Blokis • Wanito

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

[1]
Tout le monde le sait en haiti konsa li ye
Blokis konn fe yon randevou serye rate
Ou nan machin se tankouw tap mache a pye
Wap fe gwo san w pa ret anpil pouw eklate
Ou pran seso pa gen plas w'oblije kanpe
Si soley cho m pap baw manti swew ap koule
Wap bay manti diw pa lwen f'on ti pasyante
Nan telefon moun pa kapab lokalize
Lig nan mache le sa w komanse soulaje
Li re kanpe sou chofe a w'anvi fonse
L'etenn machin paske se gaz li kap boule
Li pa gen zel nan machin nan poul fel vole

[Refrain]
Mezanmi mezanmi m pran nan blokis
Ayiti se yon ti peyi blokis
Mezanmi mezanmi m pran nan bokis
Ayiti se yon ti peyi blokis
Blokis m pran nan blokis
Blokis gad longe yon blokis(bis)-

[2]
Ou di chofe poukil pa fe rout dekoupe
Madanm sa a di li pap bon li ann ale
Yon moun rive li di mesi ou kontrarye
Li pran pil tan se nan gro lajan lap peye
Poul deplase limye rouj gentan afiche
Se yon lot poz envolonte fok li kanpe
Ou reflechi set fwa si w anvi pranl apye
Menl pa fasil chemen an long anpil mache
Chofe kap mennenw lan tou anvi debloke
Jounen travay li an tou riske gaspiye
Sou yon volan soley cho anyen pap regle
Lap fe kole anba pasaje maledve

[Refrain]
Mezanmi mezanmi m pran nan blokis
Ayiti se yon ti peyi blokis
Mezanmi mezanmi m pran nan blokis
Ayiti se yon ti peyi blokis
Blokis , m pran nan blokis
Blokis gad longe yon blokis(bis)

[3]
Blokis- pou yon ti rezilta eleksyon
Blokis- chak fwa nou nan lig imigrasyon
Blokis- la bank menm se pa pale
Blokis- chak fwa blan ap bay manje
Blokis- nan tout biro leta kou prive
Blokis- yo few kanpe jouk ou fatige
Blokis- nan pepe bese triye
Blokis- menm devan machann pate

M'al sou radio m di album mwen pa lwen soti
M g'on video male k pral fe tout moun plezi
Jou ap pase mwen preske pa ka pran lari
Fanatik ap di Wanito bay trop manti
Se jis poum few santi blokis la tout kote
Menm nan lekol bak pemanan pa baw pase
Pou janw anvi antre nan inivesite
Epi ou we rev ou paka reyalize

[4]
Blokis- menm devan barye penitansye
Blokis- lew pral pot manje pou prizonye
Blokis- konn fe moun pedi travay yo
Blokis- konn fe yo sanksyone elev lekol yo
Blokis- m'eskizem devan fanatik yo
Blokis- tanpri pa kritike Wanito
Blokis- mezanmi k fem mize konsa
Blokis- mezanmi k fem mize konsa

[Refrain]
Mezanmi mezanmi m pran nan blokis
Ayiti se yon ti peyi blokis
Mezanmi mezanmi m pran nan blokis
Ayiti se yon ti peyi blokis
Blokis , m pran nan blokis
Blokis gad longe yon blokis(bis)




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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