Tipped to be the next superstars to emerge from the Francophone diaspora are Dro X Yani, the young sons of Michel "Sweet Micky" Martelly, music icon and former President of Haiti. The boys are not merely following in their famous father's footsteps - they have been steadily revolutionizing and building on the infectious sound of Haitian Kompa, and in doing so, have expanded their audience far beyond the island. If the millions of hits the dynamic duo have garnered on social media for their standout live video performances is any indication, the brothers are destined for global domination. In the summer of 2020, their single "40%," an inventive cover of the Malian born French R&B singer Aya Nakamura's infectious hit, rose to the #1 spot on the iTunes France World Music Chart. The brothers' recent single, "Elle a Tout," is a heartfelt ballad that the brothers perform here acoustically, their blood harmony and tandem keyboards expose what is so compelling about their universal sound. The brothers are destined to touch hearts not only in the Francophone territories but also around the world. Their take on Haitian Kompa music will surely revolutionize the idiom and expose more music fans to the unique sound of Dro X Yani.