Harry Brice | Men Konpa

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by Harry Brice

Kompa Mizik
Genre: World: Kompa
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1. Anana
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2. Gran Moun Pa Jwé
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3. Joli Bébé
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4. Katrina
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5. Lanmou
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6. Maison Anté
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7. Non A Dròg
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8. Kreyol La
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9. Tomazo
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10. Respekté Fanm Yo
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11. Men Kompa
5:36 $0.99
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12. Chalè Lanmou
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13. Bay Bondyé Viw
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14. No Violence
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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1974 Harry enters the Untied Sates of America. In 1975 Harry joined the group ‘’ Clinik’’ then the group ‘’ Tap- Tap. Harry set sail on his own producing, writing and singing as a solo artist with five successful albums. In compas, a mix album of calypso, zook, and reggae. As a veteran of the business Harry have had a great success Harry Brice at age 15 started his singing career in a local band in his small community. It only took a few years before Harry Brice became a household name in the small city where he once lived in Port-Au-Price, Haiti. At the age of 15 Harry was once the front man of one of the most successful bands in Haiti name the ‘’ Vikings’’ after three years as their front- man Harry went on to join the ‘’ Combo Negro’’ another powerful band who was a great success on the small island. In in the Haitian market with six previous records , the name Harry Brice has been a household name for the Haitian people, for the past decade as one of Haiti’s top solo male vocalists.

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