|CAP - PORT MARGOT
Joined: 29 Aug 2008
Location: Anba Tonel Konpa
|Posted: Thu Nov 13, 2008 2:26 pm Post subject:
|LES_POINTS_SUR_LES_ZI wrote: |
|Neg Port Margot - Okap wrote: |
|They're OK, sounds like American rap in Kreyol. I was expecting something catchy and that did not sound like rap, like "Lokal" or "plotonen", haa. Nice effort. Keep it up guys. |
Haitian Rap Kreyol , Se Haitian Rap Kreyol ........................ American Rap Is American Rap
Mwen Vote Pou Yon Rap Kreyol Avek Yon Lot Groov Yon Lot Feeling . Yon Rap Kreyol Ki Ka Diferanse'l De Rap Americain Yan . Mwen Vle Pale De Yon Rap Ki Gen Kreyativite Ak Orijinalite .
I'm glad you agree with me about the fact that it didn't sound original, and that it sounded like an instrumental american rap track with kreyol lyrics.
We will never be taken seriously if we're copying them they will laugh at us. The latinos picked merengue and salsa reggae hip hop and make reggaeton, they didn't sample American Rap, so they respect reggaeton.
We can use racine, konpa, zouk reggaeton, hip hop, jazz to make our rap kreyol.
M pa vle yon neg sample yon MPC track and lay vocals on it, then tell me its original.
Bel effort by the way, I love the group
Chillin in Konpa Land!!!