Ralph Conde had been involved in haitian music since the age of 16. Recognized as one of the first young Haitian guitarists, Ralph Conde is a talented musician who has worked with many haitian kompa music groups, as well as other Caribbean & European artists.
Ralph Conde started his career with the Haitian group Papash, which was considered to be one of the best first New Generation Band, From 1988 to 1993 they recorded 3 albums; "Fas-A-Fas" (Ralph's 1st Mega Hit 'Foumi nan Janm') "Aprann Renmen" (Hit song 'Gade Yo' is released!) and "Yo-Yo".
1991, Papash left Haiti for New York City. They toured the major cities from 1991 to 1994.
1994 he left the group and created Vag.
1996 Ralph Conde Joined the Haitien Band Tabou Combo. He spent 8 years playing the guitar with them touring the World. His International career started then.
2002 Ralph Conde left NY & formed a group called BANJO in Montreal Canada.
2003, when Robert Martino left Top Vice, Ralph Conde left canada to join the miami Top Vice. Ralph Conde is involved in many Haitian albums out there including album by Nu-Look, Eric Virgal, Jacob Devarieux from Kassav, to name a few.
Ralph is also a music producer. his studio in south florida is known to the community's artists, as well as haitian movie producers from all over the states, canada and even europe.