Kreyol La is the third most popular band behind T-Vice and Djakout in Haiti's Kanaval. Each year the Band is in a competition with the rival Krezi Mizik, also known as Nou Krezi. In 2007, Kreyol La win their first
Born in the city of Port Au Prince, Haiti has always been the land that seen Rutshelle Guillaume smile and cry. A daughter of a Pastor, she began her musical roots in church where she began singing at the age of five. Her voice, uniquely gifted, shares Haiti’s stories of triumph over adversity, with a strong sense of resilience that quickly holds you once she embraces a microphone.
I born on May 25 1936, in Gonaives...I am a teacher, musician, singer, lyricist, keyboardist and accordionist. Blind at birth, I have never seen a sunrise but has illuminated so many hearts with my love songs. St-Vincent of Port-Au-Prince was the first institution that I attended. From 1955 to
I was born in Miragoane, in 1932,known as Malacca, trumpet, harmonica, guitar accordion’s player and singer. Endowed with a melodious voice, I really can hypnotize anyone. At an early age, Frank,my older brother, introduced me to music and with Merilus Pierre-Louis; we founded my firstband, a trio. When I moved to Port-Au-Prince, I attended “La centrale des Arts et Metiers. While there, I had the privilege of sharpen my skills under the tutelage of Augustin Bruno, a great music teacher. In 1950, I was part of Conjunto International with Nemours, Sicot, and Antal Cidas Murat.