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Villèle Band - Rouv Le Zie flac album

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Performer: Villèle Band
Title: Rouv Le Zie
Style: Séga, Reggae
Category: Reggae / Folk, Country
Rating: 4.6 ✦
Other format: AIFF XM AA MIDI AUD FLAC ADX

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Rouv zot zié " un son extrait de la tape de Fenomeno - LE MAL PAR LE MAL. Seems a little quiet over here.

Line Up: Vocals :: Ry’m.

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 Rouv Le Zie
Lead Vocals – Nallaman Daniel
5:26
A2 Lambada Disco
Lead Vocals – Dorval Michel
3:53
A3 En Métropole
Lead Vocals – Dorval Michel
4:32
A4 Ko Ça L'Arrivé
Lead Vocals – Dorval Michel
3:58
A5 La Vérité
Lead Vocals – Nallaman Daniel
4:14
B1 Ti Bal Samedi Soir
Lead Vocals – Dorval Michel
4:17
B2 Arréte
Lead Vocals – Carlot Jean Michel
4:58
B3 Grand Mére
Lead Vocals – Nallaman Daniel
4:55
B4 Bidonville
Lead Vocals – Dorval Michel
5:57

Credits

  • Arranged By – Mardaye Jean Marie
  • Backing Vocals – Boristhen Betty
  • Bass – Mardaye Jean Marie
  • Composed By – Villéle Band
  • Design Concept – Atelier Du Crabe
  • Drums, Vocals – Carlot Jean Michel
  • Guitar, Rhythm Guitar – Monteville Herve
  • Guitar, Vocals – Nallaman Daniel
  • Keyboards – Puylaurent Georges
  • Percussion – Jean-Michel Saïdou
  • Recorded By – Sulliman Vally
  • Vocals – Dorval Michel