The talented Wanito was at the University of Massachussetts where he was performing in front of a crowd of student in May 2011.
His musics that are included in this latest album Biografi Mwen touches on everything. Wanito sings a lot about his frustrations with the living conditin in the slums of Haiti. In one of his songs, he also talked about his situation about an unplanned pregnancy
Wanito is a new force in Haitian music. His music is likely to impact thousands.
In this picture, Hip Hop star Wyclef Jean proudly wrap the Haitia flag on his head. This gesture is in support of the Haitian Americans. The Haitians in the past were hiding their background and their identity because of stigma. Thanks to Wyclef Jean and some other activists, they have been able to change that.
Here is the haitian artist Belo as he is performing a song with his gittar on stage.
One can safely say that Belo does not play haitian kompa music. Instead, his music style is close to Jazz, Worldbeat, Rock, Reggae and Afro- Haitian traditional rhythms known as Ragganga.
His music style allows him to become successful on an international level
Here is a picture of Alan Cave. Haitian Kompa and Zouk singer and the lead of the group Zin, Georges Alan Cav is a reference in the Haitian music business. He was born on February 27 in Brooklyn, New York and has two brothers and two sisters, Syto Cave Jr. formerly of Lakol , Wladimir Cave, Gaelle Auguste and Sereine Leon.
He became a family man when he married Myrtho Polo in 2000. They have son.
Here is a photo of Sweet Micky In Support Of Haiti. On January 12, 2010, a magnitude 7.0 earthquake hit Haiti, devastating Port-au-prince. It is reported that more than 230,000 people were killed. More than 3 million people were affected. Many homes and important structures were destroyed. A large number of people were left homeless and had to live under tents for several months
Here is a picture of Joubert Charles who died as a result of the 2010 Haiti earthquake. He was a big music promotor in the Haitian community. Because of this earthquake, 2,000,000 people in Haiti were left homeless, 3,000,000 people were in need of emergency aid. 300 million in aid has been pledged according to report
Here is a picture of the leader of the musical band Zenglen.
In a press conference conducted on December 15, 2011, the popular and long time Haitian band Zenglen announced that his maestro Jean Herard Richard, also known as Richie is to leave the band. This actually confirmed rumors that have been circulating in the Haitian music world for the past several Months.
Richie is a huge and talented Haitian musician