San Dou Dou • Wanito

ADDED BY GEN11 (FEB 18, 2016 AT 8:24 PM) 8,481 VIEWS EDIT

Genre: Ragga/Rap/Hip-Hop
Album: Biyografi Mwen
Year: 2011

[1]
Sa te toujou fe mwen byen
Le’w te konn fe sakrifis pou mwen tout jounen
Kite kay ou pou’w vi’n jwenn mwen
Sa te prouve’m lanmou nou paaap janme fennen
Nou te toujou damou
Nou pat move zeb chans pou’l pouse nan jaden lanmou nou
Mwen pat jan m sispann di’l
Se nouk te pi bel koup ki te egziste nan petyonvil

[Refrain]
Ou rele kasanda m’te baw yon ti non sandoudou
Tout kotew pase mwen te konn toujou nan pye ou
Menn jan ak lonbraj ou’k pat janm dekole sou
Mwen te yon anj protekte pou ou doudoudou
Oh, mrele wanito’w te banm yon ti non watoto
Ou pat janm mache a pye’w toujou vle poum pote’w sou do
Se te tout plezim poum wem tounen chwal de zago
Zigidap zagidap ou sou do’m ak tche wob ou wap seche dlok sou

[2]
Sou plas bwoye yon jou nou te chita men nan kou
Ou te di mwen doudou ere pap janm sot sou ou
M’te repomn ou tou ba pa lapen pou ou di’m sa
Pou jan nou renmen je ne vais m’inquieter de dien
M konn bliye tet mwen pafwa poum te ka proteje’w
Tankon ti ze zwazo’m t’anvi f’on nich nan kem metew
Pou anyen mal pat rive ou
Men mouche lanmo paret tou bref l’ale avew
Oh oh oh oh oh oh oh oooooooo
Monche lanmo w fem to oh oh oh o oh
Venn dezespwam detirel prêt pou eklate
Sou tablo avnim tout projem efase eeeeee
S’on iswa damou mwen pap janm ka bliye
S’on istwa damou mwen pap janm ka bliye e e

[3]
Lespri mwen demakonen Avek bon sans mwen, mwen vin pa vo anyen
Tout fos mwen abandone mwen oh ho chagren anvayi mwen
Chak fwa map panse a ou, m tankou yon ti poul ki pedi manman mwen kagou
Chak fwa map panse a ou, fem imagine san ou kijan demen m pral ye
W’ale pouki wale bb wale, gad kijan lanmo fe’w banm do

[Refrain]
Ou rele kasandra’m te baw yon ti non sandoudou
Tout kote’w pase mwen te kon toujou nan pye ou
Menm jan ak lonbraj ou pat janm dekole sou
Mwen te yon anj protekte pou ou doudou
Oh , m rele wanito w te banm ton ti non watoto
Ou pat janm mache a pye’w toujou vle poum potew sou do
Se te tout plezim poum wem tounen yon chwl de zago
Zigidap zigidap ak tche wob ou wap seche dlok sou po’m




BIOGRAPHY
  • Juanito, best known as his stage name WANITO, was born on April 21, 1988 in Jeremie, Haiti. He was raised by his mother, until he moved to the Port-au-Prince to continue his secondary education at Lycée de National de Petion-Ville. Though he was very shy, he continued to follow his dreams by performing around students, friends, and family. Upon hearing his unique voice, his peers encouraged him to participate in talent shows like, "Konkou Chante Nwel," and "Digicel Stars". Although he didn't make the finals of either competition, he wasn't discouraged. PeaceTones, a Boston-based NGO aims to empower musicians in developing countries by teaching them how to create, protect, and sell their music throughout the world. In April 2011 the NGO held a competition called, "Haiti Chante" (Haiti Sings). Gracefully, WANITO was declared the winner, and there, he found his break. With this victory, many doors were opened for him; the NGO brought him to the US to record his first-ever solo album. On December 2011, WANITO released "Biyografi Mwen" (My Biography). His extensive involvement in the Haitian community made WANITO a star even before the album hit the market. He has made headlines in most of the widely-read newspapers, blogs, and on-line magazines in Caribbean/Haiti and in the Haitian diaspora.
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