Music: J Perry – Anyway Kizomba Remix By DJ Super Duke & Mark G

By October 8, 2014 Kizomba, Music, Remix

J. Perry - Anyway Kizomba Remix By DJ Super Duke & Mark G

DJ Super Duke and Mark G have just released a super hot Kizomba remix of J Perry’s latest hit single Anyway. So hit the play button below and pop up the volume to listen to J Perry – Anyway.

For those who don’t know, Kizomba is one of the most popular genres of dance and music originating in Angola. It mixes influences of traditional semba with Angolan merengue and Kilapanda (traditional Angolan music).

Ex-Haiti President Jean-Claude Duvalier “Baby Doc” Dies at 63

By October 4, 2014 News

Ex-Haiti President Jean-Claude Duvalier Dies

Former Haitian president Jean-Claude Duvalier “Baby Doc” dies of heart attack; he was 63 years old. His attorney Reynold Georges says he died at home of a heart attack on Saturday September 4, 2014.

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President Michel Martelly on Board of American Airlines’ First Flight to Cap-Haitien

By October 2, 2014 News


American Airlines launches its new daily service between Miami International Airport (MIA) and Cap-Haitien, Haiti (CAP) today, adding a new international destination to the airline’s growing global network. American Airlines becomes the first U.S. major carrier to offer daily, nonstop service to Cap-Haitien, Haiti, the country’s second largest city.

“Cap-Haitien is a destination we’ve had our sight on for a very long time,” said Art Torno, senior Vice President for Mexico, Caribbean and Latin America.

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Video: Nu-Bel – Plezi Le Zo’m

By October 1, 2014 Konpa, Music, Videos

u-Bel - Plezi Le Zo'm

Watch Nu-Bel’s new video “Plezi Le Zo’m” directed by Robenson Roby Lauvince.

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Introducing Haitian Cartoonist, Jerry Boursiquot aka Bousiko

By September 30, 2014 Arts
Introducing Haitian Cartoonist, Jerry Boursiquot aka Bousiko

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Jerry Boursiquot is a very talented Haitian cartoonist and graphic designer. There’s a very good chance that you may have seen his work internationally whether it’s through his online cartoons or from his work with the Haitian relief fund.

Boursiquot is mostly a self-taught illustrator who first began publishing his cartoons in the newspaper Le Martin. While his professional career really got started in 2009, he really started to develop his style during his senior years in high school. Starting initially with short doodles in class, he began drawing the things that he knew best; his teachers. For the most part Jerry Boursiquot was a bit of a class clown at this stage of his life. He would start by drawing up cartoons in caricatures of his teachers and his professors at college and then pass them out to the rest of his class. It was through these initial acknowledgments that he gained the confidence to submit some of his cartoons in caricatures with political motivation into the newspaper Le Matin in 2009.

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Video: Solomiyo – Nan Ghetto Feat. Eddy

By September 30, 2014 Music, Rap Kreyol, Videos

Solomiyo - Nan Ghetto Feat. Eddy

Directed by Ron Mentor watch the visuals for Solomiyo’s track “Nan Ghetto” featuring Eddy.
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