Raoul Denis Jr. is widely acknowledged as one of the most important and influential composers of his generation in Haitian Compas and other musical styles. With his band ZEKLE, Denis performed alongside legendary Haitian artists such as Wyclef Jean and Michel Martelly (Sweet Micky). He first achieved international fame with three ballets of his own, and as the co-director of the Creole adaptation of Plamondon's famous Rock Opera "Starmania”. Denis brings us music in such diverse genres as Dramatic, Classical, Rock, Jazz, Caribbean, Latin, Children's, and New Age.
Raoul Denis Jr. began his musical journey mastering Haitian rhythms and harmony, and later found his main passion as a composer. He has performed in numerous venues across Haiti, the Dominican Republic, France, and the USA, and was quickly noted for the unique style that he brought to the traditional Folk scene. With growing popularity, we invite you to discover the musical creations of this rising talent!
A hot Compas tune that will drive you to move your body even you don't know how to dance Caribbean music! Possibly suitable to any situation of hot and exotic party time. Fun, lively, youthful, exciting and powerful-you'll feel like you're really at the beach or Club Med line dancing. English lyrics, Instrumental, Tropical Latin Music, Afro-Caribbean
Tropical dance track with flute and accordion playing the melody. A refreshing Haitian "Troubadour" style song, giving the feel of exotic party-by-night on the beach and having fun with a couple of friends. Instrumental, Tropical Latin Music, Afro-Caribbean
A sensual track starting with a melancholic female vocal with piano and synths background, followed by a latin jazz where piano and bass express themselves in relevant solos, Female Vocals, Jazz Music, Latin Jazz
Nice and cool samba performed by great trumpet, vibes, flute and piano. Joyful, captivating. Good for a scene at a bar, near a swimming pool, in a flirtatious environment, Mixed Vocals, Latin Music, Bossa Nova
A tasty grooving Caribbean flavor track. The melody is played by a happy flute while the rhythm is backed up by a solid Haitian Compas rhythm section. The accordion completes the flavor of this tune with a zesty punchy solo. Possibly for a movie scene where friends are having fun at the beach. Instrumental, Tropical Latin Music, Steel Drums