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Stromae’s Formidable:  the new Belgian sensation

Stromae’s Formidable: the new Belgian sensation

Christine Jean-Pierre CSMS Magazine         Stromae is the quintessential of urban-street artist gone mainstreamed. This Belgian artist of mixed race—white mother and African father from Rwanda—never had the chance to taste the warm coaching...
Nice Simon resurging

Nice Simon resurging

Christine Jean-Pierre CSMS Magazine After years of stagnation, Nice Simon is back and resurging. Thanks to “I love you Anne” version 2 renamed “We love you Anne.” It’s been ten years to be precise—ten years since the public was put in contact...
Katia Cadet: a songstress who sings from the heart

Katia Cadet: a songstress who sings from the heart

By Christine Jean-Pierre CSMS Magazine Staff Writer After a long pause, CSMS Magazine is back into displaying to its loyal readers all the best of the Caribbean music, and this week, the artist on the plate is Katia Cadet, a new Haitian artist leaping...
Year in Caribbean Music: 2010

Year in Caribbean Music: 2010

By Christine Jean-Pierre CSMS Magazine Staff Writer As our tradition, our review this year is quite interesting, despite early on, Haiti suffered its worst nightmare in its recent history. It sounds like music is the only refuge, a tiny air of sanity...
Rumors surrounding the death of Patrick Saint-Eloi

Rumors surrounding the death of Patrick Saint-Eloi

CSMS Magazine Staff Writers Patrick Saint-Eloi, the legendary figure of the zouk world, is reportedly to be in critical condition. There are even rumors about his possible death. However, CSMS Magazine has been unable to confirm them. According to RFO-Guadeloupe,...
Harmonik’s Jere’m: album review

Harmonik’s Jere’m: album review

By Christine Jean-PierreCSMS Magazine Staff WriterHarmonik’s debut album confirms to the world and to all Konpa lovers in particular that it is indeed an elite band. This comes as no surprise to many watchers in the Caribbean music industry, for the...
Ghetto à face à face crowns Konpa as the new king of the Antilles

Ghetto à face à face crowns Konpa as the new king of the Antilles

By Christine Jean-Pierre  CSMS Magazine Staff WriterThe latest single from Patrick Andrey and Jim Rama (left in the picture) Ghetto à face à face solidifies Konpa as the Caribbean music genre that every zouk artist from Martinique to Africa does...
Nickenson Prud’Homme: keyboardist turned singer/ producer

Nickenson Prud’Homme: keyboardist turned singer/ producer

By Christine Jean Pierre  CSMS Magazine Staff WriterIn early 2007 when he announced that he was going solo, the public simply did not buy it. Although everyone recognized his talent, there was a consensus in the mind of music lovers that Nickenson Prud’Homme...
Are Konpa and Zouk equal Kizomba?

Are Konpa and Zouk equal Kizomba?

By Christine Jean-PierreCSMS Magazine Staff WriterDid you know that Zouk and Konpa are being played inMTV Channels in Portuguese speaking countries such as Brazil and Portugal for about four years now? But in those countries, they do not call it Konpa...

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