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Creole and Hip Hop through the eyes of MadMax Money Talk

Mad Max Money Talk is a Haitian musician and a prominent part of the Haitian music industry. Currently based in Florida, Mad Max Money Talk focuses on Haitian Creole and Hip-hop genres. One can say that Mad Max Money Talk is an amalgamation of his passion for music and Haiti’s rich culture.

As a music artist, songwriter, and business administration student, Mad Max Money Talk believes in preserving Creole music more than anything. The 35-year-old music artist works tirelessly to promote his songs in several genres such as Creole, Hip Hop, and Rap. The way he harmonizes the three genres sets him apart from other Haitian music artists.

Mad Max Money Talk’s journey into music

Mad Max Money Talk chose Creole and Hip Hop as his genre of choice and aims to be even better at it in the future. As a young student, Mad Max Money Talk always knew that he had a talent for singing. His family, friends, and fans pushed him to be a better music artist every day. His hit single ‘Haitian Music Industry’ launched on YouTube in early 2020. With thousands of followers across various streaming platforms, Mad Max Money Talk fans can find his music on YouTube, SoundCloud, iTunes, Deezer, and Spotify, along with his social media platforms.

The rich culture of Creole music and Haitian Hip Hop

Music found in African communities and Caribbean Islands is truly harmonious in terms of inclusivity and culture. These places are like a melting pot of soulful music from different backgrounds and origins.

Mad Max Money Talk is from a place where musical cultures from every part of the world, such as Caribbean, African, Polynesian, and even European, create a rich culture. He believes, but there is real richness in the islands that he comes from, so he focuses on Creole music and Haitian Hip Hop.

The cultural heritage and music range far beyond the island that he was born on; hence, he has taken the responsibility of elevating Haitian Creole music culture through his songs and music videos. Mad Max Money Talk was born in Port-au-Prince; this is also home to several other Haitian music artists.

Several African communities have music in French because their ancestors were part of the slaving and trade routes in the 18th century. The British and French colonization created a long-lasting influence on the island’s people, inevitably impacting the music. Hence, it becomes crucial to understand that the Creole language was a necessary form of national identity after independence in 1976. Mad Max Money Talk contributes towards protecting his home country’s national identity through making songs in Creole.

Mad Max Music Talk and his music goals

According to him, one of his primary music goals is to make the Creole language known worldwide. Haitian Creole music is upbeat, with minor suggestions about the country’s turbulent history. The music of the place where Mad Max Money Talk comes from was once associated with protests and sorrows. However, with the changing times, Haitian music now brings a more colorful vibe. Creole Hip Hop is colorful, rich, soulful, and dance-worthy for anyone who loves good music. Despite the origin, Creole music is enjoyable for anyone even if they do not understand the context in which it was born.

Mad Max Money Talk has spearheaded his efforts to keep the Creole genre alive. His recording studio, Mad Records, symbolizes Mad Max Money Talk’s efforts to promote Haitian Creole music. Despite being based in Florida, Mad Max Money Talk focuses on his songs in Creole rather than English, through which he has already accumulated a vast following on social media platforms.

Almost all of his hit tracks, such as ‘The Club,’ ‘Trouble Boy,’ ‘Lavi San Lanmou,’ ‘Mad Mad,’ ‘Konkou Lanmou,’ and ‘Chanpyon,’ include Creole lyrics or Haitian music. Other than this, Mad Max has cemented his success through collaborating with other famous artists such as Kolonel, Steeve Khe, Belo, Costy Jay, Trouble Boy Hitmaker, Fantom, and Dutty, securing Creole music as a fundamental part of the Haitian music industry.

Through Creole and Hip Hop, Mad Max Money Talk also wants to promote the Haitian music industry. On several occasions, Mad Max Money Talk has highlighted how important it is to fix the Haitian music industry to compete with the music industries worldwide. Due to the country’s turbulent history, the Haitian music industry has suffered, and so have Haitian music artists.

Several Haitian music artists have worked on their craft and are brimming with talent but do not have the resources or accessibility recognized worldwide. Mad Max Money Talk wants to appeal to the government and other Haitian music artists through his songs and efforts also to rise. Mad Max Money Talk highlights how he is tired of Haitian music artists not being paid for their work. He believes that Haitian music artists are equally talented as other music artists worldwide.

Hip Hop is a genre already known worldwide. Hence, Mad Max Money Talk focuses more on Creole. Through his songs, music videos, and lyrics, Mad Max Money Talk wants to promote love, harmony, peace, and support for each other through his music. He feels that the Haitian music industry needs a lot of love and support, especially among music artists.

A Haitian Creole music artist with hopes for the future

In the coming years, Mad Max Money Talk hopes for a more prosperous future in the Haitian music industry, not just for himself but the whole industry. He believes that Haitian music artists can help each other be successful through love and support, as music industries in other parts of the world do. What’s unique about Mad Max Money Talk is that he is entirely goal-driven and does not interest in any drama in the music industry. Through his relentless, hardworking actions, Mad Max Money Talk wants to be a Haitian Creole music artist of the future.

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