Mwen montre w jan m renmen w
Mwen ba w tout sa w bezwen
Fè kado fe kenken
Ou pa manke anyen
Ou soti ak zanmi e mwen pa kapab di anyen
Si m tap fè menm bagay la
Se dife ki tap pran nan kay la
Ou ta met yon let pou w di papi kote w pral la
M ap fè on rive deyò a ou pa di m kilè m ap antre la
M paka chita kite w kontwole m kòm gason kay la
Ou menm kanpe nan figi m
Ou di ou kab kraze kay sa
Papi mwen se fanm pa w la
Fanm total kapital la
Sak an tèt kolòn pa w la
Fanm ou nome rèn pa w la
M adore w ak tout kè m
Men m pap kite w trennen m nan tè
M ap toujou ret avè w
Men fò w ka trete m ak respè
Mwen se rèv nan zantray ou
Ki se yon kleopatra
Ou mèt rele m queen chiba
Kap pote yon bebe nèf mwa
E kouraj Kathrine Flon
Oh wi cheri m son fanm vanyan
M te di w si w nenmen yon fanm la
Mwen menm kap kraze kay sa
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...
A few weeks ago, all 50 states reached freezing temperatures. The Polar vortex may be gone, but most of us still can't feel our toes. Since humans can't hibernate, staying in and hunkering down is only a temporary fix. Plus, we have to brave the cold to pay those bills. Good thing, we have music to warm our souls. Quite a few Haitian artists have migrated to the States, Canada, and Europe. They've all experienced the winter blues and expressed their lingering homesickness in song. Here are a few of our favorites. They're a potent cocktail of frustration and nostalgia. We'd cry,...
You may not know them yet, but VOGGE is in vogue. Ocho and Ostinato spoke to us about the duo's distinct sound and global aspirations. Get to know them and get ready to shoki on the dance floor. 1. Introduce us to VOGGE. How did the collaboration come about? OCHO: The Collaboration came around in 2014. We knew each other from various sporting events around town, but it wasn't until 2014 that we put our talents together and started...
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...
Tomorrow, we celebrate the Haitian flag's 211th anniversary. We have a lot to be proud of. And a lot to think about. Many songs fit the occasion. Would we feature a nostalgic ode like Jacques Sauveur Jean's Ayiti Cheri and MikaBen's Ayiti Se? Or poignant reality checks like BelO's Detripay? Kumbaya...
WikiMizik is not just discovering the meaning behind the lyrics, we also want to give you the opportunity to discover new artists, new sounds in the HMI. Through this segment, Underground Spotlight, we will feature up-and-coming artists. We start with Glamorous, a fresh face in Rap Kreyòl, a master in wordplay. We sat down with Glamorous after the release of his latest single, Men Sa Ki Style Sou Beat. 1. Glamorous - poukisa non sa, e ki kote l soti? Non atis la se Glamorous, Lirik6 Panik Lan se aka mwen....