Black History Month: Rise Celestial Studios Honors Emeline Michel

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Black History Month: Rise Celestial Studios Honors Emeline Michel

She liked the way I spoke Creole. I can’t say I speak my native language as often as I speak English, but when I spoke it that day to greet Emeline… I made sure to put some love in that.
She reacted instantly and with a smile and a nod of approval from the R&B Queen herself, I was immortalized with this picture. Alongside me, Sejoe, one of the greatest Haitian comics of our generation.

Emeline Michel, born in Gonaïves, is a Haitiansinger who has been called “The Joni Mitchell of Haiti.” Her songs merge native Haitian compas and rara music with jazz, pop, bossa nova, and samba. She’s a well accomplished dancer, versatile vocalist, songwriter and producer.[1] She sang a version of Jimmy Cliff‘s Many Rivers to Cross at Hope for Haiti Now: A Global Benefit for Earthquake Relief.[2]

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