorus]

[Keyboard Solo]
Manje bonbon an katouch
Tonnè boule m di baby
A wi li dous dous dous dous dous – gad kijan l bon vre
Gade kijan e kijan e kijan e kijan l bonbe – gad kijan l bon vre
Li bon vre – li sikre
Li bon vre

[Verse 3]
Gade jan on bonbon djolè – machande
Tèlman li bay chalè – machande
Gad jan on bonbon bonbon siwo siwo – siwo siwo
Koumanman
Gade kijan on bonbon byen pwès – machande
Pouki wap fè vye jès – machande
Pou jan jan bonbon siwo siwo – siwo siwo

Enposib dekachte djaz la
[Guitar Solo]
Nico bandi, ti Nico bandi yeah yeah
Men bon siwo (4x)

Gade jan on bonbon djolè – machande
Tèlman li bay chalè – machande
Pou jan bonbon bonbon siwo siwo – siwo siwo
Koumanman
Gade kijan on bonbon byen pwès – machande
Pouki wap fè vye jès – machande
Pou jan bonbon siwo siwo – siwo siwo

Enposib dekachte djaz la
[Guitar Solo]
Nico bandi, ti Nico bandi yeah yeah
Men bon siwo (4x)




BIOGRAPHY
  • Après avoir quitté son pays natal pour Montréal, en 2012 Medgy Toussaint a crée le groupe Enposib, avec l'aide de Patrice Cave. Avec son inséparable guitariste, Nicolas Millet, le duo a comme mission de faire de leur musique leur moyen pour aller á la rencontre des gens. Inspiré des sons de leur enfance, tel Taboucombo, Systemband et Slai, ils proposent un mélange musical entre la musique haïtienne, comme le zouk et le kompa, et la musique populaire. Ils n'ont pas leur langue dans la poche et assurent á leur fan un moment riche en émotions. Nous sommes tanné d'aller voir des spectacles où le public n'est pas considéré, pourtant c'est pour eux que nous jouons. Enposib est une expérience artistique, plus que de la musique, ils refont naître l'art du spectacle et du divertissement.
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