T-Vice Announces Plans To Perform Only A Cappella Music
Tuesday, 04 September 2012 00:00
MIAMI, FL – Members of T-Vice, a popular Haitian musical group known largely for their energectic sounds, shocked the music world by announcing that they intend to perform only a cappella music in the future.
"From this day forward, we are going to perform without instruments," band co-founder and maestro Reynaldo Martino told reporters. "Everything you'll hear will be purely our voices."
Unreleased 'I Love You Anne 2' Sweeps Haiti Movie Awards
Tuesday, 17 April 2012 00:00
BOSTON, MA – Despite being still in production, We Love You Anne, the eagerly awaited follow-up to Tonton Bicha's 2003 hit comedy I Love You Anne, won a slew of awards at the first annual Haitian Movie Awards held in Boston.
The movie, which has yet to officially hit theaters, took home every award it was nominated for at the star-studded gala.
CaRiMi's Mickael Guirand: 'I Still Think We Should Have Gone With MiCaRi'
Tuesday, 13 March 2012 00:00
NEW YORK, NY - After more than a decade, CaRiMi's lead vocalist, Mickael Guirand, continues to lobby fellow bandmates to change the name of the highly popular Haitian musical group to MiCaRi, band members revealed.
"Every time we get together, it's always the same thing. Mickael tries to persuade us to rename the group MiCaRi," founding member Richard Cavé told reporters. "Not a week goes by that he doesn't mention it to us. Some days that's all he ever wants to talk about and we barely get any work done."
Cavé explained that the three founders, Carlo Vieux, Richard Cavé and Mickael Guirand, took the first two letters of their first names and tried several combinations for hours before finally deciding on the name CaRiMi.
Area Kompa Band Wonders If It's Too Late To Release Kanaval Song
Monday, 27 February 2012 00:00
MIAMI, FL - Two weeks after Kanaval took place, the members of Bokit Kompa, a local Haitian musical group based in Miami, are mulling over whether or not to release their official 2012 Kanaval song, band members reported today.
"We do realize the festival already took place a few days ago," said Bokit Kompa maestro Mario Buteau. "But, people might still be in Kanaval mood, right?"
Though the new track comes as revelers say goodbye to this year's Mardi Gras, Buteau believes there may still be time to gain the public's ear with the band's latest tune.