Ou pa nan plas mwen
Pa konn pwoblèm mwen
Ou pa andan mwen
Pa konn doulè mwen
Pa kwè w te janm reyalize
Tout sa m t ap andire pou relasyon nou te mache
Pa kwè w te pran tan w pou panse
Pou te analize nan vi w sa m te reprezante
Cheri m te toujou vle pou m fè w plezi
Depi m wè w ap souri, zafè m pito soufri
Pou pa mouye, m konn sèvi w parapli
San dra m pito dòmi pou ka byen kouvri
Pwoblèm lavi vi n ap kale m
Tout tan l ap sabote m
Pa g on kote pou m abrite m
Olye pou ou ta sipote m
Ou kontinye ap egzije m
Lè wè m pa kapab ou demake m
Nan pi vye tan nan lavi m ou ban m do
W ap ban m tout vye defo
Santi m pran yon gwo so
M pa ka reponn ak egzijans ou yo
Kounya w ap di m pa t vo
Repwòch tounen kado
Mwen pa t jan m genyen w
Se ou k te genyen m
Avè w m tap prepare
Mwen panse n te ka g on demen
Ou ogmante chagren m
Ou p at jan m renmen m
Lè se mwen k malad, men pouki se ou ki al kay medsen
Nothing gets us in the spirit like holiday music. That got us wondering what jams and traditions make our artists merry. So we asked. ← Previous Next→ ...
"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...
No Rules is the debut album of Kompasoul, a new band from Montreal, Canada. The 13 tracks flow seamlessly and leave you dancing throughout the duration of the project. What's most impressive about Kompasoul is their versatility. While the band is able to churn out hard-hitting club bangers promoters will love (Pè severans, Pirana, Manje Pou 2), they also craft mellow konpa love and zouk hits DJs will spin. And the transition between the two sounds is effortless. Even...
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Words are powerful on their own, but when coupled with a melody, they become the soundtrack to our lives. For that, we are grateful for songwriters. That's why we're highlighting songsmiths in a new series called the Songwriter's Corner. In our first installment, we spoke to Jean Winer Pascal. He's penned songs for Emeline Michel, Beethova Obas, Manno Charlemagne and BélO. That makes him your favorite songwriter's favorite songwriter. Who is Jean Winer PASCAL? ...
Jude and Carl Edouard (Carlitow) Deslouches have been on our radar since they dropped Se Ou Mwen Vle and the subsequent EP. Once in a while, the brothers would tease us with a new track. Late last year, they introduced 4Mula, a new band with fellow Montrealites and former Vibrasyon members, Romuald Paul and Benjamin Guirand. Their debut, "Chapter 1", is a groovy ride anchored by the Deslouches' warm vocals. It's the kind of album that will jump start any party and keep it rocking all night long. All you need is an aux cord. We...
Gogomaji is a new voice in Hip-Hop Kreyòl. With his fusion of racine and rap, Laurenzgo Gauvin has brought a unique sound in the game. We got a chance to chat with Gogomaji about his latest singles, writing and upcoming plans. 1. Gogo Maji. Explain to us the meaning behind Gogo Maji and how did the name come about? My first name is Laurenzgo, composed of both my parents' first name, Laurence et Sergo. My father already...
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...