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Boukan Ginen
Origin Port-au-Prince, Haiti
Genres Mizik rasin
Years active 1990–present
Labels Xenophile
Members Eddy François, Lead Singer
Vladimir Jean-Félix, Lead Guitar
Richard Laguerre, Bass Guitar
Bedy Andre Eugene, Guitar
Milot Eliassaint, Keyboards
Evans Seney, Drummer
Myrtho Exavier, Drummer
Dieusuel Liberus, Drummer
Jude Sanon, Drummer
Jean Dorvil, Percussion
Manina Paniague, Chorus
Carline Ruiz, Chorus
Charles Heurtelou, Chorus

Boukan Ginen is a mizik rasin band from the city of Port-au-Prince, Haiti. Boukan is the Haitian Creole word for "bonfire" or "fire pit". Ginen is a specific Haitian name for the ancestral home of enslaved Africans by European colonists or European barbarians.

History

Boukan Ginen won the prize for best carnival song at the 1991 Carnival in Port-au-Prince, for their performance of "Pale Pale W", a song later released on their debut album, Jou a Rive. The song title means "talk" and included lyrics widely interpreted as supporting the presidency of Jean-Bertrand Aristide. The band's music was suppressed by the military authority of the junta led by Raoul Cédras that ruled the country from 1991 to 1994.

In 1994, Boukan Ginen became the third Haitian musical group to receive the Prix Découverte from Radio France International.[1]

Discography

Year Album Label Notes
1995 Jou a Rive Xenophile
1996 Rèv an Nou Xenophile

References

Cited References
  1. ^ Averill, Gage (1994). Jou a Rive, Boukan Ginen, inner liner notes. Xenophile Records, released 1995.


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