Bachata has long been popular in Haitian communities in the Dominican Republic. It has become a musical path to express a clearly Dominican identity and, nevertheless, particularly relevant to the experience of Haitian immigrants. Although Creole is the mother tongue of several popular bachata artists, it is not until now that a bachata is released in the Haitian language.
Bachata Haiti exhibits the art of Dominican singers and composers of Haitian origin. They sing in Creole and in Spanish, infusing their bachatas with new cadences and rhythms.
For more information, see: Bachata Haiti artist page.
We are pleased to present a pre-release of the single Cheri Amou by Toni Tomás. The full album will be available in the fall of 2018.