Haiti Rapper @PrincessEud’s Star Temperature Keeps Rising

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Haiti Rapper @PrincessEud’s Star Temperature Keeps Rising



The creation of her own clothing line Princess Eud Collection…Performances at festivals on the island of Guadeloupe and in Africa with her creative-partner-in-crime Ded-Krazy—in addition to her native Haiti—Princess Eud stays artistically relevant.
Princess Eud Collection Iyoudi
[Photo Credit: Roroli Studio Photography]
Combining talent with a consistent social media self-marketing program, and frequent collaborations, the raptress has made herself one of the most visible acts emerging out of Haiti.
Princess Eud Collection
The rapper-singer has collaborated with singer J-Beatz on the prophetically titled “My Superstar”, and recently rapped the verses to a song entitled “Plis Lanmou” with cohort Ded-KraZ.

Whether she’s teaming up with her stage partner Dead Kra-Z, or spitting with artists like J-Beatz, she’s not some female shadow. She can hold her own thank you very much.
The other islands are taking notice. Here’s the rapper on the cover of YanaGlam, a printed magazine that targets women readers in French Guyana.
Princess Eud Collection Iyoudi
This is her performing at the Urban Kreyol Festival on the French and Creole-speaking Caribbean island Guadeloupe.
Princess Eud
Of note, is her fashion style as much as her musical swag. She wears shorts shorts, but with respectability.
Princess Eud Collection Iyoudi Haiti
Here she is being interviewed by a Portuguese journalist while in Cape Verde.
Princess Eud Haiti
And here she is again, doing another interview…this time during her time in Guadeloupe with a radio station.
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Being interviewed back in Haiti on the show Chokarella, hosted by Carel Pedre. [Photo Credit: Chokarella]
Princess Eud serves as proof that consistency in marketing can be just as impactful as having a quarter of a million dollars for a marketing budget. Consciously or not, the raptress cleverly plays on people’s perception to magnify her image. The launch of her line Princess Eud Collection comes as yet another tool to strengthen her brand. The USA launch is set for April 23. Her brand? You know…socially-conscious raptress with an entrepreneurial spirit, natural hair, a clean-cut image, and a mean stage game.

This has been another rant…er series of observations and thoughts…from your girl Kreyolicious. Until next time…dear readers.
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