M' di manzè an al pran Lang koz li gon bouch sirèt.
Li di gad Jan Yon atis soumoun talè m' pa di w' 6 lèt.
Li di m' k o c h o n, Pa fout ranse avè l'.
Se paske l' te pran m' pou atis ki fè m' ka ranse avè l'.
ahh chéri pa fache, vérité pa kache.
Si w' pa vle m' di w' sa ankò se Lang pou ou chèche.
Cheri m' santi bouch ou dous dous dous.
An n' al pran Lang M pral fè w' pale Lang ou vle.
N'ap nan menm klas se mwen ki pral ba ou pouch pouch.
A wi cherie M' pral fè w' vale Lang ou vre.
Nou pap pran Lang bouch fèmen.
N' pral pran Lang pou n' pa ret fèmen bouch.
Pran Lang fè men, bouch.ak anpil lot pati nan kò travay.
Wi pran Lang ka fèw rivé fè bagay,,,,
Ke w' pat janm panse nan vi w',Panse a viw.
Pran Lang ka fè w' fè lajan pou w' ka pase anvi w', Pase nan vi w'.
Si'w pran Lang anpil ou ka brase lavi w'.
Fok ou pran Lang o serye pou w' pa gache avni w'.
Pran lang ka fè vi w' dous dous.
L' ka fè pou jwenn bous bous.
Jamè dlo pap plen bouch.
Moun pap ka kloure bouch vre.
Bouch ou vre.
Pa deranje si m' di madanm ou an n' al pran Lang avè M'.
Sa pa vle di l'AP vin fanm mwen tou si l'al pran Lang nan menm lekòl avè M' .
Depuis la nuit des temps Lang se pi bon mwayen pou moun kominike.
Mesye dam kouri pa pran tan al pran Lang ansanm pou n' ka pa limite.
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,...
Orginally posted on BizHaiti.com In this episode we talk to Guignard and Darryl they are the co-founders of wikimizik.com. They first met in Haiti and reconnected years back in Tallahassee Florida. Guignard has a Master in Industrial Engineering and a minor in Computer Science, Darryl has a Master in Public Relation and Copy Writing. Wikimizik is a community driven site where artist can upload their lyrics and users can interpret the lines to provide deeper meaning. Guignard talks about having...
Some great hits came out this year and music fans have been eager to sing along while listening to their favorite tracks. In the last three months alone, Wikimizik.com had over 28,200 clicks originating from Google. Here are the Top 5 songs searched this year. ←...
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...
There was a lot of new music to take in this year. A lot. Alan Cavé's much-awaited double album. BélO's latest classic. T-Micky's sophomore release. Debuts from 5 Etwal, X-Tassy and Koneskyon. And many more albums and singles. We could share 300 songs we loved this year, but for time and sanity's sake we're sticking to 14. So here they are, in alphabetical order -- hope you enjoy them like we did. Alan Cave - L'Or de ton Corps A gentle beat rocks you through Alan's stormy quest...
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...
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...