His latest album, MKBN, however expands on his signature sound and fuses a variety of musical genres to contribute to a refreshing alternative to some of the more traditional Konpa direk artists that have dominated the HMI for decades.
March 28 is the day Haitians from around the world take over social media to share what some would call…
While promoting the first annual Spring Break in Haiti weekend on Instagram, Dj Stakz, a popular DJ based in New York City, came under fire from Haitian-American comedian Jessie Woo for tagging her in his social media posts.
American rapper Micheal Ray “Tyga” Stevenson traveled to Haiti for the first annual Spring Break in Haiti hosted by the International Club…
Paul Demesmin has been a promoter in the Haitian Music Industry (HMI) for more than a decade. The Florida-based impresario has organized events in South Florida and Haiti. He was the producer of Djakout #1’s “Lod na Dezod” CD a few years ago. Next week, Demesmin is organizing a huge event during the Rara Leogane weekend, featuring his cousin and Leogane native the legendary Carole Demesmin.
Paul Demesmin spoke to the Haitian Times recently.
Haitian-American pop star Jason Joel Desrouleaux aka “Jason Derulo” touched down in Haiti on Saturday, March 17. The singer and songwriter was accompanied by his parents, and welcome to Cap Haitian by Jessy Meno, the minister of tourism. He’ll be shooting the official music video for his new song “Colors,” which he’ll be performing in Russia during the opening ceremony of the 2018 FIFA World Cup on June 14.
Haiti made its presence known at the 7th Annual Orlando Caribbean Festival on Saturday, March 17. The music showcase was headlined by Haitian-American artist Wyclef Jean, and featured a line up that included Djakout #1, Harmonik and T-Vice. Other performers included Alison Hinds, Konshens, Tanto Metro & Devonte, and Jenn Morel.