Thursday, November 21, 2019 ((rezonodwes.com)) – The 62nd edition of the famous Grammy Awards is a nod to Haiti by including in the list of nominees of the category World Music for the year 2020 album in Creole “Fanm Dayiti” by Haitian singer Nathalie Joachim
“I am speechless,” exclaimed the talented artist, recounting this good news. “My album, Fanm d'Ayiti – is a work of love made possible by my incredible creative team, my family and the Haitian people,” she said.
Also a composer and flautist, Nathalie Joachim has put Fan Ayiti, her first album, on August 30, 2019 into circulation. The album explores Haitian culture and celebrates the legacy of feminine icons of the local song. The songs of Fanm d'Ayiti have all been written or arranged by Joachim. They are performed on vocals, flute, and electronics, alongside the Spektral Quartet String Ensemble.
Nathalie Joachim is known for creating The Wall Street Journal as “a unique blend of classical music , hip-hop, electronic programming and soul vocals … “
” Richly woven, delicately surprising, ingeniously arranged, beautiful and comforting. Traditional Haitian tales, inventively mixed with orchestral and electronic sounds that complement Nathalie's magnificent song, constantly playing a rhythmic and melodic counterpoint, “marveled the musician Ryan Conlan, commenting on the album on BandCamp
Madan Bellegarde's interpreter asks the fans to cross their fingers while waiting for the fateful day of January 26th to know if “Fanm Dayiti” will be able to triumph over the other opus in the running and receive one of these awards created in 1958 awarded each year in the United States by the National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences to honor the best artists and the best technicians in the field of music.
A real challenge for Nathalie, because her album is in competition with Celia of Angelique Kidjo, Gece of Altın Gün What Heat of Bokanté & Metropole Orkest, and African Giant of Burna Boy. 19659008] Latest News ” data-recalc-dims=”1″/>