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Fiesta adds a little latin into the mix, and it nice bwoy... Inventive, but perhaps not a destined to set the dance on fire...
Speaking about inventiveness...Jamaican music is all I've been listening to all my grown up life and the complaints that the music is getting less inventive and thestyles not as good as the old ones has been going on in the same routes for the last 20years. If that was true Jamaican music would by now be the leastinventive in the world. So let me ask you, is it? Even someone whodoesn't like the music has to agree that at least it's extremelyinventive.
BTW, today’s complaint is just a light breeze compared to what it waslike in the mid 80-ties when the computerized sounds broke big. I'dsay 50% of the white US and EU audience lost interest in the music overa few years (most of my friend for example). However, Gussies hi techsound got new people into yard music a few years later.
Lately we have seen the current dancehall (sometimes referred to asragga) has brought about a huge interest in yard music. For example,every major city in EU has dances almost each night of the weeknowadays. People come for the high powered dancehall tunes (urban musicor what?) from Beenie, Buju and Bounty, but most selector flingfoundation tunes too, so this new audience get their share of whatsome people might call "good" or "real" reggae. Although they sometimes show how much they appreciate this “real reggae” by emptying the dance floor...
Bottom line, as long as yard music keeps changing it's going to bealive and well. Although it will mean some will not like the newstyles. Hope that won't happen to me!
Comments (latest first): Comment: OH I see the instrumental and the song play are different ....two different riddims but dem both called Fiesta. Anyways the instrumenta is a madd one...I think Cham did a better job than Beenie and Ms Thang
Comment by: mantawaz Date: 2010-10-21 Comment: People this isn't the FIESTA where you get Vitamin S by Cham or Dude by Beenie an him gyal deh; dis from R.Kelly; Ele made dis one yah remix but me like this version still! I actualy like this one more than R. KELLY's ...
Comment by: mantawaz Date: 2010-10-21 Comment: Baby Cham - Vitamin S
Beenie Man & J - Dick
Beenie Man & Ms. Thing - Dude
Elephant Man - Bad Man
Sean Paul - Release Me
Wayne Marshall - Suprise Surprise
Comment by: Fiesta Date: 2010-08-09 Comment: disa wicked tune a wha seh
Comment by: email@example.com Date: 2006-12-12 Comment: Yes Ele did kill the riddim back in the days.
Comment by: Date: 2006-08-27 Comment: Just so people aren't mistaken this is not the Fiesta with Beenie/Ms.Thing.
This I believe was originally a hit for R.Kelly. Great 7" Elephant Jamaica version pon this.
Comment by: Mr. Brown formulareggae.com Date: 2006-06-19 Comment: This riddim come out 2002 this was after the buzz riddim
Comment by: MikeyLittlesportsound Date: 2006-05-02 Comment: Vybz Kartel deh pon dis ya riddim but it never release It was Pussy Jaw was the song but it go pon Mad Ants Riddim
Comment by: MikeyLittlesportsound Date: 2006-05-02 Comment: Bigg upz to Beenie Man and Ms.Thing for this tune!!!!!!
i wanna dude who would do me in his van!!!!!!!!! blah blah blah!!!
Comment by: jamaicanPrincess876 Date: 2006-04-19 Comment: That beenie by now he is dancehall legend.
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Comment by: exeviour Date: 2006-03-06
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