Eunide Edouarin a Sassy Female Rapper

Eunide Edouarin is that rarity, a female Haitian rapper. In the music industry, in which rapping is considered a man's turf, Edouarin rebuffs that notion. In her music video, she grabs your attention and never lets go.

She performed with Mystik 703 until she went solo. She is currently recording her first CD, which will include a mix of genres to showcase her versatility as a singer. The media has called her the Queen of Haitian Rap.

Princess Eud Official Video " Yon Ti Logik "

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WANITO, the Haitian Bob Marley

Juanito, best known with his stage name WANTIO, was born in Jeremie, a city approximately 186 miles southeast of Port-au-Prince. This young talented Haitian artist (born on 21 April, 1988) is often described as the 'Voice of Haiti' and compared with Bob Marley. Bob or Nesta Robert Marley was a Jamaican singer and songwriter (6 February 1945 - 11 May 1981) who own many international fame by performing a series of 'Reggae albums'. 'Reggae' is a music genre developed in Jamaica in the late 1960s.


WANITO was raised by his mother but moved to Port-au-Prince for continuing his secondary studies. He was very shy initially but had strong determination to shape own dream into reality. In the beginning, he used to perform around his friends, students and family. Upon hearing WANITO's unique voice his peers encouraged him to take part in talent show contests. Although he could not go beyond the preliminary rounds but was never disheartened-- rather his spirit was ignited with zeal.

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Poet-Singer Jean Jean Roosevelt Wins Gold at La Francophonie Games

Jean Jean Roosevelt Nabs Gold Medal at La Francophonie Games

Haitian Jean Jean Roosevelt, representing his country at the 7th La Francophonie Games, took home the Gold Medal. The Games, which incorporate a music category alongside an athletic competition, is considered a respected event in the Francophone world.

Roosevelt competed against 18 other singers from around the world. The event's judges were stunned by the artistry Roosevelt displayed as he stood on stage, fingering his guitar with effortless dexterity and singing like a sensitive troubadour in the court of a French king.

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Legendary Magnum Band Represents the Best of Haitian Konpa Music

Magnum band is classic Konpa at its best. Dadou Pasquet founded the group in 1976, and they have released a string of chart toppers, including "Fierte", ":Pike Devan", and "Paka Pala".

Their music blends elements of Calypso and Afro-Cuban rhythms. A strong horn section, violins, guitars, and percussion round out their signature sound.

Dadou himself has been hailed as a virtuoso guitar player. Magnum has been a goodwill ambassador for Haiti for the last 25 years.

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The New Music Video Black LG NOLIMIT "AVEW MWEN VLE YE"

Here is a new music video that BLACK LG NOLIMIT created The song is Avew mwen Vle Ye. This is the latest music video of the group

Black LG Understands the Heart of a Woman in his newest video, "Avew Mwen Vle Ye", expresses the anguish of a love gone wrong:

I would never betray you, Jessica. You beauty haunts me; I remember all the special times and romantic moments we spent together. I will never give up loving you; I fear you'll find another. If I haven't told you how much I love you, let me repeat it until you come back to me.

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Wyclef Jean, Cool Tough-Guy Persona

Wyclef Jean, a Kompa musician, has a new video out called "Bagay Nef". It's a high-octane performance he gives, surrounded by a party of undulating Haitians, of different generations.

Jean is typically hip-hop, sporting dark shades and an aggressive attitude. He leads the dancers in a feverish display of non-stop partying dance moves.

Fans rave about the beat. They beat is everything they say, when speaking about Jean's music. Without the beat, it is not Jean's music.

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Tabou Combo, still strong after all these years - Feat. Michel Martellyce

On 19th of July 2013, Big Night hosted the kings of konpa Tabou combo. This legendary band was celebrating 45 years of offering top Haitian music. Also in the house was DJ Mack of There was a special treat in the gallery featuring some of the best photographs Luis Olazabal has taken during the first two years of big night in Little Haiti.

This was an opportunity to re-live a magic night with photos. The night also featured delicious kreyol cuisine from Leela's Lakay, at the bar was an ice-cold prestige beer, and more. The Positive Impact Foundation and kose Famn sponsored the kid's hand-on art activities. The Little Haiti Cultural centre hosts the big Night in Little Haiti every 3rd Friday, free.

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Klass of Richie, the top Compas Music band of today

During early 2000, some compas bands such as T-vice, Carimi, Zeglen and Top vice, toured the French Antilles as usual with great success. With the formation of the group Klass of Richie, a new generation is taking over

The Evolution of Compas:
The compas' fine guitar line with the chorus and other synthesizer effects is being heard now in the lighter French Antilles compas. For example, French Antilles singer Tanya St. Val who has collaborated with many great Haitian compas artists like Dadou Pasket, Alan Cavefrom the great Magnum band, etc. is very close to this style. The magnificence of this is that these compas lands influence one another with nice chorus, female voices, and guitar lines; within the team up of the conga-drum-cowbell.

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Some beautiful music videos from Djakout Mizik number 1

The bands Djakout Mizik and Djakout #1 were one number prior to 2010 when a division, into two separate units, was established and the new band adopted the latter name. Before the schism, their success as a Haitian Compas band came on the merit of their slow style of jazz influenced Compas and brought them the distinction of performing with an international Haitian superstar.

They started out in 1986 and, while the band members have changed, with over twenty members, past and present to date, the music never stopped. The band is well known for their songs, Septieme Ciel, Biznis Pam and Naje Pou Souti and for albums such as, Dedouble, La Familia and Jistis.

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Michel Martelly Live performance with Tabou Combo as well as Julio Iglesias

Here is the group Tabou Combo Feat. Michel Martelly in the song Yo. Being president will not stop President Michel martelly from performing as a musician. At least this is what he has been demonstrated recently. He has conducted many shows recently.

Haiti's singer-turned-president recently performed for a rare concert. He performed under his old stage name of "Sweet Micky" as he celebrates 25 years as an entertainer. The proceeds for the show which was not revealed in term of amount is to go to the Rose and White Foundation, a charity organization that presidentand his wife runs.

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