Repect Our Soca Pioneers
Lord Laro was doing this before Becket. In fact Becket probably got inspired to do that Cocoa reggae track after hearing that style of reggae-lypso from Lord Laro who was renowned for doing that style during the 1970's.Pardy the cocoa dub is not an instrumental, stop acting senile.
Like I said, nunu, there is a preview of it on the music section of Becket's website, 5 albums down, on the left hand side, by Alston Becket Cyrus "the Singles File". Track #6 ,Cocoa(reggae), with a Jamaican nikka chanting pon it.
But i know dis is d part when yo pretend yo dotish cah yo ketch in yo fkry.
N for the record nunu, ragga soca don't need chanting on it to be ragga, is d riddim jackass...d riddim.
Teaser, Oil Pumpin, Body in Control, Pump me up, Fool Around..dem chune dey is some examples of ragga soca dat dor have no chanting pon dem.
Lord Laro feat. Trinity - Corn Plum Plum (1979)
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Written by Kenneth Lara and Produced by Paul Khouri;
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