Guy Robert Jean | Je me Demande Seisme 2010

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Je me Demande Seisme 2010

by Guy Robert Jean

Je Me Demande Seisme 2010 is a tribute to the haitian people who died and perished in the earthquake on January 12, 2010. The song reminds us of the determination and the bravery of the haitian people and those who have dedicated their time to help .
Genre: World: Caribbean
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Guy Robert Jean was born in Haiti, this is his sixth album. He has been performing in the USA since the early 70's in such place as the Sheraton Carlton Hotel in Washington DC, the Piccadilly, the Mayflower Hotel. Guy Robert has also traveled the world , he has been in France, Canada, Germany his native country Haiti to name a few.
His latest album is a tribute to his people after the January 12, 2010 earthquake which has devastated the island. The artist is a crooner who usually charms you with his love and romantic songs , but this time , touched by this tragic event which has changed and touched most of us, Guy Robert Jean reveals a softer and a more fragile side of his emotions.
I invite you to listen to this album and share my experiences.
50% of the proceeds will go to a charitable organization, Roots of Development which helps impoverished communities in Haiti obtain the resources they need to manage their own development.


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