Zanmi si'w vle tande pawol sa f''on pwoche
Yo di lavi gen move kou
Men'l chaje bon jou
Yon flannè'k pa konn pawòl sa w'antrave
Etan done'w di'm pwoblem ou
M'gon konsey pou ou
Se pa fot lanmou
Si toulejou w'ap kriye
Kè moun fè yo mal pou ou
Telman w'ap plenyen bay bondye
G'on ti bagay frè
Ki ka fè kè fanm ou kontan
Se lè nan tout sa wap fè
Ou make sure li vini avan
Moun ki gen chans tande'w pè pwoche lanmou
Lè pou'w di fanm ou ti mo dou
W'prefere ba'l kou
W'ap plenyen jan'w jalou e'w vle tout pou ou
Ou poko menm konn kote'w gad
Epi w'ap sal rad
Di'l cheri mwen renmen'w
Tankou 2 je nan tet mwen
Tankou on ti moun grangou
Yo bay yon ponyen adoken
Li pral fè yon ti souri
Sa vle di ti kè'l kontan
Nan tout sa w'ap fè zanmi
Make sure li vini avan
Nan tout desizyon--fò'w mete'l avan
Pou sekirite'l-----e lè n'ap fè lanmou
Lè sa w'pral sispann gen pwoblem
Zanmi w'pral sispann plenyen
W'pral sispann bay lanmou pot chay
Ke li pa merite....... Radòt lol
Since Nathalie Cerin released her first two studio singles, Ti Nèg Chèlbè and Bèl Tifi, we've been waiting for a complete project from her. It's finally here, and it's a live EP she recorded on her birthday. On 16 Novembre, we find a more seasoned artist, with a firmer grasp on the world. Gone is the bubbly sweetness of her earlier material. The patina of life - wilted relationships, career shifts, last-minute apartment hunts - has molded her...
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→ ...
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...
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. ←...
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...
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...
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,...