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Camila Cabello with a multicultural twist

Camila Cabello with a multicultural twist

By Christine Jean-Pierre CSMS Magazine Until the group Fifth Harmony rose to the music scene, few people knew of the young Cuban-American songstress Camila Cabello. She was discovered on the hit international music competition show X-Factor. Then, her...
New Kazakh group wins the heart of millions

New Kazakh group wins the heart of millions

Christine Jean-Pierre CSMS Magazine Until the group Made in KZ came to the world, few people outside of Kazakhstan knew of the rich and thrilling melody of the Kazakh music. The dombyra, a two-stringed instrument resembled much like a modern version of...
What’s next for zouk singer Stacy?

What’s next for zouk singer Stacy?

Christine Jean-Pierre CSMS Magazine Since her 2016 release titled Laisse-moi t’aimer, Stacy has been practically absent. Many of her fans think she faces the same dilemma her Caribbean counterparts in the music industry are dealing with. In fact, Stacy...
The music industry has fundamentally shifted

The music industry has fundamentally shifted

CSMS Magazine One wonders what is up for regional markets like the Zouk and Konpa. Innovation has tremendously transformed not just how people enjoy music, but also how producers and artists make money. It has become harder for Zouk and Konpa musicians...
Milca, Haitian zouk songstress, on the spotlight

Milca, Haitian zouk songstress, on the spotlight

Gyna Jean-Pierre CSMS Magazine Since being crown as the queen of zouk, Milca has never ceased to shine. The songstress will be on the First Coast for the first time, according to Radio Puissance Inter, the only Haitian station in Jacksonville, Florida....
On the cover this week: Phyllisia Rosss

On the cover this week: Phyllisia Rosss

Christine Jean-Pierre CSMS Magazine In this moment of uncertainty, Phyillisia’ song L’Union Fait La Force (United We’re Strong) seems to be very appropriate. As we always have said in CSMS Magazine, Haiti will not be bloated out of existence. In...
Michel Delpech dies at 69

Michel Delpech dies at 69

Christine Jean-Pierre CSMS Magazine Michel Delpech, the author of the 1965 classic Chez Laurette passed away this afternoon after a long illness. He was 69. Albeit this legendary comédie musicale Chez Laurette, which has become a pseudo theme for CSMS...
Haitian-American Alexandra Foucard and David Sisco in a dazzling evening at The Triad!

Haitian-American Alexandra Foucard and David Sisco in a dazzling evening at The Triad!

CSMS Magazine Staff Writers Alexandra Foucard is a Broadway and Grammy-nominated singer/actress and David Sisco is a composer/performer whose works have premiered at Carnegie Hall. The impeccable duo teams up this Monday night October 5th to take their...
Our Tuesday’s beauty

Our Tuesday’s beauty

By Christine Jean-Pierre CSMS Magazine She’s the golden honey with the magnetic gaze powerful enough to tenderize the stoniest heart. The rouge lipstick that coats her sensual lips glamorizes what appears to be exuberance at its purest. Her bridal,...
Our picture of the day: Nigerian model Emerie Tammy

Our picture of the day: Nigerian model Emerie Tammy

By Christine Jean-Pierre CSMS Magazine Nigerian model, Emerie Tammy, is pushing forward, well on her to becoming the model that cannot be ignored. The young model moved to America a year ago from River State, Nigeria. Since her coming to America, she...

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