Interview with Erol Josué
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Interview with Erol Josué, who talks about his work as a healer, houngan (Vodou priest), and performer. He has been called the "Prince of Haitian roots music," and has achieved success internationally. He suggests that his electro-Vodou music "is a testimony of my experience in Europe, in New York, and America. It is the sound of the metro, the sound of the subway, the experience of my exile, (both) the crying and the joy." This interview with Josué took place on the campus of the University of Miami on April 21, 2011. He discusses his music and his residency at Duke University, as well as he work as a Vodou healer.