Could there be a reconciliation between Rutshelle and Roody Rood Boy in the Making?

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Roody Rood Boy and Rutshelle gained international acclaim after a voice note and screen shots of their love triangle featuring Trouble Boy went viral over the Internet a few months ago. The former couple has been the talk of the town ever since and now they even have a movie due out this weekend in Florida based on their story. Since the whole story went viral everyone was very curious to see them but is the curiosity driven by the scandal or are they supporting them purely on talent? One thing is for sure they’ve in complete competition ever since the whole thing blew over.

 

Roody Rood Boy took advantage of the whole situation by releasing a single about the apologizing which gained him a lot of popularity even in the US. He went on and obtained a new young and beautiful manager by the name of Suzie Damas who clearly we all know were in a relationship (sippin’ tea). Well according to the ladies at my last tea party they are totally caput now.  Our sources are saying, Roody stated the reason for the separation was due to the fact that she asked him 70% of his bookings. Now we all know that’s total BS. 70%? In the US the max for a band or artists managers to get paid is 20%. By the looks of her, we’re betting she’s as smart as she looks so we’re not buying that load of crap from him. We’re guessing he got jealous again… check out Exhibit A below.

 

As for Rutshelle, she did an interview with Tele Image that probably helped further push Roody’s career. If the interview was to help her, it failed her miserably when cyberspace ran with it making her a laughing stock. She too hired a new manager.  As for the new relationship, she started dating Stephane Vincent and according to his website, he’s Coordinator of the e-Governance Unit and Advisor to the Prime Minister of Haiti. As of late, we’re hearing that’s not working out so well either. Which leads us to ask… are these two on the verge of getting back together?  We actually like them together. We don’t like to choose sides which they’ve been forcing media, promoters and even fans to do. They’re young, vibrant and It is like that some times, and if all the rumors are true… girl go get your man!

 

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  1. Mw renmen sa wi, le nou gen problème, jije sa antre, pa kite moun san la rezon foure bouch yo nan zafe nou ok anplus moun ki menm k dirije fwaye yo….

  2. Mw tap resi bwè poum sou.sim ta wè moun sa yo tounen.pou des raisons.moun facebook ta sispann radòte nan paròl moun.gen yon seri moun kap pale gen lè se lot problèm yo te genyen.ou byen Roody genlè tap choute yo

  3. Ruth cheri si se vre pran nèg ou ak 2 bras epi avanse pou pi devan dayè sak pase ya pa pase premye fwa nan mond lan les artists american fel deja e yo di fuck tout moun kap pa tenten mwen menm mw santi nou youn te fèt pou lot e mw renmen wè nou anpil.

  4. Knsian ke nou tout pa menm men pa opine de vie yon lot san pa knnl paske nou menm fanm nou tout knn fe kk diferant fason so ruth renmen misye e misye still renmenl daye depi le a misye tromatize paskel te renmen fanm ni okk e le map pale avel janl pale prouvel still renmen manze so sispann trip ranse de lavi perso moun paske nou tout se fanm nap pran poz sen nou pourtant nou tout gen neg en kachet maybe sak te rive manze pa rive nou men gen knsians sn fanm tou donk stop talking shit guys lavil pou li se li ki knn pou kisa li fe ou pa fe yn choz so lanmou de moun pa foure dyol nap ront okk

  5. Mw kntan deske Rutchelle retounen ak maril epi tou epou Roody fe yo wel marye ak li. Pou malpalan yo ka manyen wont. Sel sa yo mache ap fe nan peyi a pale moun mal. Epi pa yo a pi mal ou pap janm knnen. Je Suis très heureuse pour Rutchelle.

  6. Ki kaka rat e pou knt ou wi viv pou mache fouye tou pou knt li ,ou tronpe yn moun ki renmenw se lew gn yn bgy ki manke men mw pa kwè nan relasyn t gn manke lajan lanmou moun ki ensasiable dwe ret sel psk wap tj ap blese moun

  7. Moun ki fe sa se Ruth ak Roudy ki baw akse pr fe sa poukisa nou pa fe sa ki positif pase pr nap poste bagay pase.Sa pa bon se pa li ki ban nou akse sa pou kisa nap pesekitel ba l you Chanj.

  8. malgré tt sak t pase yo mwen tap kontan si yo ta tounen paskem t rénmen kouple sa anpil en plus yo t fem anvi GN yn moun spécial nan zyem menm Jan yo di nan Musik yo a.tu es spécial a mes yeux !!!!

  9. sispann foure dwet nou nan sak pa regade nou, rete nan limit fanatik nou nn, sak di atis pa gen dwa gen vie prive , le nap fout pran madanm moun yo deyò a , lè nap leve nèg moun yo ,sa yo di nou, kiyes ki konnen? mesye dam rete anpè tande bann Grajè , sou moun! domaj vwazen an ap tuju la su fyèl nou.

  10. m tap renmen sa anpil wi men si c sou foto sa nap gade epavre paske foto sa la lontan sa poum ta kòmanc fè fèt pou koup la fòk m ta wè yo fè yon nouvèl foto ansanm sa tap fem byen anpil antouka m renmen nou anpil rood et ruth

  11. Vouzan tout moun kap pale an dim kiyes nan nou ki pa konn fe kk .sispann jije moun pou yo pa jije nou oooo nou pafe epi nap regle tout Tintin nou apre nou tj bezwen padon epi nap vin pale bann lanmed. Bon rekonsilyasyon si se vre rutshelle. Epi sak fache bwe pwazon

    • u menm u panse c verite, m raplm m t wè foto saa 2p avan zen saa t pete, u pat swiv roody nan emisyon rigolo a, janl te pale a panse mun sayo k épou épouse, petèt c sexe friend.

Rutshelle Guillaume

Biography of Rutshelle Guillaume …
Born in Port-au-Prince on July 28, a family of three children, Rutshelle GUILLAUME is the only daughter of her Father. At the age of five, she began to sing at the church of God of Boulard directed by Pastor Louis DESTINVAL. His passion for music takes him to 19 years, in the group “REL”, a musical formation composed for the most part of young musicians of the National School of … Arts (ENARTS). She was able to meet her husband, Walner O. Registre (Doc wor) band leader of the group Rèl, father of her beloved daughter (Ruth-Warly O. Registre). Rutshelle is one of the most listening and charming women’s voices on the air today. Her opus “KITE M KRIYE” is asked and asked again in the shows to which she is invited to produce. This song, according to her, comes out of the particular to reach the social. Rutshelle, Philosopher of formation, joined the Ecole Normale Supérieure (ENS) of the State University of Haiti (U.E.H) in 2008. After completing her studies, she is currently completing her research in order to obtain her degree in philosophy. – Former Professor of Grammar and Philosophy at New Bird College. Rutshelle Guillaume currently works as: Protocol Officer attached to the Kiosk of the Ministry of Haitians Living Abroad (MHAVE) at TOUSSAINT LOUVERTURE International Airport. – During a training on vocal techniques organized by James Germain, Emmeline Michel and Stevenson Théodore at the Fokal in 2011, his performance on stage enabled him to surprise Yole DEROSE, in search of young female talents for his project “Haiti Heart of Women “. She chose to be part of her project. While awaiting the release of her album, she presents to the public the opportunity to discover it in her song titled “KITEM KRIYE” which is video-clip. In addition, Rutshelle had already participated on numerous projects with several artists and musical groups, such as: – Roosevelt SAILLANT, known as BIC Tizon dife: “Mesi ti cheri doudou” a song from his latest album entitled “Kreyòl sings Kreyòl Konpran” . Doc Filah: “Trèv pou amoni”, a song from his album “Akrilik sou twal rezon” – Eunide Edouarin dit (Eud) and Aristor Oberson says (Dad Crazy): “Fòk mwen fete”, a song of their album “Limyè wouj” – Jean Bernard Félicien dit (Hurricane) and Valkency Décembre dit (K-lib): “yon lide”, a song from their album “Knock Out” – Barikad crew , konplèks, bafon plafon “, songs from the album” RED “. To name but a few

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Neefah Song
Biography

Prior to launching her musical career, Neefah got her start by auditioning for the Brooklyn High School of the Arts; a specialized arts school where she majored in vocal music. In addition, she took Music Theory for she believes reading and writing music should be a very important factor in any musicians training.

Neefah excelled in the program and later attended the AMDA College and Conservatory of the Performing Arts where she graduated in 2006 with a degree in Musical Theater. She also graduated from the Barbizon School of Modeling the same year. Upon both graduations, Neefah began pursuing music full-time.

Stephanie “Neefah” Fontus was born on February 21st in Brooklyn, NY to a Haitian mother and a Haitian and Bahamian father. Her father, a professional bassist didn’t give her much support or encouragement when it came to music and her mother supported his decision because they didn’t want their daughter to make a career in music instead they encouraged her to complete her studies and have a normal and stable life and career. Neefah heeded her parents’ advice however it was in school where she actually found the drive and necessary encouragement that she needed and it came from her music teacher. Through her teaching and mentoring, Neefah finally felt secure enough to pursue her dream in entertainment.

Neefah went on to perform at some very prestigious events and places such as the United Nations, FAME on 42nd Street (Broadway Musical), VH1 Hop Hop Honors where she opened the show, she sang the national anthem at the Yankees’ stadium for the Mets twice to name a few.

With her career looking bright Neefah still felt the need to please her parents and obtain a degree in criminal justice but her heart still remains in music.

Neefah’s musical training and experience may be outside of the Haitian Music Industry’s (HMI) realm, she is no novice to the industry. Neefah’s collaborations include Dola Mizik, Clinton Benoit, Madman JP and Charlot Maitre on lead vocals.

Neefah’s new single entitled “Nobody but you” is officially released and Neefah is currently in the studio adding the finishing touches to her album slated for a Summer release.

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Written by Cheyna Pierre

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Yves Joseph

Yves Joseph

Background vocal

A Native of Petion-Ville, Yves Joseph, better known as Fanfan, is one of the original members of the band. Fanfan started with the band in 1968 playing the congas. In the 80’s, he moved to the front as an additional vocalist in support of Shoubou. The two have formed an impressive singing duo for the last 45 years. Fanfan is, undoubtedly, one of the most important and versatile members of Tabou Combo. Apart from being the band background vocalist, he’s also the band’s manager and main songwriter. Fanfan is a graduate (Cum Laude) from City College with a major in International Relations and a minor in Education. In the Summer of 2000, Fanfan became the first Haitian artist to land an endorsement deal with a major U.S. company when he signed with LATIN PERCUSSION (LP). Fanfan said his most positive experience with Tabou Combo was when the hit single NEW YORK CITY was released. ‘It is a good feeling to hear your songs everywhere you go in Europe, in jukeboxes, major radio stations, and Clubs,’ said Fanfan. ‘The attention you get, the pampering and the fame is unbelievable…’

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Yvon Andre

Yvon Andre

Percussions/Vocal

It was in 1968 when then fifteen year old percussionist Yvon Andre, known to all as Kapi, became a member of Tabou Combo. Back then the young musician had to sneak out of his family’s home in Petion-Ville to play with the band due to the fact that his parents were determined not to let their son become a musician. However, his love for music was too strong to be stopped. Kapi said he could have become anything, but he chose to be a musician because he loves music. It is that love that has motivated him to stay with Tabou Combo for so many years. Kapi is not just a mere percussionist; he’s also a pianist, vocalist, and songwriter. Kapi has penned many of Tabou’s hit songs. He has also written most of the band’s Spanish songs including FIESTA and PANAMA QUERIDA. The latter he co-wrote with Fanfan. Kapi said his most memorable moments as a member of Tabou was in 1998 when he traveled to the Ivory Coast to receive a lifetime achievement award on behalf of Tabou Combo, and again when RFO (French radio/television) honored Tabou Combo in Martinique; those, he said, were historical moments.

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Tabou Combo

BIOGRAPHY

“Rhythm is the essence of Tabou Combo,” says Tabou Combo’s co-founder and ex-drummer Herman Nau. The infectious rhythm of Haiti’s national dance music, Konpa (con-pah), has propelled the country’s preeminent dance band around the world. The 12 members of the band have covered many territories since leaving Haiti and relocating to New York City in 1971. By that time, Tabou had already established itself as Haiti’s number one group, and as the “Ambassadors of Konpa.” Tabou Combo now has worldwide fans and followers from London to Paris, Holland, Switzerland, Japan, South America, throughout the Caribbean and in North America.

It is easy to understand why Tabou Combo’s relentless and high-energy style of Compas dance beat knows no language barrier. Singing in English, Spanish, French or their native Creole, Tabou serves a hot mix of grooves and textures with roots from around the world. You will hear a strong dose of the Dominican Republic’s national dance music, meringue. In addition, there is Haiti’s dance-till-you-drop carnival music, rara, the hypnotic drums of Haitian voodoo rituals. Add to that quadrilles and contra-dances from Haiti’s French colonizers and funk from the American soul era to James Brown for good measure. The mixture of all these influences makes for a serious bass line that brings new meaning to the word bottom; layer upon layer of accents courtesy of drums, percussion and congas; the constant intertwining of two guitars with the feel of West African Soukous topped with bright piano riff and the brassy sound of a 3-man horn section.

Tabou Combo got started in 1968 in Petion-Ville, a town just outside Port-au-Prince, by Albert Chancy and Herman Nau and some friends, all in their teens. They began by naming themselves “Los Incognitos” because they were unknown at that time. They changed to Tabou Combo in 1969, in order to bear a name closer to the Haitian culture. That year, the band won first prize in a televised talent contest, gaining a national reputation in Haiti, and by 1970 it was one of the island’s leading bands. Then the Chancy’s parents stepped in, and Albert, the band’s guitarist, and original, leader was sent to college in Montreal and gave up music. The band dissolved and its members drifted to the United States. Early in 1971, however, an unexpected meeting led to a Tabou reunion with rhythm guitarist Jean-Claude Jean as the leader and the band has been together, with a few changes, ever since.

Employing the repetition and breaks of Afro-American gospel music, TABOU COMBO entices the listener to become listener and dancer. Almost four decades after TABOU COMBO’s establishment, the band has audiences dancing everywhere from concert halls to the streets and in nightclubs around the world. Says Fanfan, the band’s background vocalist and main songwriter, “We want people to dance and forget their sorrows.”

There is no doubt, the music is made for dancing, but Tabou also features lyrics that focus on social issues of the day. For example, the lyrics from the title cut of the group’s 1991 release ZAP ZAP deal with uplifting the image of Haitian people in the wake of bad press connected to the AIDS epidemic.

It was 1974 when the band captured Europe’s attention with its million-selling hit single NEW YORK CITY. Tabou steadily has been building its international followers ever since. The 1989 release, AUX ANTILLES (The Antilles), topped European and Caribbean charts for six consecutive weeks. AUX ANTILLES also won Best Album for Haitian Dance Music at the 1991 1st Annual Caribbean Music Awards at New York City’s famed Apollo Theater. Tabou’s release, KITEM FE ZAFEM (Let Me Do My Things), was voted among Beat Magazine’s Best of 1988. In 1989, KITEM FE ZAFEM, along with ZAP ZAP were used by the film director Jonathan Demme in his movie MYSTERY DATE. The song JUICY LUCY was chosen by French movie maker Maurice Pialat for his movie POLICE (1985). In 2002, world known guitarist Carlos Santana recorded the song MABOUYA (Foo Foo) on his album SHAMAN.

After traveling around the world with Tabou, Fanfan says he has found that people everywhere are all the same and they all love music. TABOU COMBO seduces the people with rhythm that does not let go. Konpa’s unrelenting dance beat is contagious and there are plenty of witnesses. Many of the thousands of TABOU COMBO fans around the world eagerly will testify… that is if they can stop dancing long enough to talk!

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Dat7

Biography

Based out of Hollywood, Florida, Dat7 is a Haitian band with a style deeply rooted in the finest tradition of Compas Direct with Zouk and R&B influences. Dat7 came into existence in late 2014 when former bandmates and longtime friends, Ricot Amazan (conga drums), and Eddy Viau (percussionist), join forces and created the band. They were later joined by Vladimir Alexis (drums), and Olivier Duret (vocalist), to complete the ensemble. Dat7 has created quite a stir since releasing their debut album VERDICT in October of 2015. Having been awarded the “Revelation de L’année 2015” award and the Haitian Academy Award in 2017, Dat7 continues to position itself as one of the most notable new bands, especially for their superb live performances.

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