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  1. Mazuk
    Sophia George A: Runnings Well Dread Winner All Stars B: Dub Runnings: Winner Jamaica: 7" 0: Sophia George A: Final Decision [no artist listed] B: Final Dub: Winner Jamaica: 7" 0: Sophia George A: Physique (Yard Mix) B: Physique (House Mix) Famous Jamaica: 7" 0: Sophia George A: Latest Slang (Dance Hall Mix) B: Latest Slang.
  2. Namuro
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Cassette release of Latest Slang on Discogs.
  3. Kazit
    1. Passa PassaIs a party/dance or to describe a fuss or fight.. 2. LyricsWords for a song or when a man is courting a woman.. 3. Sketell Bombused to describe a woman as a whore.. 4. UkubitTo describe a tight Vagina.. 5. Fluffy DivaIs a fat or over weight woman.. 6. Gaza Mi SehUsed to align one self to the Portmore Empire which is headed by Vybz Kartel.
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  5. Mezisar
    Sep 19,  · Popular Jamaican dancehall slang Posted on September 19, “Gyalis „ English Translation: Player Definition Slang term for a male who is skilled at seducing women, normally by tricking them into thinking they are the love his life, when in reality, only sexual favours are desired from these women. He manages relationships with multiple.
  6. Tobei
    Sep 02,  · Provided to YouTube by Trojan Records Dance With You · Sophia George Girlie Girlie - The Best of Sophia George ℗ Trojan Recordings Ltd., a BMG Company Performance: Sophia George .
  7. Duzuru
    SOPHIA GEORGE Vinyl Records and CDs ReggaePop singer, born 21 February , in Kingston, Jamaica. She is best known for her hit "Girlie Girlie", which reached number one in Jamaica, topping the RJR chart for 11 weeks, and was also a Top hit in the UK.
  8. Fenrirg
    Browse Dancehall Patois words and view their definitions, pronunciations, and alternative spellings on easstudyltelcumsder.siosigichiptitelviportnetectithink.infoinfo
  9. Faerr
    Dancehall music is different from reggae. Dancehall is exactly what is says - for dancing, mainly in a club (hall). Dancehall is more of DJ-ing concept, with artistes spinning songs on a certain rhythm, (for example, the Diwali rhythm). Dancehall can be often derogatory, but is generally just a lot of fun.

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