Paka kitew kitem
Baby pitow diktem
Pitow vin edukem wi indikem
Olye pou dim dim dim
Se mwen'k lakoz, wi se mwen'k lakoz
S'on konfesyon se pa yon presyon baby pou fe'w pran poz
S'ou desizyon'w men se kou domino kenbe bout di'w
At least se mwen se pat zanmi'w kite vole vin'n di'w
Le'm te fek kontre'w, le lem te fek kontre'w
Le lem te kontre'w, pou bonte'w pa kwe yon le m tap tronpe'w
Men si'w paka padone'm baba let this one fly
So tankou Jay-z baby im a let this song cry
Men'm le'm ta di'w mwen sorry menm still santi'l pa ase
Ou just kouri kite'm deye kou le tennis pa lase
Pafwa'w poze'm kesyon m di KET DANM!!! manze konen
But on the real UH! ou still pat janm konn anyen
So m kontinye baw manti
Sot nan travay an reta
Chak fwa'm soti, chak kay zanmi
Chak kou'm tounen m pa an eta
Wi sa fem mal nan ke'm paske'm konen'w
Pat janm vle vi sa
Men'm te oblige di'w se se'm le'w mande'm ki vwa fi sa
Se pa saw merite non se pa saw merite
Men se paske m pa vle blesse'w ki fem pa ba'w
Verite verite verite
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? ...
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Episode 1: Jean Winer Pascal We're excited to launch Nannan Podcast. We'll be having candid conversations that get to the heart of music with our favorite songwriters, artists, musicians, producers and fans too. In our first episode, we chat with songwriter Jean Winer Pascal. He's written classics for Beethova, BélO and...
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...
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...
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...
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....
We're back with Part 2 of our interview with Jean Winer Pascal. Here, he breaks down song concepts and individual lines from some of his work for Beethova Obas, BélO and Emeline Michel. Songs with Beethova: Jwèt Mab - Beethova Obas On this song, you compare love to a game of marbles, what sparked that idea? When I was about fourteen, I loved to play marbles and I was good at it. I remember playing against...