Discussion in 'General Discussions' started by pum, Mar 16, 2016.
Aap Ke Baras remix
Depends on the mood and sitting of the party at the time of event. A slow start song will be best to get people settle in then pick up the rhythm by adding some fetting soca.. A party with no soca or chutney is not a party my friend...
Mr. Fete .. and Pump me up by Kevin Little
pump me up/wet me - krosfyah, rock it - merchant
Pump Me Up. For sho
always use pump me up - krosfyah
gimme soca, i love my soca. All old soca are best to start off then dancehall or indian
i would have to say in most occasions i would go with an old school soca, Golo, lotayla, feeling it, doh rock it so....along those lines
Pump Me Up
it all depends on the event but the safes way to go is old school soca
some old chutney music will get any party started.
babla and kanchan mix
Will get almost any crowd hyped
Warm up me soul
If it's a coolie ting then i would say old school soca or chutney.
I would think Kanchan if theres older people around, if not then any old soca
Pump Me Up - Krosfyah
Pump Me Up- Krosfyah
'Aaj Ki Party' - Mika Singh from the movie Bajrangi Bhaijaan
Old school calypso.. is always good to build from
babla and kanchan
Where's the party tonight