Music


Posts filtered by tags: Haiti[x]


 

DOWNLOAD MP3: Lil Haiti – Drugs & Love

Download another latest track by MP3: Lil Haiti – Drugs & Love Lil Haiti Drugs & Love MP3 Lil Haiti comes through with yet another new song titled “Drugs & Love” and is right here for your fast download Listen & Download Lil Haiti – Drugs & Love Below: DOWNLOAD MP3 The post MP3: Lil Haiti – Drugs & Love appeared first on 24Naijamusic. DOWNLOAD MP3 HERE The post DOWNLOAD MP3: Lil Haiti – Drugs & Love appeared first on ilovehiphopblog.
Tags: Music, Jazz, Haiti, Lil Haiti, Listen Download Lil Haiti


DOWNLOAD MP3: Lil Haiti Ft. Flipp Dinero – Where The Cap At

Download another latest track by MP3: Lil Haiti Ft. Flipp Dinero – Where The Cap At Lil Haiti Where The Cap At MP3 Lil Haiti comes through with yet another new song titled “ Where The Cap At” featuring Flipp Dinero  and is right here for your fast download Listen & Download Lil Haiti Ft. Flipp Dinero – Where The Cap At Below: DOWNLOAD MP3 The post MP3: Lil Haiti Ft. Flipp Dinero – Where The Cap At appeared first on 24Naijamusic. DOWNLOAD MP3 HERE The post DOWNLOAD MP3: Lil Haiti Ft. F...
Tags: Music, Jazz, Haiti, Lil Haiti, Flipp Dinero, Listen Download Lil Haiti, Lil Haiti Ft Flipp Dinero


DOWNLOAD MP3: Lil Haiti – Party

Download another latest track by MP3: Lil Haiti – Party Lil Haiti Party MP3 Lil Haiti comes through with yet another new song titled “Party ” and is right here for your fast download Listen & Download Lil Haiti – Party Below: DOWNLOAD MP3 The post MP3: Lil Haiti – Party appeared first on 24Naijamusic. DOWNLOAD MP3 HERE The post DOWNLOAD MP3: Lil Haiti – Party appeared first on ilovehiphopblog.
Tags: Music, Jazz, Haiti, Lil Haiti, Listen Download Lil Haiti, Party Lil Haiti Party


DOWNLOAD MP3: Lil Haiti – Poland Spring

Download another latest track by MP3: Lil Haiti – Poland Spring Lil Haiti Poland Spring MP3 Lil Haiti comes through with yet another new song titled “Poland Spring” and is right here for your fast download Listen & Download Lil Haiti – Poland Spring Below: DOWNLOAD MP3 The post MP3: Lil Haiti – Poland Spring appeared first on 24Naijamusic. DOWNLOAD MP3 HERE The post DOWNLOAD MP3: Lil Haiti – Poland Spring appeared first on ilovehiphopblog.
Tags: Music, Poland, Jazz, Haiti, Lil Haiti, Poland Spring Lil Haiti Poland, Listen Download Lil Haiti


DOWNLOAD MP3: Lil Haiti – Slide

Download another latest track by MP3: Lil Haiti – Slide   Lil Haiti Slide MP3 Lil Haiti comes through with yet another new song titled “Slide” and is right here for your fast download Listen & Download Lil Haiti – Slide Below: DOWNLOAD MP3 The post MP3: Lil Haiti – Slide appeared first on 24Naijamusic. DOWNLOAD MP3 HERE The post DOWNLOAD MP3: Lil Haiti – Slide appeared first on ilovehiphopblog.
Tags: Music, Jazz, Haiti, Lil Haiti, Listen Download Lil Haiti


#TrackoftheDay: “Anba Siklòn”

Lakou MizikHaiti (2016) There are days when we all feel like the sky is falling on us. Or that the earth is shifting around under our feet. And if you’re Haitian, that has been literally happening far too often. Lakou Mizik was formed after the 2010 earthquake. That’s right, where you or I might have just gotten bitter and scribbled manic poetry (or gotten more bitter and scribbled more manic poetry), these guys banded together to throw a bunch of genres in a blender to make a fun mu...
Tags: Music, Stimuli, Haiti, Don, Lakou Mizik, Wa Di Yo Google


Virginia Teen Dies After Summoning Ancient Haitian Voodoo God Papa Legba

The recent death of a Virginia teen has been blamed on her practicing Haitian Voodoo spells to summon the deity known as “Papa Legba.” 19-year-old Katelyn “Kat” Restin was found dead after she allegedly drowned in a bathtub, according to posts on social media from her friends. Restin’s unexpected death came just two days after she claimed to have seen Papa Legba apparently after a summoning spell people warned her not to try. Papa Legba is a “loa,” which are spirits of Haitian Vodou and Louisian...
Tags: Facebook, Virginia, Social Media, Jazz, Baron, Aaliyah, Haiti, Voodoo, KAT, Katelyn, Human Interest, Lance Reddick, Guinee, Papa Legba, Restin, Katelyn Kat Restin


Virginia Teen Dies 2 Days After Writing on Facebook That She’d “Seen Papa Legba”

The recent death of a Virginia teen has been blamed on her practicing Haitian Voodoo spells to summon the deity known as “Papa Legba.” 19-year-old Katelyn “Kat” Restin was found dead after she allegedly drowned in a bathtub, according to posts on social media from her friends. Restin’s unexpected death came just two days after she claimed to have seen Papa Legba apparently after a summoning spell people warned her not to try. Papa Legba is a “loa,” which are spirits of Haitian Vodou and Louisian...
Tags: Facebook, Virginia, Social Media, Jazz, Baron, Aaliyah, Haiti, Weird News, Voodoo, Trending, KAT, Katelyn, Human Interest, Lance Reddick, Guinee, Papa Legba


Watch Jenny Lewis & Beck Cover “Love Hurts” At CORE Benefit Show

Last night, Sean Penn hosted the 10th annual gala for his charity CORE, which started after the 2010 Haiti earthquake and aims to help out an area after it is struck by a natural disaster. The event took place at the Wiltern Theatre in Los Angeles. More »
Tags: Video, Music, Beck, Los Angeles, Wiltern Theatre, Haiti, Jenny Lewis, Sean Penn, Linda Perry, Nazareth, Portugal the Man, The Everly Brothers


Stream Kaytranada’s New Album BUBBA

It's been almost four years since Kaytranada released his debut album, 99.9%, though he's spent that time releasing plenty of one-offs and collaborations to hold his fans over. But this past Monday, the Haiti-born and Montreal-based producer sprung a little surprise on us by announcing that his sophomore album, BUBBA, would be out … More »
Tags: Music, Pharrell, Sir, Montreal, Haiti, Album Stream, Tinashe, Estelle, GoldLink, Mick Jenkins, Kaytranada, Bubba, Masego, Kali Uchis, Charlotte Day Wilson, Iman Omari




Mamaz Boy – Polaris (EP)

https://open.spotify.com/album/3Mm4yoriZ3Sdt1WcA7oa0I Sacramento, California-by-way-of-Haiti recording artist Mamaz Boy is ready to shake up the music business with his energetic new sound. Inspired by tragedy, Mamaz Boy relies on music as an escape from the harsh reality he endured growing up in Oak Park. Ready for the world to know his name, Mamaz Boy unveils his debut EP, intriguingly-titled, Polaris. Coming from a region known for its artists thriving based on their unique sounds. Follow su...
Tags: Sacramento, Albums, Jazz, Haiti, Polaris, Sacramento California, Mamaz Boy, Playhouse Productions, Oak Park Ready, Playhouse Productions Stream, Spotify Follow Mamaz Boy


Leyla McCalla's 'The Capitalist Blues' Is the Essential Album to Inspire Resistance

None Listeners should expect tenacious political and social commentary from an album titled The Capitalist Blues. Leyla McCalla, the renowned cellist and Americana/folk performer, unequivocally delivers. First receiving recognition as a member of the iconic old-time string group the Carolina Chocolate Drops, McCalla's solo career is equally rousing. Her latest release, The Capitalist Blues, is an inspired album centralizing the importance of music as an outlet for castigating society's ills. Mo...
Tags: Music, Review, New Orleans, Americana, Music Review, Haiti, Aleppo, Folk, Don, McCalla, Leyla McCalla, Calypso, Neville Marcano, Mize Pa Dous, Topsy Chapman


'Wasteland', or, How We Went From World War I to White Walkers

The Great War—now better known as World War I, before World War II forced historians to retcon the name—gave rise to fabled books and their film adaptations such as Ernest Hemingway's The Sun Also Rises (1926), Dalton Trumbo's Johnny Got His Gun (1938), and Erich Maria Remarque's All Quiet on the Western Front (1928), as well as the Lost Generation of American writers: F. Scott Fitzgerald, Gertrude Stein, John Dos Passos, and many more. Yet readers will find very few references to them in Waste...
Tags: Europe, Books, Music, Hollywood, Film, Horror, Stephen King, Zombies, US, Book Review, History, Middle East, World War I, Manhattan, Jack, George Romero


Stream Kaytranada’s NOTHIN LIKE U / CHANCES EP

Way back in 2016, Kaytranada, the Haiti-born and Montreal-based dance producer, released 99.9%, his guest-heavy debut album. It was great. But since then, there's been basically no indication that Kaytranada feels like making another album. Instead, he's been producing for people like Mick Jenkins, remixing people like Kelela, and … More »
Tags: Music, Montreal, Kelela, Haiti, Album Stream, Ty Dolla $ign, Mick Jenkins, Kaytranada, Shay Lia


Sights and sounds of Haitian vodou

Between 1947 and 1954, avant-garde dancer and experimental filmmaker Maya Deren visited Haiti and immersed herself in vodou. Supported with a Guggenheim Fellowship grant, Deren intended to study and film the trance dancing of vodou ceremony. Ultimately, Deren became an active participant in the rituals. She documented her experiences in the 1953 book Divine Horsemen: The Voodoo (Living) Gods of Haiti and the footage that resulted in the entrancing 1981 film above, completed two decades after ...
Tags: Video, Music, News, Film, Religion, Haiti, Joseph Campbell, Avant Garde, Petionville, Maya Deren, Guggenheim Fellowship, Deren, Voudoun, Grant Corum, Cherel Ito, Teiji Ito


Trump’s Tweets About Puerto Rico's Maria Death Toll Are His Worst Gaslighting Yet

Despite overwhelming evidence proving at least 2,975 people died in Puerto Rico after Hurricane Maria, President Donald Trump has chosen to sully the memory of the U.S. citizens we lost in a series of tweets in which he rejected scientific research and his own government's assessment. It's his worst gaslighting yet."3,000 people did not die in the two hurricanes that hit Puerto Rico. When I left the Island, AFTER the storm had hit, they had anywhere from 6 to 18 deaths. As time went by it did n...
Tags: Fashion, Music, Florida, Texas, Obama, Washington Post, NFL, United States, Harvard University, Fema, Army, Pentagon, Houston, Donald Trump, Haiti, Maria


Meet the Family of Naomi Osaka, the Pro Tennis Player Who Beat Serena Williams in the U.S. Open

Naomi Osaka, born October 16th, 1997, is an American-Japanese professional tennis player who defeated Serena Williams in the final of the U.S. Open on Saturday (Sep. 8).Her older sister, Mari Osaka, is also a professional tennis player, and together, the two sisters represent the three cultures they were raised with: American, Japanese and Haitian.Here’s what you need to know about Naomi Osaka and her family: Naomi Osaka’s father, Leonard François, is Haitian and her mother, Tamaki Osaka, is Jap...
Tags: Family, Japan, Florida, New York, Washington Post, Sports, America, Adidas, United States, Tennis, Williams, New York Times, Pop Culture, Jazz, Tokyo, Usa Today


10 Innovative Indie Beauty Brands To Watch This Fall

Even if you were the first of your friends to rave about Drunk Elephant's Babyfacial, and the only one to know the correct pronunciation of Glossier back in 2016, you still might be behind in the world of indie beauty — and we can't blame you. It's hard enough to keep your finger on the pulse of what's new at Sephora or Ulta Beauty, but a tiny brand churning out essential oils in its kitchen? It's bound to fly well below anyone's radar.But all brands, up-and-coming and chain store sellouts, hav...
Tags: Fashion, Music, Texas, Australia, France, India, Africa, Tennessee, Haiti, Sephora, Provence, Ulta Beauty, Luken, Babyfacial, Purvisha Patel, Black Chicken


Things to do in the San Fernando Valley and LA area, Aug. 10-17

  Billy, a male Asian elephant at the Los Angeles Zoo and Botanical Gardens. The zoo celebrates World Elephant Day, Aug. 12, with information on elephants, 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Aug. 11-12. (Photo by Tad Motoyama/Photo courtesy of the Los Angeles Zoo)     There’s always something fascinating to do in the San Fernando Valley and greater Los Angeles area. Here is a sampling of entertainments this week, and also save-the-date events to put on your calendar. EVENTS     World Elephant Day at the L...
Tags: Local News, Art, Comedy, Dance, Events calendar, Movies, Music, San Fernando Valley, Theater, Things to Do, Top Stories LADN


4 Black Girls With Big Dreams & The 4 Women Living Them

There’s something audacious about a Black girl who dares to dream. In a world that so easily dubs white men geniuses, but views Black girls as needing less protection and care from as young as five years old, nurturing their spirits and dreams can be transformative.In recent years, Black girls have made themselves seen, felt, and heard in every field. There are more Black role models than ever — and Refinery29 wants to shout them out.From 13-year-old Marley Dias and her international campaign t...
Tags: Fashion, Music, Beyonce, Shonda Rhimes, Rihanna, New York City, Nigeria, Fbi, Netflix, Brooklyn, Nba, Michelle Obama, Michigan, Espn, Cw, Haiti


4 Black Girls With Big Dreams & The 4 Women Living That Reality

There’s something audacious about a Black girl who dares to dream. In a world that so easily dubs white men geniuses, but views Black girls as needing less protection and care from as young as five years old, nurturing their spirits and dreams can be transformative.In recent years, Black girls have made themselves seen, felt, and heard in every field. There are more Black role models than ever — and Refinery29 wants to shout them out.From 13-year-old Marley Dias and her international campaign t...
Tags: Fashion, Music, Beyonce, Shonda Rhimes, Rihanna, New York City, Nigeria, Fbi, Netflix, Brooklyn, Nba, Michelle Obama, Michigan, Espn, Cw, Haiti


Roxane Gay's Playlist for Her Collection "Ayiti"

Grove Press published a new edition of Roxane Gay's collection Ayiti this week with two previously unpublished stories. Below is her 2012 Book Notes playlist for the book. In the Book Notes series, authors create and discuss a music playlist that relates in some way to their recently published book. Previous contributors include Bret Easton Ellis, Kate Christensen, Kevin Brockmeier, George Pelecanos, Dana Spiotta, Amy Bloom, David Peace, Myla Goldberg, and many others. Roxane Gay's story c...
Tags: Music, Bonnie Raitt, Jimi Hendrix, David, Brooklyn, United States, Ronald Reagan, Miami, Nebraska, Michigan, Catholic, Kate Bush, Louis Armstrong, Haiti, West Indies, Midwest


Haitian DJ Michael Brun Is Bringing His Island’s Sounds to the World

"I’ve realized that the sound of the street in Haiti is not that different from the sound of the street in Colombia, or Benin, or Paris, or the U.S."
Tags: Music, News, Uncategorized, Colombia, Paris, Haiti, Benin, Michael Brun


Jerry LaMothe’s ‘The Promisekeeper’ selected for Made In NY Screenwriters Showcase, May 10th

As reported by BlackFilm.com, this Thursday May 10th, writer/director Jerry Lamothe’s long awaited passion project, “The Promisekeeper,” will have a live table reading as one of three screenplays chosen for the Screenwriters Showcase at the first ever “Made in NY” Media Summit . Hosted by the New York City Mayor’s Office of Media and Entertainment (MOME), the day-long event will take place in Harlem at the world-famous National Black Theatre.   In Lamothe’s screenplay, a critically accla...
Tags: Music, New York, New York City, Blog, Haiti, Harlem, Film/tv, Michael B Jordan, Jenifer Lewis, Nora, Lamothe, Bounce Tv, Made in NY, Mayor's Office of Media and Entertainment, BlackFilm, Mome


Get The Scoop: The Best Ice Cream In NYC

Photo: Courtesy of Il Laboratorio. It takes very little convincing to get us to the ice cream shop. Rocky road for lunch, you say? Don't mind if we do. The only thing harder than choosing a flavor is narrowing down a place to go — especially since New York is home to many must-try confectioneries. So, we spoke with food writer Julia Turshen about our addiction conundrum. She went ahead and curated the best of the best — the cream of the cream, if you will. Ahead, Turshen walks us through t...
Tags: Fashion, Music, New York, Congress, Brooklyn, Warren, Haiti, Rwanda, Rocky, Don, Greenpoint, Vanderbilt Avenue, Chrystie Street, Prince Street, Morgenstern, Van Leeuwen


Joe Donnelly's Playlist for His Essay Collection "L.A. Man"

In the Book Notes series, authors create and discuss a music playlist that relates in some way to their recently published book. Previous contributors include Jesmyn Ward, Bret Easton Ellis, Celeste Ng, Lauren Groff, T.C. Boyle, Dana Spiotta, Amy Bloom, Aimee Bender, Heidi Julavits, Hari Kunzru, and many others. Joe Donnelly's book L.A. Man collects his profiles of Wes Anderson, Werner Herzog, and others who have shaped our culture. In his own words, here is Joe Donnelly's Book Notes musi...
Tags: Music, Texas, California, Berlin, Los Angeles, David, Wes Anderson, Peru, Madonna, Batman, Bob Marley, Joni Mitchell, Lou Reed, Rushmore, Haiti, Iggy


Listen and Stream Moe Kash Closest Man 2 God Album

I’ll keep it 100 with you all, the amount of music I get sent to me is crazy. Trust me, I’ll try to listen to most of, if not all of it sent to me. I’m a huge fan of old-school hip hop and there’s alot of talent in the new school cats out there. For the most part, they’re not mainstream artists and have a huge following on the underground tip. Recently, I received this project from Moe Kash and thought it was amazing. Since I’m going to restart my Music Monday, but only when something grabs my...
Tags: Hip Hop, Jazz, Haiti, Moe, Blog Hops & memes, Music Monday, Moe Kash Closest Man, Moe Kash, Broward County Florida Moe, Rick Ross Young Jeezy


David Byrne Creates a Playlist of Creative Music From Africa & the Caribbean—or What One Nameless President Has Called “Shithole Countries”

Image by LivePict, via Wikimedia Commons However many shades of disgust may have run through me when a certain world leader referred to Haiti and countries in Africa as “shitholes,” within hours, my head was turned in every direction by defiant, creative responses to the morally bankrupt comment that exposed the thinking behind it as completely void of knowledge and respect for the vibrancy of the countries in question. However wearying this display of ignorance, it only threw into higher reli...
Tags: Google, Music, College, Africa, Haiti, Caribbean, David Byrne, Facebook Twitter, Fela Kuti, Byrne, Josh Jones, Wikimedia Commons However, Durham NC Follow, Luaka Bop, Amadou Miriam, LivePict


In New Orleans, Whispers of Haiti Become a Brassy Mardi Gras Shout

The band Arcade Fire will put on a Haitian-themed party and parade at a time when the news has been bleak for many Haitian-Americans.
Tags: Music, News, La, New Orleans, Haiti, Mardi Gras, New Orleans (La, Haitian-Americans, Arcade Fire (Music Group, Preservation Hall (New Orleans



Filters
March - 2021
MoTuWeThFrSaSu
1234567
891011121314
15161718192021
22232425262728
293031    
April - 2021
MoTuWeThFrSaSu
   1234
567891011
12131415161718
19202122232425
2627282930  
May - 2021
MoTuWeThFrSaSu
     12
3456789
10111213141516
17181920212223
24252627282930
31