On Tuesday October 9th at 8am, the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame will announce the next class of nominees. With 2019 being his 25th year after the release of his first commercial recording, Blunted on Reality with the now disbanded Fugees, it makes Wyclef eligible for induction into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame.
Author and professor Yanatha Desouvre is celebrating Father’s Day this year doing what he does best — inspiring people.
Voices with Jawan Strader on NBC 6 Miami
MIAMI – Haitian-American Author Yanatha Desouvre is set to release the publication of his latest book, Revelations: Roads to Redemption– Goodman Chronicles Book Two.
This 354-page novel will be available on April 16, 2018, Desouvre’s birthday. On that day, you are invited to the book’s virtual launch party on Facebook.
Revelations: Roads to Redemption, a rambunctious team of vigilante heroes takes us on an emotionally charged, action-packed journey to find a missing fiancé
After Amara’s fiancé goes missing, Grayson Goodman and his unorthodox, ragtag vigilante crew must get ahead of the FBI to find out what happened that night at the upscale Club Escape in Philadelphia.
Our heroes take on an action-packed, emotionally charged journey from the city of ‘Brotherly Love’ to the ‘Magic City’ of Miami, that will unravel their deepest, darkest secrets, and force them to face the dire consequences of yesterday’s choices.
"In case you didn’t know, the Centers for Disease Control reports African Americans are the racial/ethnic group most affected by HIV in the United States. So in honor of World HIV Day, we caught up with Yanatha Desouvre, a man on a mission to continue the legacy of Daniel Coulanges, Desouvre’s guitarist uncle and godfather who died in 1989 of HIV at age 28.
In 2016, Desouvre discovered lost footage of his uncle’s music. “My uncle Amos Coulanges, a world-renowned classical guitarist, told me there was a rare video featuring Daniel Coulange, his baby brother, performing at a University in Staten Island,” said Desouvre. “I was skeptical but the person who had the footage mailed it to him in France and my uncle shipped the VHS converted to DVD video to me in Miami.”
“I have a wonderful, noisy home full of little ones, however, when I popped in the video everything went quiet. The minute Uncle Daniel started playing he was speaking to me through his music and with every string he plucked I cried. Songs like “Killing Me Softly,” “Ne Me Quitte Pas (Don’t Leave Me),” and “Don’t Cry for Me Argentina” tugged on my heart and soul."