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T-Vice Lyrics

Nou pati
Bidi bidi banm banm
Mwen pa ka kontwole l ankò oh oh

Lè mwen wè
Lè mwen wè w kap pase devanmm
Se ti kè mwen kip ran bat fò e li kòmanse tranble
Son w sansansyon ki banm friksyon
Mwen pa ka kontwole l ankò oh oh
A Bidi bidi banm banm
Bidi bidi bidi bidi - banm banm

Lè w pale
Manman cheri lè w pale ou fè tout kò m tranble
Se ti kè mwen ki pran rache e li kòmanse chante
Son w sansasyon an ki banm friksyon
Mwen pa ka kontwole l ankò oh oh
A Bidi bidi banm banm
Bidi bidi bidi bidi - banm banm

Kite konpa mache

Ay manman
Se sa ou di mwen pou m fè
Ay cheri
Se sa ou di mwen pou m fè
Bidi bidi bidi bidi
Bidi bidi bidi bidi - banm banm

Se ah when I come to the house
T-vice is in the house and I see the light
Roberto voye monte T-vice kape jwe tout moun yo anraje, se

Writer(s): Edwin B. Edwards, Anthony Sbarbaro, Larry Shields, D. James La Rocca, H. W. Ragas

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Hello Tibou,
A brief history about Haiti, just for you.
It is not by chance that you "love this music." There is an expression in Haiti that says, "Se Neg Ginin nou ye!" It translates that we are from the Negroid race in Guinea, Africa. The former slaves who forcefully took possession of the land now known "Haiti' from their former french owners were; the Hausas, the Malinkes, the Sossous, the Ibos, the Yorubas, the Arradas, the Popos, the Nagos, the Egbes, and many other tribes from the western coast of Africa. It is recorded that 51% of them were not born on that land where they gained their freedom from the perpetual servitude to the french colonists.
There was not a nation named as " La Republique d' Haiti." until January 1, 1804. The former slave, the General Jean Jacques Dessalines, of nigerian descent, couldn't have proclaimed the birth of Haiti without the events that happened on November 18, 1803. On that day, the former slaves defeated the soldiers of the expeditionary french army at the Battle for Viertieres. They were sent to the french colony (Saint Domingue) by the Emperor Napoleon Bonaparte, led by his brother-in-law, General Leclerc, to end the slave revolution there. The land then belonged to France by the accords of the treaty of Ryswick. It ceded one-third of the island of Hispaniola to France from Spain in September 1697. Prior to that treaty, the island of Hispaniola was the sole possession of Spain by the actions of Christopher Columbus during his first voyage. He claimed the island in December 1492 from the Tainos who inhabited there for Queen Isabella of Spain who financed his voyage.
On November 18, 1803 the former slaves finally achieved their quest from freedom from their former french owners. It ended their 12-year revolution against them, and facilitated the birth of the nation of Haiti. The revolution had begun on August 24, 1791, some two centuries after the beginning of the first african slaves on the island of Hispaniola .
The african slaves began to forcefully arrive onto the island of Hispaniola because of the intervention of a priest named,"Bartolome de Las Casas" on behalf of the Tainos. They were being extinct on Hispaniola under the yoke of slavery by the Spaniards. He presented their plights to the the spanish monarchy, then the ruler of the Holy Empire, and pleaded for them to be replaced by other groups of people. Based on a papal decree known as the "Dum Diversas" in 1452, his pleas for the Tainos through the spanish monarchy effectuated the importation of slaves from Africa to Hispaniola to replace them there.
The island of Hispaniola( now Haiti, and the Dominican Republic) then a possession of Spain was the first place in the american continent that the african slaves began to forcefully arrive there in the early 1500s. Eventually after two centuries of spanish ownership, the island of Hispaniola was divided into two colonies between Spain, and France. The French then known as the "Buccaneers, were very aggressive against the Spaniards before gaining possession of the land in Hispaniola. They were on their quest to get control of the western part of the island from the Spaniards. The island of Hispaniola was fought over by different european countries.
The treaty of Ryswick in September 1697 eventually turned the island into two european colonies. They were both called by the same name, " Saint Domingue "by France," and "Santo Domingo" by Spain. Actually the birth of the nation of Haiti would happen almost a century later after the French had gained possession of their part of Hispaniola, their colony named, Saint Domingue.
Whereas the Spaniards gradually moved away from their colony in Hispaniola while exploring for other land possessions, the French increased the importation of african slaves on their colony They even created a systematic way to always keep a great numbers of slaves on their colony to replace those who perished. Their exploitation of the african slaves on their colony turned many french citizens into the "bourgeoisie class " there.
In July 1789, a decree known as " Right of Man, and the citizen" declared by the french General Assembly in France changed many aspects in the french society there. Its effects then caused the french revolution there. When the words arrived in Saint Domingue through the merchants, and others, it also fueled a demand from the mulattoes seeking their full rights as french citizens in Saint Domingue.
Not being successful on their quest to gain their full rights there, they then sent messages to several rebellious slaves's leaders who were already conducting their warfare against the french citizens in Saint Domingue. Once they agreed on a single goal, collectively the mulattoes, and the african slaves began there a revolution on August 24, 1791. That revolution would last for 12 years, and gained the slaves their freedom from the french colonists. During that period, they destroyed the plantations in Saint Domingue, took revenge against their former colonists, caused their exodus to other countries such as the United states, Cuba, and other locations.
During the revolution there were several battles between the french army, and the slaves's indigenous army, but the Battle for Vertieres on November 18, 1803, was the decisive battle when the indigenous army defeated the french army. Through his fearlessness, after gaining the victory over the french soldiers, the revolutionary leader, General Jean Jacques Dessalines expelled the french General Rochambeau, and the remnants of his soldiers of the land after giving him an ultimatum of 10 days to depart. He then sent messages to the french leaders in France that the former slaves have taken possession of the land of Saint Domingue, and by no means will they relinquish it. He then removed the word, " french from cities's names, buildings etc. To infuriate the leaders of France much more, General Dessalines reverted to call the land of the french colony by its former Taino given name," Ayiti."
After a period of preparations between November 18, 1803 to the end of December 1803, The General Dessalines, then the Governor proclaimed the birth of a new nation. He named 'Ayiti," and declared its independence. The nation of Haiti then became the second independent in the american continent. Its proximity to the other nation, the United States, turned it into a security threat to the colonies of the United States, The fear of a revolution in the southern colonies to emulate the revolution in Saint Domingue (now named Haiti) caused great concerns to the the leaders of the United States.
Being a security threat to the southern colonies in the United States, and having infuriated the leaders of France by gaining possession of the land of their colony, and many other aspects, the success of the "haitian revolution" was disregarded by the leaders of the United States, France, and other countries. Till today, the nation of Haiti is still leaping over many obstacles due to exterior, and interior negative influences.
Nationally the nation of Haiti is a sovereign country, but the former african slaves who took possession of the land from France , and created the nation of Haiti were a multitude of individuals, families from many african tribes. In January 1804, they dedicated the country of Haiti as a place of refuge for all african slaves anywhere in the world. Their conviction was written in the 1805 constitution of the nation of Haiti. Its leaders wrote in the constitution that all haitian-born individuals must be identified as descendants of the " negroid race " from Africa, and are therefore must be known as,"Negroes." The word ,"Neg' the creole translation of the word "Negro" is used as a term of endearment in Haiti between all people in Haiti, no matter the complexion of their skin.
"Se Neg Ginin nou ye"
Se Neg Kongo nou ye"
Se Neg Dahomey nou ye"
Se Neg L'Afrik nou ye" All these are the terms that are still used in Haiti to indicate our lineage to our ancestors from the african continent. Whenever that you are listening to the music from Haiti that you love, you are being exhilarated by the music of your distant relatives who live miles away from you across that vast Atlantic ocean.
Viva Africa, till we get it!

All comments from YouTube:

Cece The MUA

If you don’t hear this at a Haitian party then it’s not Lit




Now.....imagine Selena and T-Vice performing this version down Eastern Parkway....

Coquettish Beauty

That would’ve been a vibe!!!!

2nv Solo

Let's not imagine that

Atislovely Official

They got sued

Samuel Simeon


Sally Dressing

🇵🇷 Love you haitii Listening 2019👍

Tibou Barry

Almost 2019. I love this music!!!!!
Listen this every morning. Sweet Micky, Alain Cave, Coupe Loue, etc ...
I’m from Guinee Conakry but I love Haiti

Dramane Picardie

Tout comme moi isirabè. J'adore ce clip

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