New York, NY – October 23, 2014 – Haitian International artist BélO is one step closer to reaching a larger audience. His album, Natif Natal, passes the Grammy entry process, and it’s eligible for consideration. Natif Natal has made the preliminary list of albums on the Grammy nomination ballot (Best World Album 2014). The First-round of voting determines the nominees on the 57th GRAMMY Awards, and the nominations will be announced the first week of December.
Award-Winner Haitian movie director Tutu Demosthene has finally released the trailer for Dancing in the Shadow of Love movie starring all your favorite Haitian actors. Dancing in the shadow of Love showcases many important aspect of the Haitian culture. Outside of telling a great story, the movie is fully packed with romance, drama and comedy.
According to the director, Dancing in the Shadow of Love was written to take you dancing in the shadow of Haitian Literature. The music, humor, wardrobes, conversations, locations were all selected carefully to give you a tour of our community. The daily routine of middle class Haitians living in the diaspora. The cast was carefully selected to expose the different shades of our people. We promise to deliver an amazing story, that the whole family can enjoy for years to come.
Listen to new track from Money G titled Depi’l Pa Vle Pa Fose’l featuring Roby Rob
The United States women’s national team (USWNT) defeats Haiti 6-0 on Monday at RFK Stadium to win Group A and a place in the CONCACAF Championship semifinals. The US’ opponent in the semifinals will be determined on Tuesday, as they’ll play the winner of Jamaica vs. Mexico, facing the victor at PPL Park in Philadelphia on Friday.
Haiti needed a two-goal victory to advance but got eliminated with the result.
Watch a short clip of Joanne Borgella auditioning for American Idol; she was a top 24 contestant on the seventh season of American Idol in 2008. Borgella passed away on October 18, 2014 from a rare form of cancer.
Something new from rapper Young Slay. Here’s what the rapper has to say about the “Modern Society” track.
I wrote this track around the time George Zimmerman slayed Trayvon Martin. I feel like society is hypocritical. People associate desegregation with racial equality. Perhaps we don’t want to face the ugly truth that racism, and classicism are real in America. So, anyway I hope you enjoy this track. Any feedback is always welcomed. I want to thank you for your time, and please don’t forget to share.