And this is Steves J. Bryan
Pull up tou santi bon manzè gadem li fèm
Li konnen zafè nou bon li bezwen al avèm
Manzè konnen’m kreyol li di vibe la fel folle
Apresa’l di banm call mw met fe sa’m vle ak kòl
Map fe pen Patrice passe moi le beurre
M’a la recherche d’un coeur
Yap fè zen
Mte ka relew mon frère
Menw plus aji tank’on soeur
Mgentan konprann bitch lan nan sang nou
Mpap sezi sim tande nou gen sang
Map fe 100 fel tounen million
Nou pap jwenn yon mwen andedan 100 nou
Depi se high mind konnen li lit
Vwam son beat ou konnen li great
Lew pale nou konnen li fake
E neg k’avew yo nou konnen yo snitch
M’wè mesaj nou m’kitel sou read
Pou komanse koman’n fucking fè gen numero’m
Msonje lèm te bezwen yon koud men
Nou te konn plede fèm pale a do’n
Mtounen kou Thor
Mgen gan Tanos la
San klake dwet mwen mfè’n wè fòs la
E fanm k’avèw la bezwen bwè sòs la
Li gentan bezwen tranble dash la pou bòs la
Son ti tanperaman ki anpeche nou gran
Nou son bann ti mouton e pami nou mson lion
Pa pansew konn jwe paskew konn bouje pyon
Pimp te toujou dim se a ekip ou chanpyon
Lajan telman senp man
Nèg a ti tanperaman konplikel
Ou wè mwen menm Quand je marche dans la vallée
De l’ombre et de la pauvreté
Je ne crains aucun mal
Car mes poches sont pleines mon frère
There was a lot of new music to take in this year. A lot. Alan Cavé's much-awaited double album. BélO's latest classic. T-Micky's sophomore release. Debuts from 5 Etwal, X-Tassy and Koneskyon. And many more albums and singles. We could share 300 songs we loved this year, but for time and sanity's sake we're sticking to 14. So here they are, in alphabetical order -- hope you enjoy them like we did. Alan Cave - L'Or de ton Corps A gentle beat rocks you through Alan's stormy quest...
We're back with Part 2 of our interview with Jean Winer Pascal. Here, he breaks down song concepts and individual lines from some of his work for Beethova Obas, BélO and Emeline Michel. Songs with Beethova: Jwèt Mab - Beethova Obas On this song, you compare love to a game of marbles, what sparked that idea? When I was about fourteen, I loved to play marbles and I was good at it. I remember playing against...
"Cheri, mwen konnen m pa ase." That's what Roody Laforest sings on his debut single, Mwen Pa Ase. It takes an honest man to admit his shortcomings. But after chatting with the Montreal-based singer, we realized though Roody tells it like it is, he can be a little too hard on himself. Wikimizik talked to him about his musical roots and writing process. We hope you enjoy his straight talk as much as we did. Who is Roody? How am I supposed to answer this question? Let's make it short...
2016 was an epic year for the HMI. We mourned over a few break ups and celebrated new beginnings. Throughout these ups and downs great music came flowing through our speakers faster than we could consume. Our playlist this year was extremely rich and diverse with hits from the former President to new comers in the game. You can imagine assembling a list of best songs of the year would be difficult. We decided to take the easy route and avoid subjectivity by providing you with the 16 most popular songs from 2016 on Wikimizik. Check back every hour. Enjoy and on to 2017! 16....
This week our users added some great songs on WikiMizik. Here are a few lines that we found ourselves reading more than just once. Let's start with Kite'm Ba Ou Love from Frap La, a hot track that talks about his dire need to give this girl some love. In this line he talks about his terrible financial decisions from this love, you might be able to explain it better than I can. "Mfè vie dèt ki depase mwayenm Pou'm ravitaye m'ipoteke tout sa'm te gen nan menm damn" Kitem...
Though there's a couple of albums from last year we still can't get enough of, that doesn't mean we can't look forward to a great lineup in 2016. Here are some of the albums that we can't wait for this year. 1. Carimi Their last album, Invasion, has yet to come out the 5-disc changer in most people's cars. The live album, "Kite M Cho" made us fall in love with the tracks even more. With Michael's return to the band after a month-long vacation/mini retirement, we're sure...
We started Wikimizik because we're passionate about Haitian music and believe our language makes for beautiful storytelling. That's why we're telling a love story through song with "From Hi To I Do." Starting today and ending on Valentine's Day, we'll follow a relationship from the initial encounter to the altar. Everyday we'll share a song or more taking us through the stages of the relationship. There'll be songs that make you smile, and others that may leave you feeling...