Vox Sambou is originally from Limbé, He writes and performs in Haitian-Creole, French, English, Spanish and Portugues. He is a co-founder of Montreal-based hip-hop collective, Nomadic Massive, with whom he has toured Canada, performed at the Kennedy Center in Washington, Los Angeles Grand Performances at the Printemps de Bourges in France, as well as in the Caribbean and Latin America. Vox has also performed in Cuba, France, Chile, Brasil, Senegal, Mali, Burkina Faso, Colombia, Morocco, Spain.

As a songwriter, Vox Sambou recorded Lakay in 2008 and Dyasporafriken in April 2013. Accompanied by musicians from different backgrounds. His 3rd solo album: "The Brasil Session", recorded in Brasil, was released in May 2016. Others are "Lakay" in 2008 and "Dyasporafriken" in 2013 - that earned him the nomination of best world album music at GAMIQ.

In 2016 he performed at Calgary Folk Music Festival Francofolie Festival de Montreal, Atlantic Music Exposition - Capo Verde, La Havana World Music Festival, Visa for Music - Rabat, CirculArt - Medellin, Apap - New York.

His music focuses on the traditional rhythms of Haiti mixed with elements of afrobeat, jazz, reggae, and hip-hop.

Vox Sambou is a committed musician who is not afraid to denounce injustice, social imbalances and inequities. His music is a fusion of traditional rhythms of Haiti and Afro-Latin elements, afrobeat, reggae and hip-hop. Sambou launched several music videos including DiscriminaSida, for the International AIDS Day. Vox recently launched his clip titled Article 14 in collaboration with rapper The Narcicyst and the illustrious Professor Noam Chomsky.

Vox Sambou is crucially involved in the achievement of educational and community projects based in Limbé, Haiti. He is a founding member of Solid’Ayiti, an artists and activists initiative working for a long-term solidarity between Montreal and movements fighting for social justice in Haiti, according to the principles of self-sufficiency, education, decentralization and reforestation.

He is the Executive Director of La Maison de Jeunesf the Côte-des-Neiges, a non-profit organization whose mandate is to prevent delinquency among teenagers in the district of Montreal’s Côte-des Neiges.

At the fourth edition of the Mundial Montreal conference (a conference dedicated to world music) which was held in November 2014, Vox Sambou was honored following his very strong showcase. He was awarded the Stingray Music Star prize, which presented him with the following introduction “This year’s winner is the wonderful Vox Sambou who, with his traditional Haitian music style fused with reggae, Afrobeat and hip hop, litterally lit the Café Campus on fire.”

Regina Folk Festival 2017. Be there.