Various - Soca & Chutney From The Caribbean Youtube FLAC album
You're viewing YouTube in Russian. djeasy bring you some of the Caribbean finest old school music that was very hot back in the days. and are still hot today. Chris Garcia - Chutney Bacchanal 42. 17-machel and xtatic-tay lay lay 43. Rupee - Jump.
What happens when the dholak and dhantal from the heartland of India meet tassa drums and Soca beats on the shores of the Caribbean? A delectable fusion called Chutney music, of course! In 1970, a young singer named Sundar Popo from Trinidad.
Music in the Caribbean plays a massive role in the lives, history and cultures of each of these island nations and it is worth familiarising yourself with the various musical genres of the Caribbean before you travel here.
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Calypso is a style of Afro-Caribbean music that originated across the Leeward Islands and Windward Islands in the Caribbean during the early to mid-17th century. Its rhythms can be traced back to West African Kaiso and the arrival of French planters and their slaves from the French Antilles in the 18th century. It is characterized by highly rhythmic and harmonic vocals, and is most often sung in a French creole and led by a griot
Various - Soca & Chutney From The Caribbean Youtube FLAC version. 1834 downloads at 17 mb/s. Various - Soca & Chutney From The Caribbean Youtube MP3 version. 1353 downloads at 13 mb/s.
Thus the Caribbean was colonized as part of the various European empires. the native culture was further eroded when the Europeans imported African slaves to work the sugar and coffee plantations on their island colonies. in many cases, the native cultures -and the native musics- were replaced with those brought over from Africa. At this point, whatever common Caribbean culture existed was splintered. Each of the European powers carved out their on cultures on their respective islands . Soca is a style of Caribbean music originating in Trinidad and Tobago.
When the average foreigner thinks of Caribbean music, predominantly African-derived grooves like Jamaican reggae and Trinidadian calypso and soca usually come to mind. However, there are also large populations of people of East Indian descent living in Trinidad, Guyana, and Surinam. They arrived in the islands and South America during the mid-1880s to work on colonial sugar plantations. Homesick yet adaptable, they gradually fused their own folk and devotional traditions onto existing dance tunes and joined the party.
Chutney soca: Original soca performed with a more chutney styled form; mainly performed by chutney musicians. Ragga soca: A fusion of Jamaican ragga and soca. Bouyon soca:, sometimes referred to as Jump up soca, is a fusion-genre that typically blends old bouyon rhythms from the '90s and soca music. Bouyon soca, is a term coined by non-Dominican producers and musicians who wish to attribute the current success of bouyon music to other islands. In its native Dominica, the concept of bouyon soca is pretty much unheard of. Bouyon is a very specific and original genre and is very much distinguishable from its "colleague" Soca.
Chutney music is a form indigenous to the southern Caribbean, popular in Trinidad and Tobago, Guyana, Suriname, Jamaica, other parts of the Caribbean, Fiji, Mauritius, and South Africa. It is a mixture of Bhojpuri music, and local (Trinidad) music. Chutney music emerged mid-20th century and reached a peak of popularity during the 1980s. Initially lyrics were religious in nature and typically sung by females. Several sub-genres have developed.
|A1||–Reshma Ramlal||The Gardener|
|A3||–Shaffiron Mohammed||Snake In Meh Bed|
|A5||–Divya||Black Blood Spider|
|A6||–Nisha Ramsook||Go Dey Go Dey|
|A7||–Spread Pal Crew||Talkari|
|B2||–Shatta Ricky||Ah Getting Fraid|
|B3||–Wassy K||Muther Me Wid Wine|
|B4||–Hemlatha Dindial||Kya Bolay|
|B5||–Hitman||Fire On The Dance Floor|
|B6||–Vincy Soca DK||Simon Says|
|B7||–Kurupt||Ain't No Stoppin'|
|B8||–JMC 3Veni||Girls Wanna Drink Rum|