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  • blog May 3, 2017

    Mixes from the Road: Music of Haiti, Chile and Dominican Republic

    Afropop producer Morgan Greenstreet has been all around the world this year. First in Nigeria for fieldwork and research for our current Hip Deep season and now in South America and the Caribbean on tour as a drummer with his … Read more »

  • blog March 16, 2016

    Lakou Mizik Video Preview: “Poze”

    Lakou Mizik is an excellent Haitian roots pop group, mixing rara horns with compas bass, guitar and drums. We were very impressed when we caught the group at globalFest in January, and you can hear our exclusive recording of the … Read more »

  • review February 18, 2016

    RAM 6: Manman m se Ginen

    The new album from Haitian misik rasin group RAM is a lengthy jaunt that crosses and encompasses many moods and styles, but maintains a consistency rooted in vodou rhythms, memorable melodies, and tasteful instrumental accompaniment. The album starts with an aggressive … Read more »

  • hip-deep March 21, 2014

    After the Quake: Music, Politics and Spirituality in Haiti

    For this exclusive Afropop Worldwide Hip Deep report, producer Ned Sublette travels to Port-au-Prince, where he checks in with bandleader Richard Morse of RAM, and with Lolo and Manzé Beaubrun of Boukman Eksperyans, both of whom produced hotly controversial carnival songs … Read more »

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