Beenie Man / The Shocking Vibes Crew - Nobody Knows mp3 album
Blessed is the fifth studio album by Jamaican musician Beenie Man, released in 1995. It is his first album to receive an international release. Blessed" (/Morgan) – 3:39. Slam" (Kelly) – 2:45. Freedom" (Roberts) – 4:00.
Complete your Beenie Man collection. Beenie Man, The Shocking Vibes Crew - Nobody Knows (12", Single).
Beenie Man. Produced by Andrew Thomas & Patrick Roberts. Big Up and Trust Lyrics Well done Hahaha It's well done Fi the ghetto girls dem once more. Every man want a gyal who big and who broad Who have dem owna house, satellite, and own the yard Every Tuesday night some boy hitch pon mi rawt Wha' happen to di gyal dem weh go a Stone Love? Who fat, round, and sexy, and nuh white like dove? So, wha' happen to di gyal dem weh dance a Gemini?
Beenie Man - World Dance. Honourable It's just dancing God knows You got to move on the riddim, heheheh Hear it go now. A one new dance weh Beenie find again A run the street, and the lane, and round the pen' World dance is the name an' the title Do by the dumb, the deaf, the blind, and the cripple And, I don't know why Black Wizard love it so And a limbo. It's like, voop So the bwoy slide down the gully Snagga Puss, the Shocking Vibes dread, him a do the 'Tatie' Tek in me little bredda named, So Lucky When him a world, him a world without pity Iyah!
The Shocking Vibes Crew - Arranger, Producer. Dave Kelly - Bass, Keyboards, Programming, Producer, Engineer. The Doctor is the tenth studio album by Jamaican deejay Beenie Man, released in 1999 by VP Records. The album features some of Beenie Man's most well known songs, such as "Bookshelf", "Tell Me", and "Battery Dolly" among others. While not as commercially successful a. mage: Bmdoctor.
London-based DJ crew The Heatwave bring the bashment sounds of carnival to the 6 Mix as part of 6 Music Celebrates 50 Years of Jamaican Independence. DMC. Beenie Man. Who Am I. 2 Hard Recordings. Nobody Can Cross The Leader.
Beenie Man continued performing and honed his craft beside the then dominant dancehall figures including Ninjaman, Admiral Bailey and Shabba Ranks. He found his artistic home at the Shocking Vibes studio where he continued to record singles with only moderate success in the early 1990s. His career gained momentum after a performance at the Reggae Sunsplash festival in 1992, and a rivalry with Bounty Killer began the following year after Beenie Man was accused of stealing Bounty Killer's style and catch phrases. 1000 Wife. Baby Mother. S & B.
|A||–Beenie Man||Nobody Knows|
|B||–The Shocking Vibes Crew||Version: Blackout|
- Mixed By – A. Thomas*
- Music By – A. Thomas*, S. Marsden*
- Producer – Patrick Roberts
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