Péyi Lékzil • Tamara Suffren

ADDED BY JEWIPA (SEP 14, 2018 AT 11:37 PM) 172 VIEWS EDIT

Genre: Haitian Jazz
Album: Impulsion
Year: 2018
Featuring: Eddy François
Produced by: St Cyr Johnson
Lyrics by: Jean Winer PASCAL; Music By: Tamara Suffren

Péyi lékzil

Péyi lékzil
Istwa yon pèp k-ap lonjé kwi-l
Mizè, doulè nan lanfè
Janbé fontyè ou byen janbé vag lanmè
S-on-w déblozay, s-on-w ranstay
Pitit yon gwo pèp lagé vay ké vay
Y-ap trenbalé, valkandé
Yo tribò, yo babò, adyé
Yo tout gayé, yo débousolé
Sou yon planèt tèt chajé, chen manjé chen, yo tout épapiyé.

Yon Péyi an bak kenkay
Kot lékzòd vinn machandé nanm ak zantray
Péyi délabré, koripsyon ak kontrébann
Jènn yo bouké, y-al pran konbèlann
Pa gen vwa, pa gen dwa, piti toupizi
Pa gen chwa, pa gen lwa, s-on-w foli
Ayïti, Chéri.

Wo, wo

Moun yo renmen-w an rayi
W-ap pouri, w-ap jémi, s-on-w linyon ki trayi
Yo di sé fòt mond entènasyonal
S-on-w fòs global k-ap toufé rèv lokal
Men, pa bliyé, toujou sonjé sé moun lakay
“rat kay k-ap manjé pay kay.”

Fò-Jak ou byen Sitadèl
Yo vann gout la pli ak tout lakansyèl
Yo vann Pik Makaya ak Mònn Lasèl
Yo vann lanmè, vann ti moun kou grenn sèl
Moun yo vann lendépandans nou pou dépandans
Yo vandalizé drapo-n ak tout libèté-n
Bay lòt moun dwa rékolonizé-n
Nan-w Péyi-k finn krazé tankou-w asyèt fayans.

Adyé, BonDyé
Gad-on-w éritaj y-ap piyé, dévalizé
Anyé, anmwé
Sé diléré
Patrimwann sa-a déchèpiyé.

Si Ayïti ta mouri, sé nou tout k-ap pèdi
Lékòl, lagrikilti, jimay, démagoji
La santé ak la pè, yo tout pran lasini
Inondasyon, éwozyon, n-ap péri.

Koral:

Péyi koutba
Péyi déga
Péyi fatra
Péyi rakèt, nou ékzilé
Nou dérayé, nou alyéné
Vasalizé.

Lead vocal coda:

"M-a rélé
Péyi lakay sa-a
M-a rélé
Péyi Dessalines sa-a
M-a rélé
Péyi Toussaint yan
M-di-w m-a rélé
Jan-m m-renmen Péyi-m O"

Péyi monté mònn pa do
Péyi fatra sé tablo
S-on-w maswifé
Nou zonbifyé
Nou nan koma
Ala traka.

Péyi fatra sé tablo
Péyi n-ap monté mònn pa do
Maswifé O
N-apé monté O
Yo zonbifyé-n O
"N-anvi viv O
Ba nou pasé."

Pawòl: Jean Winer PASCAL
Mizik: Tamara Suffren
October 14, 2017




For Mom

That voice in your head isn't your conscience. It's your mother, whispering "Pitit mwen, sa a w'ap fè la a?" Reminding you that you're better than this. Telling you to dust yourself off and finish what you started. Urging you to be as great as she knows you were destined to be. Because that's what mothers do. She always knows best and always wants the best for you. Whether your mother is a short drive away, a phone call away, or in heaven watching down, these songs remind us that the our greatest...

Songwriter's Corner: J-Ron

Ever since he dropped All I Want is You, Ronald "J-Ron" Jean, has been working hard mastering his unique blend of RnB infused Konpa and Zouk. And he sure has perfected it. Song after song, he drops silky vocals over buttery smooth tracks. We talked to the singer-songwriter about his writing, influences and plans to take his sound worldwide. 1. If J-Ron was not a singer-songwriter what could have been another path? If I wasn't a singer, I'd...

Albums We're Waiting For

Though there's a couple of albums from last year we still can't get enough of, that doesn't mean we can't look forward to a great lineup in 2016. Here are some of the albums that we can't wait for this year. 1. Carimi Their last album, Invasion, has yet to come out the 5-disc changer in most people's cars. The live album, "Kite M Cho" made us fall in love with the tracks even more. With Michael's return to the band after a month-long vacation/mini retirement, we're sure...

WikiMizik's 2014 Random List

2014 was too much of a great year for us to give you just one top list, so here is the most random Top Lists you'll ever find. Enjoy! We'd love to read your comments below. Top 6 Slogans 1. Moun Yo Pa Pou Mwen - Vag Lavi 2. Ou sou kou m' sou menm - J-Vens 3. Pa parèt pwent tèt ou, parèt tout kòw - Djakout #1 4. Triye pou jwenn yon bon grenn - Kreyol La 5. Le peup siwouzli - T-Vice 6. Le peup men machann gouyad la - 5Lan Top new artist/band you should get to know 1. Koneksyon 2....

Gogomaji Takes Us Into His World

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...

Underground Spotlight: Glamorous

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....

Haiti Tèt Dwat Pour Le Mondial 2014

Les Haitiens, l'un des peuples les plus amoureux du football, se disent prêts pour vivre encore une fois la passion du football cette année. La plupart des chauffeurs de taptap, taxi moto ont déjá accroché á l'avant de leur véhicule le drapeau de l'équipe qu'ils supportent. Le Brésil encore une fois a le plus de fans que les autres selections, l'Argentine arrive en deuxieme, suivis de l'Allemagne et de l'Italie. Les Bar & Resto sont en couleurs avec les differents drapeaux...

For Mom

That voice in your head isn't your conscience. It's your mother, whispering "Pitit mwen, sa a w'ap fè la a?" Reminding you that you're better than this. Telling you to dust yourself off and finish what you started. Urging you to be as great as she knows you were destined to be. Because that's what mothers do. She always knows best and always wants the best for you. Whether your mother is a short drive away, a phone call away, or in heaven watching down, these songs remind us that the our greatest...

4Mula's Chapter 1

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...

Most Googled songs in 2015

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. ←...

Albums We're Waiting For

Though there's a couple of albums from last year we still can't get enough of, that doesn't mean we can't look forward to a great lineup in 2016. Here are some of the albums that we can't wait for this year. 1. Carimi Their last album, Invasion, has yet to come out the 5-disc changer in most people's cars. The live album, "Kite M Cho" made us fall in love with the tracks even more. With Michael's return to the band after a month-long vacation/mini retirement, we're sure...

Top 16 of 2016

2016 was an epic year for the HMI. We mourned over a few break ups and celebrated new beginnings. Throughout these ups and downs great music came flowing through our speakers faster than we could consume. Our playlist this year was extremely rich and diverse with hits from the former President to new comers in the game. You can imagine assembling a list of best songs of the year would be difficult. We decided to take the easy route and avoid subjectivity by providing you with the 16 most popular songs from 2016 on Wikimizik. Check back every hour. Enjoy and on to 2017! 16....

HMI Artists Share Their Favorite Holiday Songs

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→ ...