Haiti’s acoustic innovator and social activist channels his home’s deep and diverse Afro-Caribbean roots with catchy, reggae-inflected songs and R&B soul. BélO’s punchy, energetic Ragganga cocktails served up in Creole are a perfect fit for the dance hall or the concert floor. “His mix of reggae with jazz and slicker pop has made him a star both at home and in Europe.” (NY Daily News)
|Travelers||Seven: BelO (vocals and guitar), Rodyoume "Ume" Dieujuste (guitar), Junior Dorcelus (guitar), Emmanuel Jean-Baptist (drums), Wesner St. Louis (percussion), Josue Jude Nazaire (bass), Theresa Teague (company manager & translator).|
Visit the Center Stage Blog.
- Online Press Kit (with hi-res images)
- Artist Electronic Press Kit (includes audio tracks, lyric translations, etc.)
- Video: Kote moun yo (3:28) | Lyrics/Translation: Where are the people
- Audio: Banda (3:27) | Lyrics
- Print Essay: BélO's Return is Swet Music to Haiti
- Print Feature: BélO's Third Album "Haiti Debout" Finds a Silver Lining and Goes Global
- Video Feature: TIME Magazine: BélO, Singing for Haiti
General Management & Touring
Lisa Booth Management, Inc.