|Add Date:||2023-02-08||Pull Date:||2023-04-12||Charts:||Reggae/World|
|Week Ending:||Apr 9||Apr 2||Mar 26||Mar 19||Mar 12||Mar 5||Feb 26||Feb 19|
|1.||May 01, 2023:||I Like to Dance: Shake Off Your Pants
|4.||Apr 20, 2023:||Run-Away Radio
Ay Lina, Makonay
|2.||Apr 29, 2023:||Music Casserole
|5.||Apr 06, 2023:||Run-Away Radio
|3.||Apr 24, 2023:||I Like to Dance: Shake Off Your Pants
Kay Koulé Trouba
|6.||Apr 01, 2023:||Music Casserole
Overflowing with 19 songs, Tradisyon explores traditional chants from the voodoo religion, explosive carnival rara rhythms and lilting, folksy twoubadou songs. As of this writing, the album is #5 on the Transglobal World Music Chart.
Use this album to celebrate the music of Haiti knowing that you are in good hands. Recommended tracks:
#3 To pumping accordion and sadly dancing strings, “Kay Koulé Trouba” uses a house with a leaking roof as a metaphor for the state of the nation.The song draws on the sounds of twoubadou, the folk
music of Haiti, which first developed in response to colonial bans on traditional Afro-Haitian
music and its instruments.
# 4 Makonay - a flamboyant tune featuring vocals, percussion and a lively dance beat intertwined with a Latin rhythm.
#16 Ay Lina - reminds me of the Brazilian lambada rhythm or the Caribbean merengue.A classic twoubadou song first sung by Haitian icon Ti Paris in the 1950s, “Ay Lina” is ripe with double-entendres and tells of a man asking a girl he loves to come and dance with him.
|1.||Peyizan Yo||10.||Kadja Kadja|
|2.||Fe Yo We Kongo Banda||11.||Simbi|
|3.||Kay Koulé Trouba||12.||Le Soleil Descend|
|4.||Makonay||13.||Ba Li Lavi (Remix)|
|5.||Kontém Rakontém||14.||Peze Café|
|6.||Trouba Ewa||15.||Ibo Ibo Msé Toro|
|8.||Rara Mawoulé||17.||Soufle Van Yé|
|9.||Wawa Sé Rel O||18.||Azounké An Yanvalou|
|19.||Tifi a Leve|