Wyclef New Song 'Natasha Bachata' Addresses Haitian-Dominican Citizenship Issue


Ki moun ou ye? (Who are you?) Haitian hip hop star Wyclef Jean sings for all the Dominicans of Haitian decent who are left with no identity in the Dominican Republic in his new bachata song titled "Natacha Bachata"...

In the song, Wyclef sings: "All the masons who help build Punta Cana... They cut sugar cane in the batey... The students studying in Santiago so they can become doctors in Santo Domingo... Ki moun ou ye???"

Listen to the song and post your comments about it...

"Natasha is a Dominican she is about to get married," the song says, "but their children will have no identity... Ki moun ou ye??? (Who are you?)"

In the song, Wyclef tells Natasha to to ask his "father" to change the law... They are Haitian-Dominicans, they cannot live with no identity

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Comments...

Boniface Zebo Correspt De i am haitian,domicani na pas d'identité c'est haiti qui fait l'histoire en "art's-music,en tout,just on border line met c'est... see more
Reply · January 18 at 12:00 PM
Wil-q I am sorry not to be able to answer to you in your language, I am a Dominican and yes you're right when you say History has been written by Haiti... see more
Reply · October 17 at 2:36 PM
Wil-q Wyclef is a rat... Haitians should be ashamed of this guy... He, like his USA, wants us to fight...
Reply · October 17 at 2:30 PM
Boniface Zebo Correspt De Kounya dominicain vle lage pep natif natal yo Haiti. se Dominikani fe respe pou neg yo... Can you show me on the map always haiti... haiti a fait... see more
Reply · October 15 at 5:55 AM
Tony Aristil I think that Wiclef can do better than that.
Reply · October 14 at 8:00 PM

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