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About Carlos Jean

One of Spain's favorite alternative artists, Carlos Jean deals in the kind of sunny pop that doesn't care where it's recorded -- as long as it ends up spinning on international turntables. Drawing on the funky accessibility of artists like Moby and Fatboy Slim for inspiration, Jean doesn't deny his Haitian heritage, though he seems to prefer pop-reggae to Haitian rara. He became an international name when his song "Mr. Dabada" was featured in an Intel microprocessor commercial.

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Listen toCarlos Jeanon Napster

One of Spain's favorite alternative artists, Carlos Jean deals in the kind of sunny pop that doesn't care where it's recorded -- as long as it ends up spinning on international turntables. Drawing on the funky accessibility of artists like Moby and Fatboy Slim for inspiration, Jean doesn't deny his Haitian heritage, though he seems to prefer pop-reggae to Haitian rara. He became an international name when his song "Mr. Dabada" was featured in an Intel microprocessor commercial.

About Carlos Jean

One of Spain's favorite alternative artists, Carlos Jean deals in the kind of sunny pop that doesn't care where it's recorded -- as long as it ends up spinning on international turntables. Drawing on the funky accessibility of artists like Moby and Fatboy Slim for inspiration, Jean doesn't deny his Haitian heritage, though he seems to prefer pop-reggae to Haitian rara. He became an international name when his song "Mr. Dabada" was featured in an Intel microprocessor commercial.

About Carlos Jean

One of Spain's favorite alternative artists, Carlos Jean deals in the kind of sunny pop that doesn't care where it's recorded -- as long as it ends up spinning on international turntables. Drawing on the funky accessibility of artists like Moby and Fatboy Slim for inspiration, Jean doesn't deny his Haitian heritage, though he seems to prefer pop-reggae to Haitian rara. He became an international name when his song "Mr. Dabada" was featured in an Intel microprocessor commercial.