Joseph ‘’Ti Joe’’ Zenny blows the whistle with ‘’N ap Tann’’
Port-au-Prince, Tuesday, September 13th, 2016 – In this current context of political fragmentation where narrow group interests prevail over that of Haiti, women and men, fully aware of the high risk of social explosion, political collapse and outbreak of violence, have the duty to take immediate action. Our overwhelming silence and inaction are merely a reflection of implied consents to this dramatic descent into hell.
Political groupings become increasingly radical. Large-scale banditry and organized crime are rising exponentially. Child prostitution is extending over the entire territory. People are reacting with fear, concern and anger. Haitians of all ages are fleeing their homeland at a frenetic pace, sometimes risking their own lives.
In this gloomy picture, Ti Joe Zenny, well known for his visceral social commitment, cannot remain indifferent. He took his pen and found a few interesting chords as well as a melody that fits pretty well with the lyrics to send a strong message to the opposing forces on the political ground. ‟N ap Tann’’ was born.
‟N ap Tann’’ is a wake-up call to prompt collective consciousness through deep and meaningful lyrics filled with emotional and compelling melodies. ‟N ap Tann’’ aims to quickly awaken this sleeping nation and remind all of us that we are a unique people with an epic history.
‘’There is a growing concern that can easily be spotted on every Haitian face crossing my path in the streets. All that I have to address this concern is my music to shout from the rooftops: STOP COMPLAINING. LET US START ACTING NOW!’’, says Ti Joe Zenny Singer-songwriter and Producer of the song.
‘’N ap Tann’’ is available for streaming and free downloading on Soundcloud. Radio hosts, bloggers, web sites specialized in promoting Haitian music as well as the whole Internet community are strongly encouraged to providing broad dissemination of that song so it can reach a wide audience.
For more information on this song, please contact Ti Joe Zenny: