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Best Song To Start A Party?

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    The Best Song To Start A Party?
     

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    In General all DJ's would start out with some oldies Soca when it comes time to open the dance floor.
     

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    Chutney, LootaLall
     

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    Charly Black - Party Animal... super effective lol
     

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    I agree with him Old soca does always open it up and does so softly gets the people vibing then you can play the hot chutney, soca anthems etc
     

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    baby got back
     
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    depends on the occasion ? is it a birthday ? --> birthday song ?
    is it a wedding ? --> wedding song ?
    is it a soccer celebration --> queen - we are the champions
    etc.
     

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    2Famous Nache Nache!
     

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    Pump Me Up (old soca)
     

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    Pump Me Up - Krosfyah, cant count how times this has been the opening tune for parties
     
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    half of the parties. receptions i go to start with a rupee song cant go wrong with old soca
     

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    agreed, pump me up by krosfyah
     

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    well it all depends on the function right?
     

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    Passion - militant nothing is better than this to start

    Or Body in control - krosfyah
     
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    hot and groovy-militant
     

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    foundation-beenie man
     

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    Atlantik - All Aboard
     

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    Depends on the crowd... Any coolie house party will surly get going with Babla and Kanchan - Nada Baba
     

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    lotilal - sonny mann
     

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    I agree totally with starting off with a Krosfyah song like Sweatin (she Body In Control), Pump me Up or even Wet Me all sang by Krosfyah. I think also alot of music from the 90's had "Soul"...thanks to bands like Krosfyah, Square One, Atlantik, Coalishun, Traffic, Xtatic etc. As far as i'm concerned, the 90's had the best music of all time for both soca and reggae....as far as a decade of hits were concerned.
     
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