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Ramgoonai Drupatee - Pepper Pepper mp3 download

Performer: Ramgoonai Drupatee
Title: Pepper Pepper
Style: Caribbean Traditions,Party Soca,Soca
Size MP3 version: 1836 mb
Size FLAC version: 1280 mb
Size WMA version: 1827 mb
Rating: 4.7
Votes: 162
Format: MPC AA MP4 AUD WMA VQF
Genre: International

Ramgoonai Drupatee - Pepper Pepper mp3 download


Request an album send to friend. I Love Mih Chutney (2016). Drupatee Ramgoonai - I Love Mih Chutney.

Drupatee Ramgoonai (born 6 March 1958 in Charlo Village, Penal, Saint Patrick County, Penal-Debe, Trinidad and Tobago) is an Indo-Trinidadian chutney and chutney soca musician. She was responsible for coining the term "chutney soca" in 1987 with her first album, entitled Chutney Soca, which included both English and Hindustani versions of the songs. She had her biggest hit the following year when her "(Roll Up the Tassa) Mr. Bissessar" was a Road March contender

Drupatee Ramgoonai ?- Pepper Pepper. Label: Akash Production ?- SP 2001. Format: Vinyl, 12". Country: Trinidad & Tobago. A2. Hotter Than Ah Chulha. B1. Pepper Pepper Re-Mix. B2. Hotter Than Ah Chulha Re-Mix. Arranged By, Producer - Kenny Phillips Studio. Chorus - Sundar Popo. Executive Producer - D. Persad.

Drupatee Ramgoonai, Penal, Saint Patrick, Trinidad And Tobago. Throwback feature: My 1990 Chutney Album 'Suno Suno' with popular selection Manzanilla kay paas. lyrics melody music: Vasudev Ramgopaul.

? Drupatee Ramgoonai. Drupatee Ramgoonai (born 6 March 1958 in Charlo Village, Penal, Saint Patrick County, Penal-Debe, Trinidad and Tobago) is a Indo-Trinidadian chutney and chutney soca musician. Bissessar" was a Road March contender.

Drupatee Ramgoonai (born 6 March 1958 in Charlo Village, Penal, Saint Patrick County, Penal-Debe, Trinidad and Tobago) is a Indo-Trinidadian chutney and chutney soca musician. Drupatee Ramgoonai was born in Sunrees Road, Charlo Village, Penal, Saint Patrick County, Penal-Debe, Trinidad and Tobago, on 2 March 1958.

Credits

Ramgoonai Drupatee - Primary Artist