Here is a picture of Edith Lefel, the Caribbean's Soul Queen. She was with for just a few years however she has made such a difference in our lives that many could not imagine. Edith Lefel was born in Cayenne, French Guyana and died in a young age in Dreux, France. As a singer, she appreciated many types of music, including folk, rock, salsa, jazz, and zouk.
Here is a picture of Jocelyne Labylle. Born on January 7, 1973, she was attracted to music at an early age. Like her mother, Labylle wanted to become a dancer
Do you remember this famous song Jocelyne Labylle released J'ai depose les clefs, which means I left my keys. That particular song set her on her way to success and since, she never looked back
Here is a picture of Wanito, a Black and white photo. This is the image of a new talent recently discovered in Haiti.
He has already become a favorite for many haitians. What made the music of Wanito so popular is that the music is a unique blend of acoustic guitar, reggae, and hip-hop.
HeSomething not seeing for many other artists, he has an incredible ability to bring the Haitian story vividely to you. Wanito, through his music, has been able to capture both the complex troubles and the simple pleasures of Haitian life.
Here is Lumane Casimir Biography. Born in 1917 in Gonaives, Lumane Casimir was a talented musician who would write songs and play the guitar.
Casimir has many songs under her belt like Larivye mwen te ye and Lumanne pa bel fanm. Lumane means happiness, being saved from sins and a better tomorrow.