Yon sèl bagay ke n oblije reyalize la
Nou se fanmi pitit Bondye fòk nou kenbe la
Nenpòt sa k vini ansanm nou pa ka lage
N’ap rive kote nou prale
M’ap priye cheri maten solèy pa leve la
Klere sou peyi m, gade fwi nou te plante la
Depi mwen fèt mwen konnen ke li pral chanje
E se nou ki pral fèl chanje
Yon sèl vizyon, yon sèl lanmou, yon sèl fyète sa
Pou Ayiti sispann soufri an n netwaye la
Pou tout site ka evolye re-enspire
Pou pèp Dahomey rekanpe
Tout reve ke on jou Ayiti rebati
Nou tout bezwen solidarite pou jwi lavi
Nou tout se menm, pa jije m ede mwen chanje
Ede m pwogrese, ansanm n’a rive
W’a kenbe menm, m’ap ede w leve si w tonbe la
Pa kite l koule nan lanmè, ede l naje la
Pitit Bondye oblije manje,
Ede l twouve on kote li ka evolye
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We started Wikimizik because we're passionate about Haitian music and believe our language makes for beautiful storytelling. That's why we're telling a love story through song with "From Hi To I Do." Starting today and ending on Valentine's Day, we'll follow a relationship from the initial encounter to the altar. Everyday we'll share a song or more taking us through the stages of the relationship. There'll be songs that make you smile, and others that may leave you feeling...
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...
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...
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...
"Cheri, mwen konnen m pa ase." That's what Roody Laforest sings on his debut single, Mwen Pa Ase. It takes an honest man to admit his shortcomings. But after chatting with the Montreal-based singer, we realized though Roody tells it like it is, he can be a little too hard on himself. Wikimizik talked to him about his musical roots and writing process. We hope you enjoy his straight talk as much as we did. Who is Roody? How am I supposed to answer this question? Let's make it short...
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...