20 septembre 2020?
Novembre 2020 pi red no limit 4Life
Konbyen moun kap gadeel nn novemb lan la like
2018 map byen pase raram bèlè tt tan
Raram No Limit - Parèt
Raram No Limit - Parèt Tout Kò'w (Kanaval 2014) Video
Menm jan a papam
Mw map toujou tandel 2019
rasta sa sanble a papam anpil
NEG JACMÈL AN ALÉ!!!?????2020
Also watch Kevin Pina's
Also watch Kevin Pina's latest documentary "Haiti: We Must Kill the Bandits": http://bit.ly/eWFDLd
RARAM video "Piwo Degré"
Co-produced by Jean Fabius and Kevin Pina (West Indies Productions)
Directed by Jean Fabius
Edited by Kevin Pina
This is digitized from the last remaining master. There was a problem with color shift from the original Beta-SP master and I adjusted the chroma and levels in Final Cut Pro Studio version 7.0.
The original was edited in analog using a Grass Valley switcher and effects unit. Good old traditional A/B rolling and effects between two Beta-SP decks. I remember having to key out backgrounds for chroma effects on several passes to tape. Those were the days.
RARAM is one of Haiti's most political and in your face ensembles blending traditional 'bann a pye' with rap and hip hop influences.
These folks were and continue to be terrific. They suffered tremendously from the repression of the US-installed Latortue regime. The list of human rights abuses committed against the group RARAM includes the killing of several of its members following the coup of 2004 and the false arrest and punitive incarceration of the group's drummer.
for starters see:
The UN's cleansing of Bel Air ahead of elections
"This is a great day. Here I am the President of a large Haitian bank, standing, at sunset, in the middle of Bel Air," he crowed. Just then, the popular and radical Bel Air band Raram, which recently had two of its members killed and three more jailed in MINUSTAH/HNP "stabilization operations," came marching down with great fanfare from Rue Macajou, playing their horns and drums.
The Damage Done: Canada and the Coup in Haiti
Yvon Antoine "Zap-Zap" is a famous Haitian musician and grassroots activist in Haiti. Several days after the 2004 coup d'état, he became a political prisoner: he was arrested without a warrant and held for two and a half years. When he finally got his day in court, there was not a single witness or a single piece of evidence against him, and he was acquitted of all charges. The original charges were based on an allegation that he had participated in an incident at the State University in 2003. The university rector had accused Mr. Antoine, but admitted under questioning that his accusation was based on information he had seen on the Internet.
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