Best Of 2019 Haitian American Music

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#HaitianExcellence 🇭🇹🔥🎶👑 “I am speechless. My album, Fanm d’Ayiti – is a labor of love that was made possible by my incredible creative team, my family and the people of Haiti. It was nominated for a Grammy in the Best World Music Album category, & I am so incredibly proud.” — Nathalie Joachim is a Brooklyn born Haitian-American, Grammy-nominated flutist, composer, and vocalist. Joachim’s current touring project, Fanm d’Ayiti, is an evening-length work for flute, voice, string quartet and electronics that celebrates some of Haiti’s most iconic yet under-recognized female artists, and explores Joachim’s personal Haitian heritage. (Continue Reading On Lunionsuite.com) — 🎥 @njoachim @bitterjesterstudios @dzkphoto @spektralquartet #lunionsuite #haitianamerican #grammy #nathaliejoachim

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#HaitianExcellence 🇭🇹✨ It is with much excitement that we announce, Rostrum Records, the independent label that launched the careers of rappers Wiz Khalifa and Mac Miller, has promoted Haitian-American Nicole Plantin to Senior Vice President of A&R! — Plantin is a five-year veteran of Rostrum who signed Baton Rouge rapper Caleb Brown, UK R&B singer Taliwhoah and DC rapper Innanet. In her new position, she will continue to develop new artists and guide acts through the recording process. She also manages the day-to-day A&R operations of A&R. Her resume includes previous runs at Elektra Records, Star Trak (The Neptunes label) and BMI where she signed Jhené Aiko, ScHoolboy Q, Odd Future, Dreezy and Joey Bada$$. — Plantin notes that she is grateful to “work with a team that thinks outside of the box and works tirelessly to support and build our artists’ careers.” Congratulations Nicole and we wish you the best of luck in your new position! — Source: Variety #lunionsuite #haitianamerican #music #hiphopmusic #seniorvicepresident #blackgirlmagic

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#HaitianExcellence 🇭🇹 Congratulations to 3 Haitian Americans to make The Root [magazine] 100 annual list of the most influential African Americans, ages 25 to 45. “It’s our way of honoring the innovators, the leaders, the public figures and game changers whose work from the past year is breaking down barriers and paving the way for the next generation.” — #36 Karine Jean Pierre, Chief Public Affairs Officer of Moveon.org. The veteran political operative, Jean Oierre is also a political analyst for MSNBC and author with her book, Moving Forward to be release in November of this year. — #41 Kerby Jean-Raymond, Founder Pyer Moss and Artistic Director for Reebok Studies. Since launching Pyer Moss in 2013, Kerby Jean-Raymond has been delivering more than just fashion. According to Vogue, the Haitian-American designer takes a "socially conscious approach to the runway," focusing on the challenges and triumphs of black people in America. After inking a deal with Reebok in 2017, Jean-Raymond was recently named artistic director of Rebook Studies__, a new division that will focus on developing new talent and ideas. — #72 Henry Pierre Jacques, Mangaing Partner and 1 of 4 Founder of Harlem Capital. A venture capital firm that provide start up capital for black, brown and women owned businesses. Henry is Forbes 30 under 30 honoree and a graduate of Harvard University. — Congratulations to all who have made the list and a special “Chapo Ba”to all the Haitian Americans for this accomplishment. — Source: Theroot.com #lunionsuite #haitianamerican #haitian #blackexcellence

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#LunionsuitePlaylist!! Seeesterrrrr! 🇭🇹🇭🇹 We are all familiar with our Haitian Sister breaking out in song for comedic relief, and on her debut on reality TV. After endless teasers, we are finally blessed with some music in her very first EP, titled: "Moods of a Cancer" and that girl can SAAAAANG! She gives vocal acrobatic realness! #MoodsofACancer is available now on all streaming platforms! — Since we've heard it we had Vacation and Unattainable on repeat! Have you heard it? What's your favorite song?: 1. ZoZo Appointment (Skit) 2.Fill Me Up 3.Pick Up The Phone 4.Vacation 5. Make It Last 6. No Wig (Skit) 7. Unattainable 8. Trap Phone — Blogged By Coralie Able || 🎥 @thejessiewoo #lunionsuite #haitianamerican #jessiewoo #newmusic

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#HaitiansLivingAbroad Marcus Boereau is originally from Port-au-Prince, Haiti and an alumnus of Saint Louis de Gonzague. He currently resides in the Republic of China. He distinguished himself in Asia, with his academic performance through his singing and acting talent, where he was exposed to general public thanks to his great success in Taiwan Idol (where he was the first foreigner to be among the finalists of a Singing Contest in China of more than 5,000 participants). __ The first winner of the Chinese Government Scholarship Competition organized by the China Trade Office in Haiti, he already masters seven languages ​​and has just completed his Master's degree at the prestigious Shanghai University in International Trade Commerce. Former Director of Facilitation Operations at the Center for Investment Facilitation (CFI), Marcus worked for 5 years in foreign direct investment in Haiti and made relations between China and Haiti. __ Former President of the Association of Former Scholars of Taiwan in Haiti, he is a part of the first wave of Mandarin teaching in Haitian schools and universities, including his former school. In China, he officially launched his trading company (IMAR BUSINESS GROUP LTD.) Marcus will continue to juggle the artistic world and the activities of his company to ultimately establish a real link between China and Haiti. 🇭🇹🇨🇳 __ #lunionsuite #haitianamerican #taiwanidol #china #haiti

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Haitian Excellence 🇭🇹 Did you know… Rapper Tyga and Nicki Minaj’s hit song & video “DIP” was co-written, and the beautiful violins played in the background is by Haitian Irish musician Adèle Genèvieve Elysée — “Today, I woke up to some SUPER exciting news. I got my first co-writing credit with the release of #DIP by #tyga. Look mama, I made it! #1 on iTunes!!,My first single went gold!! What a year!!” -Adèle — "Dip" debuted at number 83 on the Billboard Hot 100. On January 2, 2019, Dip was certified Gold By RIAA after selling 500,000 units in the U.S. Congratulations Adèle 🇭🇹🇮🇪 — #lunionsuite #haitian #haitianirish #nickiminaj #caribbean

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Who’s ready to see Jessie Woo on Love & Hip-Hop, Miami? The Haitian influencer, comedian, and singer is joining the second season of Love & Hip Hop Miami. And yessss, that’s Mama Woo making her television debut keeping it very real with her daughter following a possible 5 hour Miami church service. — The South Beach spinoff of hit series and franchise-sparker “Love & Hip Hop” will return to the Viacom cable channel on Wednesday, Jan. 2 at 8/7c. “Love & Hip Hop: Miami” is executive produced by Haitian American Mona Scott-Young and Stephanie R. Gayle and co-executive produced by Maricarmen Lopez for Monami Entertainment. — #lunionsuite #haitian #haitianamerican #lhhmia #jessiewoo

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