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How Genevieve Angelique Gave Black Boston A Platform with Boston Come Through

When frustration is released the proper way, and dealt with in a constructive manner, it can actually lead to great things! Fashionista Genevieve Angelique noticed that there wasn’t a platform for people of color in the Boston area to stay abridge of events and discuss events that affected him, so she created Lagos Days, Paris Nights, a blog. The b

Singer-songwriter and guitarist Mikaelle Cartright was born in New York, and grew up in Haiti, and currently resides in New York. Her low-key jazzy style and her sensuous voice will have you believe that she took voice and singing lessons from an assortment of singing greats like Sarah Vaughan, Etta Jones, Nancy Harrow, and Dina Washington. Kreyoli

Bel is one-half of the Canadian Jazz duo known as Bel and Quinn. The Canada-born singer-songwriter and her sister-partner has wrestled with depression to become of the hottest acts on the Canadian scene. Read our exchange below! Kreyolicious: You’re a Canadian of Haitian descent. What was it like growing up with that dual identity?Bel: It’s somethi

Mikaelle Cartright has a voice that’s like tropical silk. The New York-born, singer-songwriter has a jazzy style that recalls the styles of singers like Anita Baker with a little hint of Shirley Bassey. How did she develop her jazzy style? What role do her parents play in her support system as a singer-songwriter? Read on to find out. Kreyolicious:

Josh X is bringing back the man in romance and the love in R&B with his song “Promise”. But his attempt at reviving the sweet R&B of past groups like Hi-Five, Shai didn’t start with that song. The spiritually-focused lush ballad “Heaven on My Mind” has that distinction. Already, the legendary Stevie Wonder has recognized that Josh X has a l

Skank Dollar is a survivor, however you’d like to interpret the word. He’s the Brooklyn native who raps about the life that he’s known. One of his career-defining collections Live from Da Trap, gives personal-diary-like details of life as he sees it. Prior to that work, he put out The New York Times Tape 1, a concept mix tape with each song symboli

Bloomfield college graduate and broadcast journalism professional Yvana Romelus is a star on Youtube. She deserves the status. Her videos chronicling her dating life, her fashion sense, and life as a twenty-something in New Jersey has earned her Thee Mademoiselle Youtuber channel more than 400,000 views. Youtuber Thee Mademoiselle talked about the

There is this serenity in the music of Canadian-Haitian jazz duo Bel and Quinn. Perhaps it’s because one of their influences is 1950s singer Sam Cooke. Or perhaps it’s because the pair are actual sisters, and have their sisterhood on autopilot. The sisters are hot as winter fireplace wood on the Montreal music scene. They can be seen performing at

Comments Off on Harmonik “Degaje” Cd Review by Shah! 10 songs plus the intro. Harmonik "Degage" Cd Review by Shah! My wish is that Harmonik stops that superficial intro which means absolutely nothing to the album as a whole. Get to the music will you? That being said, let's... Original linkOriginal author: Dakota

PORT-DE-PAIX, Nord-Ouest, HT (sentinel.ht) – Although accused of having personally and indiscriminately opening gun fire at a bus in Basin Bleu, with a bullet hitting and injuring a young passenger, the Mayor of Port-de-Paix, Josué Alusma, managed to obtain his freedom from the clutches of justice on Friday by the decision of Judge Vinx Étienne. Wi

Bianca Don launched Haitian Beauties LLC with dual missions: showing the beauty of Haiti, the country and displaying the beauty of young women of Haitian descent. The entrepreneur created the popular meme Haitian Girls R Made Of Sugar Spice & Brown Rice, as well as the hashtag #HaitianWivesMatter. She also sells heritage merchandise under the H