Meet Me • NUZ

ADDED BY ZOKLO (MAR 11, 2014 AT 12:30 AM) 13,588 VIEWS EDIT

Genre: Konpa
Year: 2012

[Verse1]
Aswè a mwen pap negosye, (NUZ la'k pral frape)
Pa conn pou ou, mè fò'm ale, (Gotta be at the party)
Si'w pa sou sa, pa vinn bare'm, (Haters sou kote)
Kote'm rive plezi gaye, (soooooo…)

[Chorus]
Ladies, meet me at the party!
We're about to get it started.
What you drinking that Bacardi?
I got that Remy if you want it

[Verse2]
Bel fan kampe tout cote, (yo gentan rive)
Ti mesye yo ap veye, (se tcheke yap tcheke)
Tout moun net, ap siveye, (si djaz la ko rantre)
Poko gen aktivite, (DJ a ap kenbe)

Mr. DJ di mwen sak passe? (MOUN YO MANDE KOMPA!)
Mr. DJ di mwen saw tande? (MOUN YO MANDE KOMPA!)
Se consa li ye, chak kote'n passe
Rendez-vous sa pa bliye'l

[Chorus]
Ladies, meet me at the party!
We're about to get it started.
What you drinking, that Bacardi?
I got that Remy if you want it

Ladies, meet me at the party! (Heyyyyy!)
We're about to get it started (Let's get it started)
What you drinking, that Bacardi? (Bottles up, Bottles Up)
I got that Remy if you want it

ADMIRAL T

[Verse3]
Depi djaz sa parèt, pa gen chita gade
Se vre, Se vre, pa gen chita gade
Depi djaz sa parèt, tout moun leve danse
Se vre, Se vre, tout moun kanpe sou pye

Moun yo mande pou vokal, nou bayo vokal
Moun yo mande pou keyboard, nou bayo keyboard
Moun yo mande pou guitar, (mare yo ak kod)
Djaz sa pral fè gwo dezod, (NOU PRAL FE DEZOD…WOY!)

ADMIRAL T

Depi djaz sa parèt, pa gen chita gade
Se vre, Se vre, pa gen chita gade
Depi djaz sa parèt, tout moun leve danse
Se vre, Se vre, tout moun kanpe sou pye

Moun yo mande pou vokal, nou bayo vokal
Moun yo mande pou keyboard, nou bayo keyboard
Moun yo mande pou guitar, marre yo ak kod
Djaz sa pral fè gwo dezod, (NOU PRAL FE DEZOD…WOY!)

ADMIRAL T




BIOGRAPHY
  • NUZ is a musical band born out of a group of friend's love of music. NUZ's music is a blend of New Generation Kompa and R&B with a hint of Soul. In addition to their unique music style, they also sing effortlessly in English, French, and Creole. The group is well known and loved in their native city of Boston, but they are by no means a local band. They have shared the stage with well-known bands such as T-Vice, Carimi, Djakout Mizik, and more.
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