Watch dISIP’s “Heartbreak & Misery” music video directed by Robenson Lauvince.
Carimi is currently the most popular Haitian band on Spotify, with nearly 18 thousand monthly listeners. That puts them ahead of T-Vice (13.2K) and Harmonik (8.7K) on the streaming service.
Days before the 17th annual Haitian Compas Festival, Disip de Gazzman Couleur has released two tracks from their upcoming album “Limena.”
Press PLAY below to listen to “Limena” & “Banm Nouvel Ou” from Disip.
Disip is scheduled to perform at this year’s Haitian Compas Festival on May 16.
Haitian Konpa band diSip is celebrating their fifth anniversary today April 4, 2015. DiSip was founded by Gasman Pierre aka Gazzman Couleur in April 2010. The band has won Best New Group/Band of the Year and Male Artist of the Year (Gazzman) in 2011 by Compas on Broadway.
Disip has released two albums and 25 songs since 2010. The first album “Mission” was released in August 2010, and the second album “Viktwa” in July 2013. The band has also released four live albums “Toujou Fè Byen”, “Live en Martinique Vol. 1”, “Live in Haiti Vol. 1” and “Live in Haiti Vol. 2.” Happy birthday diSip!
Below are five of my favorite tracks from diSip? What’s yours? Share it in the comments below.
Watch DiSip’s latest music video for “Sweet Love” featuring Tipachou. The video was directed by Archley Bissereth aka KING.
Gazzman Couleur has released the visuals for “Ekilib” – directed by Saintanor S. Camilus. “Ekilib” is a moving song featured in Viktwa’s CD; it translates the every day challenges that Haitian brothers and sisters go through at home and away from home. The video was filmed in various location in Haiti and Florida.