Ayibobo • Mikaben

ADDED BY DIDIER (JAN 2, 2018 AT 3:28 PM) 5,904 VIEWS EDIT

Genre: Other
Album: MKBN
Year: 2018
Featuring: Paul Beaubrun
Lyrics by: Mikaben, Paul Beaubrun

Haiti, mon pays, ma patrie
Mwen vin pale nan non ou cheri
Tout sa m di, yo soti nan zantray ou
Tout lwa yo, espri yo, ginen yo,
Tout voyem fon ti pale pou yo
Chovi yo, rasanble vin tande istwa yo
Se nou k te konmanse revolution
Zansèt nou yo yo pat janm pran nan presyon
Se nou k te konmanse liberasyon
Kilti nou se nou
Se li k fè nou Gran ye ye ye...

Nou vin montre le monn antye
Kisa nou vo
Men nan la men nou vin mache
Nou pran w lòt nivo
Yon sèl nasyon yon sèl fanmi
Yon sèl drapo
Men yap chant'on menm meloi
Ayibobo
Tout moun edem chante
Ayibobo
Le monn antye fòn repete
Ayibobo
Ayisyen mwen pa tande
Ayibobo
Edem chante edem rele
Ayibobo

[Zing]
Mwen pap pale anglè
Mwen pap menm pale fransè
Map pale ak diyitem
Kreyòl pale, kreyòl konprann
Tout lòt nasyon vle imite n’
Nou son pèp ki gen fyète
Tablo nou se li k’ pi fò
Resous nou se yon trezò

Nou se lò, se lò, se lò
Li lè pou n’ ranmase tèt nou
Wi nou se lò, se lò, se lò
Tanbou a se li k’ pou nou

Lwa pran m’
Pandan m’ Chita anba mapou lakay oh
Lwa pran m’
Benyen basen zim zantray oh
Ayibobo!
Nou vin montre le monn antye
Kisa nou vo
Men nan la men nou vin mache
Nou pran w lòt nivo
Yon sèl nasyon yon sèl fanmi
Yon sèl drapo
Men yap chant'on menm meloi
Ayibobo
Tout moun edem chante
Ayibobo
Le monn antye fòn repete
Ayibobo
Ayisyen mwen pa tande
Ayibobo
Edem chante edem rele
Ayibobo

Mwen antre wo nan Lakou wa
Pran lari a
Mwen antre wo nan Lakou wa
Pran lari a
Mwen antre wo nan Lakou wa
Pran lari a
Mwen antre wo nan Lakou wa
Pran lari a

Nou vin montre le monn antye
Kisa nou vo
Men nan la men nou vin mache
Nou pran w lòt nivo
Yon sèl nasyon yon sèl fanmi
Yon sèl drapo
Men yap chant'on menm meloi
Ayibobo
Tout moun edem chante
Ayibobo
Le monn antye fòn repete
Ayibobo
Ayisyen mwen pa tande
Ayibobo
Edem chante edem rele
Ayibobo




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BIOGRAPHY
  • Mikaben (Michael Benjamin) was born in 1981 in Port-au-Prince, Haiti. Son of the well-known singer Lionel Benjamin, Mikaben is brought up in a musical environment, and is at a very early age, introduced to the piano, guitar, bass, and later, the drums. At age 15, Mikaben writes his first song, and passionate about music, continues to write music while in college in Canada in 1999. From Montreal, Mikaben enters an annual Christmas song contest organized by "TELEMAX", a Haitian television station, and his song "Nwèl Tristès" (Sad Christmas), in fourth position, wins him the hearts of the Haitian public. in December 2000 Mikaben released the album "Vwayaj" and his song "Ou Pati", doesn't go unnoticed by producer Fabrice Rouzier who includes it in the Haiti Troubatour. The album propelled Mikaben's carreer beyond Haiti and introduces him in the Antilles, Europe and Africa. Mikaben also works as a producer with several artists and bands such as Carimi for who he produces the hit "Fanm sa move", T-Vice with "Fe m vole" and Kreyol La "Y'ap fe foli" amongst others.
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