Kata: Who inspired you to become a musician?
Olivier: No one really inspired me, I just loved music and singing. But if I had to choose someone, I would say my mother, her love for art, she always encouraged me to listen and appreciate music.
Kata: Besides music, do you have any other profession?
Olivier: I have a bachelors in management but I think when ur doing certain things, it needs to be that and nothing else for a while, so for now it's just music.
Kata: Do you have any regret for not being part of T-VICE any more?
Oliiver: No regret, none whatsoever, it was a great experience but on to bigger and better things.
Kata: From gigger to band founder, how do you feel to be on the other side right now?
Olivier: It is as tough as I thought it would be, but it's also awesome to feel that freedom of making your own decisions and choosing your own path.
Kata: What do you expect from the fans since the release of DAT7?
Olivier: I just want them to BUY the CD, take their time to listen and enjoy it. I think we have great music that people can relate to, I just hope they give us the chance and push us and our Haitian music/culture around the world.