B2 is the instrumental version of "Ah Business", which is a relick of the classic "General" riddim. There is no date written on the labels, but the original Jamaican pressed 45s got released between 1997 & 1998, that's why this 12" most likely got released by VP Records at the same time.
Cocoa Tea - No Push Over (03:17, 320Kb/s). Cocoa Tea - Declaration Of Rights (03:48, 320Kb/s). Cocoa Tea - Wicked Man (04:00, 320Kb/s). Cocoa Tea - Stand Up Straight (03:43, 320Kb/s). Cocoa Tea - Mus Get A Blye (03:46, 320Kb/s). On this page you can listen to the album, get information about the album, see the list of songs and much more. Listen online and stay in a good mood. Org Album: Music Is Our Business (2019).
Слушайте и скачивайте cocoa tea на Хотплеере в mp. Cocoa Tea - Sweeter Acoustic 04:01. Cocoa Tea - No Faith 03:59. Cocoa Tea - Tune In 03:28. Cocoa Tea - Medley 5 03:36. Cocoa Tea - Cooling Out 04:01. Cocoa Tea - Crying Time 03:36. Cocoa Tea - Bust Outta Hell 03:49. Cocoa Tea - Sweeter 03:20. Cocoa Tea - No Wanted Man 03:59. Cocoa Tea - Yard Away Home 03:52. Cocoa Tea - Like a Love Song 04:14. Cocoa Tea - A Love Like Yours and Mine 04:50. Cocoa Tea - Mad House 04:41. Cocoa Tea - Keep It Real (Dirty Skank Beats Remix) 05:15. Cocoa Tea - Rikers Island 03:28.
Dem Flex 11/20 – Cocoa Tea – Mus Get A Blye 12/20 – Cocoa Tea – Stand Up Straight 13/20 – Cocoa Tea – Wicked Man 14/20 – Cocoa Tea – Declaration Of Rights 15/20 – Cocoa Tea – No Push Over 16/20 – Cocoa Tea – Waiting In Vain 17/20 – Cocoa Tea – I’m Not A King 18/20 – Cocoa Tea – Come On Home 19/20 – Cocoa. Tea – Hurry Over 20/20 – Cocoa Tea – Big City Soul Medley (Another Saturday Night, Under The Broadwalk, Up On The Roof). Please support the artiste & purchase below. To have your projects featured on DancehallWorld.
There are those who compare Cocoa Tea to Marvin Gaye, and that's actually pretty apt. With his warm, smooth voice and his easy way of switching from suave, loverman lyrics to urgent social protest and spiritual testimony, Cocoa Tea may be the closest thing reggae music has had to Marvin Gaye. These qualities are apparent on this album, which compiles singles recorded under the supervision of legendary dancehall producer Philip "Fatis" Burrell for his Xterminator label. The material is almost uniformly fine
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Calvin George Scott (born 3 September 1959), better known as Cocoa Tea, is a Jamaican reggae/dancehall singer, songwriter, and DJ. Born in Rocky Point, Clarendon Parish, Jamaica, Cocoa Tea was popular in Jamaica in from 1985, but has become successful worldwide only since the 1990s
COCO TEA is one of Reggae's most talented and versatile artistes. His smooth, easy-going vocal presentation (pre-recorded or live) have become his trademark, earning him wide international acclaim; with songs like "Lost MY Sonia," "Tune In" and "Rocking Dolly," becoming world anthems in Reggae land. The disappointment was keenly felt by Calvin, and so he took the music business off his mind for a while. In 1985 COCO accepted the Rastafarian faith. The conversion was reflected in his music, with songs like "Settle Down,'' "Don't Be Shy," Too Much Fussing And Fighting" and "I've Gotta Love You," "86 Flood," "Highest Mountain," "Tune In," "Crying Time," "Must Unite" and "Come Again," which he recorded for King Jammy's, on his fourth album titled "Settle Down" (the others being "Mr. COCO TEA and "Come Again").