Miss Haiti, Raquel Pelissier, was named first runner-up, while France’s Iris Mittenaere was crowned Miss Universe 2016.
I know you’ve been waiting for this, so here it is. Listen to Barikad Crew “Tann Jou Paw” Kanaval 2017.
Listen to Sweet Micky’s “Jounal Katrè (2 Ke)” Kanaval 2017.
While waiting for T-Vice’s Kanaval 2017, listen to Djakout #1’s “Ti Kriye Pou Kokoye” Kanaval 2017.
In this review, I’ll be exploring ‘Call Me Marilyn,’ the debut studio endeavor from Naïka, an independent singer, and songwriter based out of Miami, Florida. The artist has previously been lauded for her songwriting ability in the John Lennon Foundation Scholarship program, and she has accumulated hundreds of thousands of viewers on YouTube. Thus, is ‘Call Me Marilyn’ a single worth having in one’s music collection? Let’s delve deep into it and find out!
Haiti Cultural Exchange has opened submissions for the 4th Biennial Haiti Film Festival to be held May 11 – 14, 2017.
The Festival welcomes submissions of feature-length and short films, in both the narrative and documentary categories. All films must be about Haiti and/or by Haitian directors.
Wyclef Jean was on the Sway in the Morning show to introduce some young, talented singers signed to his label, Jazzy Amra and Allyson Casado. Wyclef also blessed his fans with a 5 Fingers of Death freestyle which you can watch below.