Dédé Saint Prix
|Dédé Saint Prix|
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Dédé Saint Prix (born 10 February 1953) is a Martinican singer of traditional chouval bwa music. He has used elements of modern styles in his recordings, including tambour, hip hop music, charanga, ragga, son, zouk, kompa and rara. He has been performing for more than 38 years and has released at least 25 albums. He is also a composer and flautist. He taught music until 1991; since that time he has devoted his time to study and performance of Caribbean rhythmic traditions, with worldwide appearances.
In 2012, he was made a Chevalier de la Légion d’honneur.
- A performance by Saint Prix
- Dédé Saint Prix biography (in French)
- Official site (in French)[dead link]
- Watrous, Peter (March 29, 1995). "Music review; A Martinique Band at Play With Mimicry and Mood". The New York Times.
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