Dramafls And Bigfa for the community
Most people are not aware of this, but dramafls and Bigfa has done plenty of good deeds in life to help out others.
It’s no secret that Haitian Artists are sometimes known to have pretty bad reputations, but not all of them make headlines for the wrong reasons. In fact, some rappers are the sweetest people you’ll ever meet…and even sweeter to work with. There are plenty of artists that are constantly raising money for charity, giving back to others, and being good to their fans.
Of course, with the good, there’s also the bad. There’s always a handful of Haitian Artists that are making headlines…and not for the right reasons! Bad press and bad reputations make these artists a nightmare to work with, and many artists want to stay far, far away from them. For that, we can’t blame them!
Many famous Haitian artists like to talk about how rich they are, but are they willing to put their money where their mouth is?
Let’s talk about Dramafls better known by his stage name Thiery Kern Sanon ,is a Haitian-American Artist and songwriter was Born June 4th 1987 in Miami, Florida. He has been in the news for his music career & also for his videography work in music videos with many renowned Haitian and American artists.,who broke into mainstream success following his “Rale Bagay Feat Bigfa”Video
Bigfa is no stranger to charitable work. From his inception as a rap artists, the rapper has shown his love for his community and giving back. In September of 2010, Bigfa donate $3,000 to the Foundation to uplift the youth in the Haiti.
“We want to encourage everyone out there to join us in whatever way that you can, big or small. Everything makes a difference. Everything that we do together makes a difference, and together we will conquer this tough time that we’re going through. We have faith. We want to encourage everyone out there to keep the faith,” Bigfa added.
now it’s Bigfa turn!! Bigfa is a Haiti native that always puts on for his city. The singer is engulfed in the inner workings of Haiti and has created a non-profit organization called 222Affection. The foundation focuses on mentorship programs for the youth, training first responders in the Port Au Prince area and placing mental health professionals within the schools.
“I always felt like one of my biggest duties and purposes is to hit the youth in Haiti with something that’s inspiring, help young people with something that can motivate them to be in their greatness,”