Tounen Souple • BIC

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Genre: Ragga/Rap/Hip-Hop
Album: Kreyòl Chante, Kreyòl Konprann Vol. 2
Year: 2012
Featuring: Mandela
Lyrics by: Mandela Jean François & Roosevelt Saillant

Yo just tande melodi a yo mande kiyès ki la
Pòtòprens, Pòdepè – BIC, Mandela

[Verse – Mandela]
Si w wè mwen pa kriye, konprann mwen se kè m ki sere
Pou jan w leve w’ale san w pa di mwen kisa k pase
M’pa konn kilè n’a rankontre ankò
Devan lanmou pa janm gen rezon ni tò (Oh gosh)
M’toujou la bò kote w, m’pa janm lage w yon jou
Bon tan kou move tan, m’te toujou la pou m di w bonjou cheri

Bagay sa a fè m mal, m’santi l pa nòmal
Tounen vin jwenn mwen souple cheri

[Verse – Mandela]
M’sonje lè n te kontre, tout bèl pawòl ki te konn pale
Mwen ak ou nou te jire pou nou pat janmè separe
M’te konn rele w manmi, ou te konn rele mwen papi
Men jodi a ou pa menm konsidere m tankou yon zanmi
Ou soti pou kase kè mwen, ou bliye si w se kado mwen
Eske w sonje lè fanmi w zanmi w pat vle ou pou mwen
Malgre sa yo te fè yo di pou mwen pa janm anyen
Jodi a m leve w’ale, m’espere yon jou ankò n’a kontre cheri

Bagay sa a fè m mal, m’santi l pa nòmal
Tounen vin jwenn mwen souple cheri

Yo just tande melodi a yo mande kiyès ki la
Pòtòprens, Pòdepè – BIC, Mandela

[Rap – BIC]
Woy sa boule boule, m’pat kwè m’ta ka dekole
M’potre yon karateka ki pran nan yon depyekole
De pye m nan yon gren soulye
Espwa m se sou ou li ye
Antouka, gen yon bagay ke mwen souliye
Viv a de se pa yon bagay ki fasil ditou ditou
Kè yon fanm se yon bagay ki frajil, m’aprann sa tou
Si m fè betiz, konprann mwen se lòm
M’ap goumen pou m pran metriz, pran fòm kòm
Antretan, m’ape mande w pou pa kite m
M’ap soufri men se rezilta stipidite m

Oh, sorry cheri, padone m

Bagay sa a fè m mal (Mwen santi m’bouke)
M’santi l pa nòmal (Non mwen pa ka kenbe cheri)
Tounen vin jwenn mwen souple cheri

  • BIC marries rap and folk to deliver poignant critiques and observations of the Haitian society. In 2000, he launched his musical career as a member of the rap group Flex. Then he formed the duo BIC (Brain. Intelligence. Creativity.) and adopted the acronym as his stage name. In 2010, he went solo and started his record label, Tizon Dife Records. Since 2006, BIC has served as Goodwill Ambassador for several organizations, including the Haitian Basketball Federation and SPEDH (Support Social pour les Enfants Démunis d'Haiti. Since 2012, he has served as Ambassadeur de la Francophonie alongside BélO and Jean-Jean Roosvelt. In 2014, BIC won Institut Français's VISA pour la Creation residency and spent three months at the Cité Internationale des Arts de Paris completing his dual language album, Recto-Verso. His sixth album, Vokabi-Lari, was released in May 2016.
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