Misty Jean, February 5 1983, Port-au-Prince, Haiti
At age three, Misty Jean began performing with Lynn W. Rouzier’s dance institute. She began singing at the age of seven in amateur singing contests. Since then, her passion for music has become an obsession. When she graduated from Anglade College, she became an instant neighborhood celebrity as a soloist.
She performed with pianist Raoul Denis Jr. and the Widmaier brothers in La Soiree Magique De La Guitare in 1998. As part of a major promotional campaign, Haitel, the leading Haitian cellular phone company, selected her as their spokesmodel in 1999.
In February 2001, she traveled to Saint Maarten to compete against 22 other countries for the title of Miss West Indies. Miss West Indies was crowned on February 21 after winning the outstanding talent contest.
She sang at the Ritz Kinam in Pétion-Ville, Haiti, on May 27, 2001, on the night entitled “Femme” by Yole Derose. Raoul Denis Jr.’s Caribbean Escape also contains her.
She was crowned Miss de la Francophonie in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, in February 2002.
She performed at Diva’s Night at Gusto’s in Miami Lakes, Florida in March 2003. She was crowned Queen of Carnival at the Greater Miami Mardi Gras on April 13, 2003.
In June 2004, she released her first French / Creole album, Plus Pres De Toi. There were hits such as “Patizan”, “Ce Ou Mwen Vle”, and “Maladie D’amour”.
Lil’ Kim and she performed live at Bayfront Park on the Fourth of July 2004. During her tour of the French Antilles in August 2004, she performed remarkably for many audiences. During December 2005, she appeared at the Bataclan in Paris, France. During the Greater Miami Mardi Gras in Florida in February 2006, she appeared at Bicentennial Park.