I really hope anyone may know it..it's on the mix I've posted below and the track starts at 38.12.. I really hope anyone may know it..it's on the mix I've posted below and the track starts at 38.12.. All the song says is something "Ay yayayaya ay ya ay ya " and thats about all i can remember it says. mehda, musical mehda (please I am not sure I got the words correctly but the Mehda could be Murder, I can't really but that was the way I understood it then). Boom shaka tak - Born Jamericans (Reggea Version) 2. I WILL ADD: Dance Hall Rock - Barrington Levy and Cuty Ranks, listen to the bass at and acid acoustic mixes, i need to know about a dancehall reggae song, it sounds something about like this: MOney, Money, Money, Moneyyyyyy........
Can anyone help me out with the artist and maybe real title of this song? I've just joined this forum as I'm desperately trying to find a name of a certain track and I'm finding it hard to find... I've just joined this forum as I'm desperately trying to find a name of a certain track and I'm finding it hard to find... Ive been looking for 2 songs now for what feels like YEARSSS. The first one i thought sounds like Elephant Man, but im not sure. Please be kind to upload the instrumental of these tracks: 1. Looking for the Chinese Laundry #6 & 7 dancehall tapes/ mix. Theres a song on #7 that goes " All them a talk about gun dem dont know it like me, cause me a rude boy in na the country" anyone know the artist of title?
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I highly recommend it to all if anyone can identify it. Ok anyone know this one heard it in the mid 80's lost it when someone nicked my XR2. baby have i told you how much i love you lately just you see, you and me ..... I thought the singer was Gentleman but I have been searching all over with no results. on chorus - just another day , just another day Hi guys, please help! greetings to one and all,im looking for an oldie reggae lovers rock song,dont know the artist only the lyrics saying.....some warm clothes ooooon winter is coming [sounds like a reggae group/band] its a nice song...someone can help me out and thanxx in advance Dunno if some one said already. I just made a mix and about half the songs and almost all of them were already listed. Let me tell you story 'bout the girl lived next door to me... The chorus was "roll a little spliff and take a whiff.." "sensimillia........sensimillia....". Not sure about the word bubalo but that's what it sounded like.
I would love to know the name so I can find it again. Hopefully, one of you guys can remember the song, anyone? The lyrics goes something like "Why are you leaving, you said you will never leave me grieving". Hey guys and gurus I need help locating a few songs from back in the late 80's, if possible I would like to get the mp3 files, 1. Bulla john aslo sang rod of correction on that version of that riddim, thx in advance guys i am looking for title track and artist for the song with the following lyrics- don't give up on yourself , love will see through , tomorrow is another day. Sister Nancy, Dawn Penn, Althea & Donna, Lady Saw, Yellowman, Buju Banton, Terror Fabulous, Barrington Levy... She had a best friend..she moved in closely.." Any help would be greatly appreciated! I WILL ADD: Dance Hall Rock - Barrington Levy and Cuty Ranks, listen to the bass at and acid acoustic mixes, i need to know about a dancehall reggae song, it sounds something about like this: MOney, Money, Money, Moneyyyyyy........ Could any of you guys pls help with the title and/or artist ? There was a song done either I believe in the 80s about a school teacher welcoming her students back to school after the summer holidays where she asks each of them what they did over the holidays. Im thinking maybe some other artist took that part from the song, when Barrington sings "swingggg, woah" and added it one of their own songs?
I loved the song as did everyone I played it for at parties. I thought the singer was Gentleman but I have been searching all over with no results. It just goes on for about 7mins and no actual other words that I can remember, just some jibberish in between, like "Jamaica aya, dumfibrilate.. diddly bum" but it's a really nice flowy dreamy song, just shows a lot of love for jamaica. :) Hi guys, there is a song I have been obsessing over and cant place its name. Sorry Part 2 - junior rodigan, and the last one I dont know artist or name of song but its on the " you should have known riddim" and the chorus goes - see dem ah see dem ah see dem ah run come, watch how the girls them come fi have some fun. This forum is amazing, I think all of my favorites are listed. The chorus was "roll a little spliff and take a whiff.." "sensimillia........sensimillia....". I checked Broader than Broadway, but thats definitely not the same beat i remember. I cant think of any other songs with a tribute to the great Barrington Levy.
This was also the time period where artist started experimenting more (Beenie Man's 'Nuff Gal' and Buccaneer's 'Sketel Concerto' were two HUGE genre bending records of the 90s) I'll agree and say the production of today is not up to standard but there are still a few people out there producing solid riddims (Snowcone & Ward just to name two) Give me what by en young – buy lions prideby copper belly milk and honey by lizard happiness by bim Sherman ali baba jacky Edwards King tubby’s dub plate style by kings jammy jah is here by danny red roller skates by street pulse herbalist cali p roots and culture by mikey dread daba mekourejah ganja tree ft mahom dub Is anyone old enough to remember a song I recorded off a Reggae radio station in the early 80s? The beginning lyrics are: "Me one, I travel the land with me little butter pan, them don't understand". The lyrics goes something like "Why are you leaving, you said you will never leave me grieving". There was a song done either I believe in the 80s about a school teacher welcoming her students back to school after the summer holidays where she asks each of them what they did over the holidays.
Just Got Paid tenor saw ring the alarm Tenor Saw & Buju Banton Ring The Alarm (Remix) Tok Chi Chi Mon TOK She Blazing TOK Step Inna Di Club TOK Galang Gal Trilogy Riddim It's On-Sean Paul Unknown Do Not Sniff The Coke Wayne Wonder Enimies Wayne Wonder Feat LL Cool J No Letting Go-(Remix) Wayne Wonder, CNN, Mr Lex Anything Goes Wonder, Wayne No Letting Go Budy Bye Johnny Osbourne 82.4 Massive Jointz Reggae Buddy Bye Johnny Osbourne 82.8 SLENG TENG RIDDIM 1995 Reggae Bam Bam Sister Nancy 82.9 Reggae Belly Soundtrack Blues Mus Come A Road (Intro - Clean) Mr.
Vegas 92.1 Massive Jointz Reggae Heads High Mr Vegas 92.1 Other I'm In Love With A Man Nearly Twice My Age Shabba Ranks 92.2 Reggae Day-O (The Banana Boat Song) Beatle Juice 92.5 Pure Gold Oldies Heads High (CPR Re-Edit) Mr Vegas 92.7 Classic Party Rockers-Raggae Stylee Part 2 2006 Dance Hall Filthy Reggae Mega Mix Baltimore Club 92.9 " Baltimore Club No Games (Mixshow Edit) (Radio Edit) Serani 93.0 Diggz edit Reggae Action [CPR-024] Terror Fabulous feat. DJ Kool 95.0 Massive Cuts Reggae/Dancehall Bam Bam [Drums] Disco Tech 95.0 [email protected] Ignite It Sean Paul 95.0 Dancehall Extended Vol.
I think he says Jamaica first before he breaks out with the "Ay yayay ay ya ay ayaya". It sounds like they say "you have da peenie ponie peenie ponie pe". I'm searching for this song, I have no real idea what the artist says but I do know the song is somewhat old.
Not many lyrics to it, just a fast paced song to dance to. mehda, musical mehda (please I am not sure I got the words correctly but the Mehda could be Murder, I can't really but that was the way I understood it then). Thanks I'm searching for this song, I have no real idea what the artist says but I do know the song is somewhat old.
Sanchez – Never Dis Di Man you guys might enjoy this old to the new reggae mix I did earlier this year: Remember this is also the time period that producers like Steely & Clevie, Ward 21 (late 90s), Jeremy Harding, Tony Kelly & his brother Dave Kelly dominated. says in his heart, there is no God, cause i know there is a God. Guys, It's a dub/reggae song with a girl that sing "murderer of my body,murderer of my body" or "murder and rob my body,murder and rob my body" and that say "gotta rich my medidation,gotta rich my meditation". Hi guys, there is a song I have been obsessing over and cant place its name. Please, if anyone can help me to find these two tunes i would most appreciate it. There was a song that I can't remember but I believe it is titled "memories".