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Gazzman (Disip)

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He performed on playback, accompanied by a multitude of beautiful dancers. In 1992, he joined the group Yeah Bah and the band released its only album, entitled “An nou fe’l a de”. Two years later, he embarked with Zenglen Plus, which became D’Zine, under his suggestion and influence. Hits like “Apocalypse”, “Deal With It”, “Haiti”, “Lavi en exil” and “Saint-Jacques” paved the way towards the success that awaits him.Due to D’Zine’s internal conflicts, Gazman united with Arly Larivière, revoked himself, a few months earlier. The two combined their strengths and created Nu Look in 2000.

From 2002 and 2006, Nu Look released 3 albums, which would ascertain Gazman’s ongoing legacy in the Pantheon of Haitian music, with deliveries like “Assez”, “Big Mistake”, “Ave’w m’ap mache”, “Ste-Cécile”, “Young Blood”, “Gran depanse”, “Competition” and “Legacy”.He participated in an array of masterful collaborations: “Adrienne”, on the 40th Anniversary album of Orchestre Tropicana d’Haïti, “Sexy Love” on Shedly Abraham’s Jazz La Volume 6 album, “Ou Se” from the Happy 50th Compas album with Jean-Richard ”Richie” Hérard, “Ou ale” from the Leave Me Alone album of Gabriel Laporte, “Pou Yo” from Skyz Da Limit album Afrikayiti, and “Ke’m vle, ko’m pa vle” from Suave Mizik album Cadence Romantique. Gazman Pierre (vibznation.com)

Gazzman and his band DiSip recently released an album entitled “Viktwa”.