It is always a pleasure for me to experience what the community has to offer in terms of entertainment, but this time it was a bit different. The town of North Miami Beach commemorated the holidays with a delightful parade made by and for its citizens.
Of course it is well known that Haitians have great influence in terms of population and presence in the Miami area, so none other than our own James Cadet owner of JIKA, painter …artist of rare imagination…had the privilege of participating in this parade, showcasing his beautiful artistic masterpieces. Inspired by all that is around him, whether people or objects, he finds a way to bring artistic life to everything he touches. His presence was facilitated by an Ikon of the Miramar area, Jimmy Moise, owner of Le P’tit Club, who has been pushing the exposure of the Haitian culture since 2003. And it didn’t stop there I also sat down with Councilman Fleurimond McKenzie who shared his take on what he thought of his Haitian background. Video provided by Sunshine Productions (the interview will begin after a brief message):
Now today I’m not going to speak much but instead have you experience it through my eyes because words could not describe what I saw that day..so enjoy these few clips that I made for you..(be advised that LC Studios was not present that day..therefore these do not represent the views of LC Studios)
The following Video were taken straight from my phone!! enjoy (to see more of my funny videos CLICK HERE!