If you actually understood what they were saying in Patois and Creole, you would be just rolling on the floor. They use very clever lyrics 🙂
This is WCK of Dominica. Dominica and St Lucia are independent sister islands. They speak their own version of Creole, French and Patois.
St Lucians speak slightly more ‘proper’ than Dominicans.
And please do not confuse The Dominican Republic/Santo Domingo with their Latin Bachata music and DOMINICA, the island.
I got some HOT Dominicanas getting down to Bachata for J’ouvert St Maarten, that video is coming up.
WCK HAS to be in St Maarten for carnival and j’ouvert, unless they want some very upset revelers.
When I post Bouyan music it’s usually XPLOSION…
There’s a difference between Xplosion and Asa Banton Bouyan and WCK.
Xplosion is FUSION, they are Creole’s and St Maarteners and their music is beautiful.
I LOVE ASA BANTON…. Please Youtube him, but he collaborates a lot.
Like he did the “Task Force” music…. based on his own experiences with the local police.
ASA BANTON is LOVED and welcomed in St Maarten.
Asa also collaborated with The Red Eye Crew for “Ouvee”
So Asa is also known for straight Bouyan, but also he is very versatile, so he does collabs.
Another GREAT WCK BOUYAN???
Something else too…
I’m TIRED of people actually showing up to criticize the videos. I cut the videos EXACTLY to what the singers and bands are saying.
Just because you don’t understand what they’re saying doesn’t give you the right to be a critic to something that you DON’T understand.
If you don’t understand, ask a local.
If you people actually knew what they were actually singing in their lyrics and music, then you would understand exactly how CONSERVATIVE I am with the videos.
And there’s a lot of videos that I can’t post, especially for J’ouvert, because sometimes when people drink too much rum, they do outrageous things.
Also I’ve actually spoken to the POLICE about this…
You CANNOT act this way on any day, the police will arrest you.
There are only a FEW days in the year when you’re allowed to be as outrageous as possible.
Because Sint Maarten and Saint Martin have their own carnivals, we get to do it TWICE a year 🙂
Then in AUGUST St Maarten SHUTS DOWN, because we’ve all taken the boat to Anguilla for their J’ouvert!
Good luck dealing with civil servants in St Maarten the first Monday in August, because everyone’s ‘sick’…