Haiti music producer and singer, Michael Brun recently released his album and on that project, he featured Adekunle Gold and Mr Eazi on “Eda” and “Pa Pale” respectively and he has now come forward to explain why he did that and what he hoped to achieve with that.
On the project that has nine songs, the singer teamed up with Adekunle Gold on “Eda” while he featured Mr Eazi alongside Baky & Kanis on “Pa Pale” and well, he did that for a reason and we know why now.
According to him, with the project titled “Lokal”, he wanted to show the world that Haiti has mixed cultures by mixing sounds from West Africa and latin America and others and it looks like he achieved that with this project as more Africans are taking note.
Other songs on his “Lokal” project include “Vodou Seremoni”, “Peze Kafe”, “Ede M Chante”, “Kale”, “Akwaaba Ayiti” among others and he hit the right notes with all of the artistes featured.
Michael Brun is doing it for Haiti. as he dives into the new album ‘Lokal’ and talks features with Ebro Darden, in his words: “Soundwise, what I wanted to show with this album is that Haiti is a mixed culture, mix sounds from West Africa, the Carribeans, Latin America, it’s all interconnected. And so for this album, getting to work with Mr Eazi, Adekunle Gold, Major Lazer… it just made sense.”
Watch the video interview cut here:
Michael Brun is doing it for Haiti. 🇭🇹 He dives into the new album 'Lokal' and talks features with Ebro Darden.Listen: apple.co/MICHAELBRUNB1
Geplaatst door Beats 1 op Woensdag 26 juni 2019
The duo did what was expected of them as well. Adekunle Gold‘s style of music matched what the album wanted to achieve and Mr Eazi who runs Banku Music was a perfect fit too and their presence on the project makes sense really.