“Like Fela and Seun Kuti, charismatic Canada-based Haitian rapper Vox Sambou’s record deliver into social issues.
He also fuses his homeland’s beats with salsa and hip hop.” – Chicago Tribune
“Vox Sambou was a perfect support for Calypso Rose. Their concert was full of energy and charisma, and remained as one of the highlights of the Helsinki festival” – Minna Huuskonen, Director of Helsinki Festival
“Vox Sambou: One of five musical acts of the year” – CBC News, Canada National Channel
Vox Sambou comes from Limbé, Haiti. He writes and performs in Creole, French, English, Spanish and Portuguese. He is a founding member of Montreal-based hip-hop collective, Nomadic Massive.
With his solo project performed across North America, France,Chile, Brazil, Senegal, Mali and Burkina Faso, Colombia, Morocco, Spain, USA, South Korea and China.
His music focuses on the traditional rhythms of Haiti mixed with elements of afrobeat, latin jazz, reggae, and hip-hop.
He is now at his 3rd solo album: “The Brasil Session”, recorded in Brasil, released in spring 2016. Others are “Lakay” in 2008 and “Dyasporafriken” in 2013 – that earned him the nomination of best world album music at GAMIQ. «The Brasil Session» Live recorded in Sao Paulo, Brasil, has been released in Montreal in May 2016.
The new album will be out in 2018.
“Lakay” – 2008
“Dyasporafriken” – 2013
“The Brasil Session” – 2016
“Canada Cuba get down” (album) – 2004
“Nomads Land” (album) – 2007
“Nomadic Massive” (album) – 2009
“Super Fam Mixtape” (EP) – 2012
“Any Sound” (EP) – 2013
Rael Da Rima
“Mùsica Popular do 3° Mundo” – 2011
Single with Ariane Mauffate & Nomadic Massive: “N’ap chante pou Ayiti”
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