I’m not sure what they were aiming for on that first verse section, but I wish we could have a do-over, especially the lead vocal. Everything seems to be hobbling and limping along. The other prickly moment comes during the bridge [at 2m05s and 2m16s] with the ever so annoying “HEY”. Some folks will say I’m nitpicking, but if they had to constantly hear this gratuitous element on every Haitian CD being reviewed, I’m sure it would become a thorny issue for them too. The rest of the song is an easier ride and is surprisingly polished for a JBeatz production. On the whole, it’s good opener, though one minute too long.
After 3 years hiatus, the gifted Nulook group finally grants us new materials: My Time. After listening to the first three singles, I wasn't that impressed until I got to listen to the entire album over and over. I attentively listened with no prejudice to not erroneously grade it unfairly. This album is an attribute to all konpa lovers and konpa nuts like myself. That being said let me begin to cumulatively and fairly analyze every song of My Time.
Back by popular demand Bingo night with Klass and Enposib.
Don't miss this Event...
the New York Haitian Promoters Coalition is back and has announced its 2nd annual Food Festival to take place this July in Brooklyn.
Buy your Tickets now. HERE !! VIP and Table reservations are available.
The New York Haitian Promoters Coalition (NYHPC) would like to take this opportunity to invite you to the 2nd annual A la Carte: A Food & Culture Festival.
Food and entertainment for the whole family showcasing Caribbean, Haitian and African cuisine. Chefs demo, bands, face painting, drumming and more.
Event hosted by the one and Only Dahved Levy
Corporate Executive Chef at BB Kings Restaurant Chef Patrick Simpson and Chef Natacha Gómez
Music By BoHio Music & Casym Steel Pan
And style show by Sabine's Hallway
And much much more!
Come indulge in the cuisine of the Black Diaspora!
The event will be held on Sunday, July 30th, 2017, at BKLYN Commons, located at 495 Flatbush Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11225. BKLYN Commons, which provides both an indoor and outdoor environment, is the perfect setting for the festival as it’s situated in the epicenter of the Caribbean and African communities of NYC.
The festival in it’s second year, is the first one of it's kind in NYC targeting the Caribbean, Haitian and African Market. With over 2 million Caribbean and African born immigrants, New York City is a mecca of diversity, culture and exchange.