Tèt Frèt • Djakout #1

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Genre: Konpa
Year: 2014

[Intro]
Ou pito viv cho nèt
Mwen menm m chwazi ret tèt frèt

[Chorus]
Zanmi pa fè sòt ou avè m
Ou di w onèt poutan w toujou sou rakèt
Tanpri pa jwe jwèt sa avè m
Ou di ou dwat yo finn konnen w kòm chat

[Verse 1]
Pouki yon moun vle rive lwen
Li chwazi chemen ki pi kout la
(pi kout la, chemen ki pi kout la)
Pouki yon nonm vle viv tèt frèt
Li chwazi chemen ki pi cho a
(pi cho a, chemen ki pi cho a)
Ala traka pou diyite
Ala mizè pou pèsonalite
Ala yon tray pou la pasyans
Sa se yon tristès pou konpetans

[Chorus]
Zanmi pa fè sòt ou avè m
(Ou pa ta fè m sa)
Ou di w onèt poutan w toujou sou rakèt
Tanpri pa jwe jwèt sa avè m
Ou di ou dwat yo finn konnen w kòm chat
(Mèt dam, gade lè w)

[Shabba]
Pa ban m anana pou sizann
Bannaann peze pou papita
M voye dlo
M pa mouye pèsonn
Si w santi w mouye

[Hook]
Tòde, tòde kò w …

M ta gade w m ta « yas »
Men miray la wi « Jeriko »

Tòde, tòde kò w …

[Koral]
Ou pase tout moun yo nan betiz
Ou woule
Ou woule sosyete a nan farin
(oh my God)
Ou Woule
Ou woule tout zanmi w yo nan farin
Ou woule, ou woule

Pa gen wout pa dèyè zanmi
Konnen twou manti pa fon
Li te mèt apre senkantan
Y’ap wè tout sa w fè ki pa bon
Y’ap bare w la
Ou p’ap jwenn wout pou ou mawon

Ou woule, ou woule
Ou woule sosyete a nan farin
(Nou chak fè chwa pa nou)
Mwen chwazi pou m viv tèt frèt
Ou chwazi pou w viv cho nèt

Zafè w, Zafè w, Zafè w
Chay sa m paka pote l …
Chay sa m paka pote l …
Zafè w, Zafè w, Zafè w
Chay sa m paka pote l …
Chay sa m paka pote l …
Chay sa m paka pote l …

Lavi pi enpòtan pase lajan
An verite li pi enpòtan
Lavi pi enpòtan
Lavi pi enpòtan pase byen materyèl
An verite li pi enpòtan
Rale kreyon w make l…

Pou vinn milyonè ou pa oblije
Pou ou nan vòlè
Menm si w gen pouvwa
Ou pat sipoze vyole lalwa
Wi ou renmen lajan
Men sa lavi w ki enpòtan
Mwen pito poze
Pase dada m nan recho
Gen lè w bliye
Lavi sa se yon eskalye
Ou vle monte tèt syèl
San w pa monte mach

W’ap patinen
Ou pral patinen…

(Si n renmen lavi nou pase tout bagay,
Pèp ayisyen an n chante, tout moun)

Lavi pi enpòtan pase lajan
An verite li pi enpòtan
Lavi pi enpòtan
Lavi pi enpòtan pase byen materyèl
An verite l pi enpòtan
Si w gen radyo tande…

Pou vinn milyonè ou pa oblije
Pou ou nan vòlè
Menm si w gen pouvwa
Ou pat sipoze vyole lalwa
Wi ou renmen lajan
Men sa lavi w ki enpòtan
Mwen pito poze
Pase dada m nan recho
Gen lè w bliye
Lavi sa se yon eskalye
Ou vle monte tèt syèl
San w pa monte mach

W’ap patinen
Ou pral patinen…




BIOGRAPHY
  • In the later 1980's original founder Dominique Lauture after winning an American Airlines jingle contest, decided to evolve in a direction that was now becoming the craze in Haiti, and form a group playing modern compas, with upbeat rythms and lyrics that the mass could both relate and identify with. This evolution is now what we know to be called the New Generation of Compas. In the 1990's the band changed direction, and under the direction of renown guitar player Claude Marcelin, the band had a more solid repertoire, and included younger less renown musicians (at the time) such as Gracia Delva, and Edzer Charlemagne (T-Pouch).

    In June 1998 the band under the Label Antilles Mizik toured the United States, and released their 3rd CD Titled " Septieme Ciel" another very popular cd, at the time which was well received by all Compas Fans, and especially those fans of the Newer Generation.

    2010, the band at a crossroads both under new management, and tormented by the sadness that has plagued their native homeland, out of compassion for the victims of the January 12th earthquake that took the lives of many people, the band released their most recent CD titled "PWOFITE" (seize the moment).

    In 2013, in addition to have been recognized as the band who has participated most frequently in the Haitian Compas festival's 15 years of existence, they were awarded Carnaval Champions in Haiti twice in one year!
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