Music - Caribbean and artist
Here is a picture of Pouchon Duverger, the lead singer of the popular musical group djakout Number 1.
Pouchon Duverger is the lead singer and Keyboardist of Djakout # 1 in the Konpa Lobey genre. In last July,15th, while performing on stage at Borgne in the north, Duverger felt discomfort and was immediately transported to the hospital Borgne. A rumor quickly spread all around that he had a stroke; however, after a few hours his condition became stable. In last May, Shabba or Herve Anthenor, the noted Percussionist (congas) of the group accused Roro Laine (drummer) and Pouchon, because they were jealous of his achievement. As per Shabba's allegation, the jealousy was brewing inside them; it only came out with their refusal to his invitation to participate in the launching program of his third solo album. In December 2014, Duverger was summoned by Sonel Jean François, an investigating judge, in connection with investigations against the named Augustin Brunet, Caesar Laforet, Bergeau John Woodly Etheart (aka "Sonson La Familia") and others, charged with kidnapping, detention, armed robbery and illegal firearms possession. Sonson La Familia is a well known gang leader who is also known to the police as the "Baz Galil." However, Pouchon Duverger did not deny his friendship with Sonson. He has said Sonson is a promoter that organizes dances, parties and festivals in Miami which all bands know".
Thisis expected to be an event out of the ordinary. On December 28, 2012, the current Haitian President Michel Martelly Will Sing With the international singer Julio Iglesias In the Dominican Republic.
Several importand individuals will be present at the charity event, including Henry Kissinger, designers Donna Karan and Oscar de la Renta.
President Michel Martelly or sweet Micky on this occasion will sing two songs with Spanish singer Julio Iglesias
Before becoming President of Haiti, Michel martelly was performing on stage as a professional musician
May, 2016 - After working together for more than 17 years, Shabba accused Roro Laine & Pouchon Duverger, by revealing that they were jealous of him because of his achievements in music.
Shabba or Herve Anthenor, the noted Percussionist (congas) of Djakout# 1 has accused Roro Laine (drummer) and Pouchon (Augustus) Duverger (lead vocalist) by revealing that they were jealous of him because of his achievement in music. They have worked together for last 17 years. As per Shabba's allegation, the jealousy was brewing inside them; it only came out with their refusal to his invitation to participate in the launching program of his third solo album. Shabba has said, he can no longer hold with this recent behavior of his partners. Then he added, he does not have any problem with Mamane (Maestro & Bassist) or Ti Regi (Keytarist)-- they always participate in his albums.
Here is a picture og the Cuban Creole Choir, Desandann as they will participate at Int'l Festival in Haiti
The Creole Choir of Cuba (also known in Cuba as Desandann) is a Cuban musical group. The Creole Choir of Cuba is a vocal and percussion ensemble that performs songs about history, faith and social changes in the Caribbean. Its 10 remarkable singer members come from Camagüey, Cuba's third city. The members of this group are all children and grandchildren of Haitian immigrants. The Choir celebrates the history of their Haitian ancestors - enslaved to the Caribbean from West Africa. They have carried typical traditional music passed down in their families since the early 19th century, and have added the flavor of modern Haitian sounds following their own first visit to a Haitian festival in 1996.The group will take part at the forthcoming Int'l Festival "The Influence of Yesterday's Music in Today's Music" in Haiti. Apart from their performance, they will hold a theoretical workshop. It is a surprising fact that these people of Haitian descent are the largest ethnic minority in Cuba.
Lil Wayne and Chris Brown will be in downtown Port-au-Prince on on Champs de Mars
Free Concert Publicity puts Olivier and mother, Sophia Martelly, back in Spotlight
Lil Wayne and Chris Brown have agreed to put on a concert in Port-au-Prince on the condition it is free. President Martelly's son, Olivier, who owns Big O Productions, has been working with Wayne and Brown's Swizz Beatz to organize the event.
The announcement of the concert on social media refreshed the public's memory of Olivier and his mother, First Lady Sophia, and their alleged embezzlement of public funds.
A Very proud and beautiful performance of 9 young students of Lycée Marie-Jeanne to win the Palm of the contest of text, songs and music.
"Angel's Voice", a group of 9 young students from the Lycée Marie-Jeanne School in Port-au-Prince has won the Palm award in the music contest under the mobilizing slogan "Kenbe Tèt ou", a contest of text, songs and music around, inspired by the song of BIC Group "Kenbe tèt ou, kwè nan tèt ou, kraze bèt ou". The nine young talents from the Lycée Marie-Jeanne were chosen as the winner among other hundred participant groups. The competition was started in March 2015 with an objective to develop talents in the young minds and instill the values of respect, communication, solidarity and sharing so that they can learn the joy of living together. The selection criteria for the ten jury artists (like BIC, Jean-Jean Roosevelt, Belo, Rénette Désir, and others), were based on the participants' regards to the theme, message content, aesthetics, melody, song interpretation.
Here is a picture of Jason Derulo recording with Jennifer Lopez, new album Everything Is 4
Jason Joel Desrouleaux is a Miami born 25 years (born September 21, 1989) old musician who is currently promoting his fourth studio LP "Everything Is 4". He is better known by his stage name Jason Derulo. Jason started his career as a solo artist in 2009, and gradually became an American singer, songwriter, dancer and choreographer. On March 9, 2015, his lead single "Want to Want Me" was released to contemporary radio as a follow up of his previous studio album Talk Dirty" (2014) and his fourth studio album, "Everything Is 4" was released in the U.S on May 29, 2015 through Beluga Heights Records and Atlantic Records. Jason hails from an impoverished Haitian family and has much faith on foundations. When he was asked about the title of his new album "Everything Is 4", he said four is an important number that follows us around. 'Four' symbolizes solid foundation. A chair has four legs. Four seasons represent a full cycle of change. His new album is packed with velvety slow jams, pop smarts, and dance-floor heat-- it is a production of his team's all star casts.
Here is the picture of a giant in the Haitian folks and Troubadour Music. Beken has dedicated his life to music.
Jean-Prosper Deauphin is simply known to his fans as 'Beken'. No hardship in his life was ever able to stop him creating soulful, melodic brand of Haitian folk music in the style of Twobadou (in French Troubadour). He lost his leg in a car accident at the age of 12. After the devastating 2010 earthquake, he found himself homeless, living in a tent camp in a public square. He became popular in Haiti after his U.S tour in the 1980s. But some bad monetary decisions pushed him into penury. After a long break, he was again rediscovered by a photographer Simon Romero, who discovered him singing at a camp meant for the displaced persons. His spirit filled work inspired producers Chris Donahue and David Macias of Thirty Tigers to help him to introduce to a new audience and Beken's newest album Troubadour was thus produced. It is his first release under a U.S label. His warm vocal with soothing guitar makes listening a delightful and calming experience. He describes himself as a melancholy artist who inspires sadness.
Here is a picture of Haitian artist Jean-Jean Roosevelt.
Jean-Jean Roosevelt, the winner of the 7th edition of the Games of La Francophonie, held in Opéra de Nice, France, has been invited by the International Organization of the Francophonie (OIF) to perform in a concert during the official ceremony of the Francophonie to be held in Hanoi, Vietnam on March 20, 2015. A second concert for him would be jointly organized by the Embassy of Haiti in Vietnam and OIF, is scheduled for March 22 in Ho Chi Minh City at the venue of the National Conservatory of Music. Jean-Jean Roosevelt has proved that wholesome entertainments if combined with art, imagination, sensitivity, poetry, song and talent- they are simply Haitians. With this initiative, the Haitian Embassy in Vietnam wishes to promote artistic and cultural exchanges between the Socialist Republic of Vietnam and the Republic of Haiti.
Here is a picture of the famous Haitian musician Black Alex who just decided to give his life to the Lord at Church Shalom Tabernacle.
Until recently, there were rumors about the death of Alex Black (the real name of the star is Jean Pierre Alex). The audience was in doubt until the group published its recent meringue "on tiptoe" where they clearly heard his voice and a photograph of the artiste with a fan was made public. On February 3rd, there was an unexpected program that viewers witness on TV Shalom: Black Alex joined the flock of God. According to the rapper's family sources, for several years, Alex is struggling with AIDS. After rumors of his death "Black Alex" made a public appearance on Shalom TV and declared his decision to rearrange his rest of life to the service of the Lord.