Afiche • Karizma

ADDED BY PHKATHIUS1 (JUN 12, 2019 AT 4:35 PM) 423 VIEWS EDIT

Genre: Konpa
Album: 4 Kwen
Year: 2019

[Intro]
Eh eh eh eh eh eh (Yea)
Eh eh eh eh eh eh (Oh oh)
Eh eh eh eh eh eh (Hmmm)

[Verse 1]
Pa gen lontan ke mwen avè'l nou deside renmen
Mais cependant, m'wè relasyon sa ap pran yon lòt chimen
Selfie sou Instagram, Facebook tout kote
Snapchat, Twitter, Whatsapp menm se pa pale
Presyon sou relasyon'n pa sispann monte
Cheri fon'w ti chita, fò'k nou pale
Koz...

[Chorus] 2X
Nou poko pare (eh eh eh eh eh)
Pou nou afiche'n (eh eh eh eh eh)
Bebi nou poko pare (eh eh eh eh eh)
An'n defini priyorite'n

[Verse 2]
W'pa bezwen kouri pran devan
Qui va lentement arrive sûrement
Nou gen anpil pou nou aprann
So l'ap pi bon si'n fon'w ti tann
Konbyen relasyon ki kraze
Akoz kout lang lasosyete
Cheri tanpri fon'w ti pwoche
Fon'w ti chita pou nou pale
Koz...

[Chorus] 2X
Nou poko pare (eh eh eh eh eh)
Pou nou afiche'n (eh eh eh eh eh)
Bebi nou poko pare (eh eh eh eh eh)
An'n defini priyorite'n

[Verse 3] 2X
Mwen di franchman
Mwen pa konnen kisa m'ta bay
Pou'w kapab rive konprann
Relasyon pa sèlman fèt de sa
Li pa sèlman baze sou sa

Oh oh, oh oh, oh oh
Ede'm chante
Oh oh, oh oh
Fò'n ede'm chante
Oh oh
Cheri tande...

[Bridge]
Si se pa atansyon w'ap chèche (Afiche)
Sa'k nan men'w lan pou ou tout bon vre (Afiche)
Santiman ki pote ou ale (Afiche)
Si se pa sa tande cheri mwen di'w (sere telefòn nan)
Si se pa atansyon w'ap chèche (Afiche)
Sa'k nan men'w lan pou ou tout bon vre (Afiche)
Santiman ki pote ou ale (Afiche)
Mwen di'w si non (sere telefòn nan)

Oh oh, oh oh, oh oh
Oh oh, oh oh, oh oh

Koz...

[Chorus] 2X
Nou poko pare (eh eh eh eh eh)
Pou nou afiche'n (eh eh eh eh eh)
Bebi nou poko pare (eh eh eh eh eh)
An'n defini priyorite'n




BIOGRAPHY
  • Karizma is an 8-piece modern konpa band, Haiti's most popular musical genre. The band's musicians, all of whom, at one point or another, started their young musical career in local Haitian Gospel churches. They all grew up under the heavy influence of Konpa music, R&B, Gospel, and Hip Hop.

    Lead Vocal: Emmery Etienne
    Maestro/Guitar: Jean Napoleon Jr
    Keys: Daniel Paul
    Keys: Jodanny Petit-frere
    Congas: Davidson Bastien
    Percussion: Auguste Blanchner
    Drums: Louissant Beliard
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