Haitian Kompa and Zouk singer and the lead of the group Zin, Georges Alan Cave was born on February 27, 1966 in Brooklyn, New York. It was in 1987 when Alan Cave auditioned to join the group Zin was welcomed to the group for his unique voice.
Zin released, with Alan Cave as its lead singer, released its first album, in 1988 and is still going strong. Alan's first solo album "Lage'm", was an enormous success. It includes hits such as Ma Rose and Nan Nannan. His second solo album, "Se Pa PouDat" came in 2001. It transcended the barriers of language and cultural sound. The album consisted of 13 hits, such as 365 Jou, Please Baby, Se Pa PouDat and M'tombe. Alan is a prolific songwriter with a catalogue of songs and unreleased recordings in English, French, and Creole. In an interview he said, “My inspiration is life and good people, they make you want to do more and give your best. I want to be remembered more as a writer and composer than a singer, because I am passionate about writing lyrics. Discipline keeps you at the top. That combined with hard work and commitment are the formula to success." He has had a successful path in the music industry recording several Albums with Zin, producing seveal solo albums and doing collaboration with other artists.
His latest album Timeless was released in April 2014. “TIMELESS”, Vol. 1 and Vol. 2, is an exciting new chapter in the world of Alan Cavé’s musical journey. As a recording artist, writer and producer for over ten years, he has made a great impression in the Caribbean music scene and beyond.