Cheche Fanm Pa'w • T-Vice

ADDED BY ZOKLO (OCT 6, 2014 AT 11:15 PM) 6,810 VIEWS EDIT

Genre: Konpa
Album: Kite'm Viv
Year: 2006

[Verse 1]
M’fè sa map reflechi pwoblem ki ekziste le jazz lap jwe
Groove ap tombe medam yo mande anraje
Yo pa vle bouje devan’n ap kanpe
Mesye yo bezwen cheke, yo bezwen ploge
Medam yo pap deplase, yo ipnotize

Pa vinn akuse’m non
Pa konmense non
Mesye poze

[Verse 2]
Gen sa ki konn fache
Sitou lè tafia monte yo anjandre, yo deraye,
Yo bay fanm yo non pote, yo kòmanse pousse
Bal prêt pou kraze
Fè atansyon ti mal se gendwa fanm mwen’l ye
Gade non ti papa, cheche fanm pa’w

Mawozo yo, chillax tende

Pa vinn bay pwoblem (Pa vinn bay pwoblem)
Pa vinn rale zam (Pa vinn rale zam)
Pa vinn bay trouble (Pa vinn bay trouble)
Le yo di’w non, se non

[Chorus]
Chèche fanm pa’w wooo
Pa vinn cheke fanm pam
Si’w fe dezod nan bal la, y’ap mete’w deyo
(bis)

Mesye kap bay pwoblem, kap bay trouble, min montre’m yo
Kote yo min yo, kote yo min yo, kote yo min yo
Medam idantifye yo
Kote yo min yo, kote yo min yo, kote yo min yo
Lonje dwet lonje dwet sou yo
Medam idantifye yo
Kote yo min yo, kote yo min yo, kote yo min yo
Lonje dwet sou yo, medam montre’m yo

[Chorus]

Medam si n’andanje, rele sekurite, pou vagabond

Oooo fanm sa se pou Olivier
Oooo fanm sa se pou Gromosso
Oooo fanm sa se pou Ti lucien

Sa fè lontan mwen gen kessyon sa pou ou
Ou vinn nan bal jen bway min kote fanm ou
Menm si ti fanm sa kanpe ap gade’w
Sa pa vle di li pa akonpanye
Jen bway fok ou respekte sak pa pou ou
Pa mande Bondje ou tonbe sou’w neg ki jalou
Medam si mesye yo ap bann pwoblem
Rele sekurite, pou vagabond

Sa fè lontan mwen gen kessyon sa pou ou
Ou vinn nan bal jen bway min kote fanm ou
Menm si ti fanm sa kanpe ap gade’w
Sa pa vle di li pa akonpanye
Jen bway fok ou respekte sak pa pou ou
Pa mande Bondje ou tonbe sou’w neg ki jalou
All the fellas in the house if you ain’t getting no play
Let the ladies just jam to the Vice 2K

Oooo fanm sa se pou Jwi la vi
Oooo sa se pou Kamikaz
Oooo sa se pou Rodney Noel
Se pa fanm Ti pouchon

[Chorus]

Kote yo min yo, kote yo min yo
Medam idantifye yo
Kote yo min yo, kote yo min yo
Lonje dwet lonje dwet sou yo




BIOGRAPHY
  • Being sons of the legendary Robert Martino, Roberto and Reynaldo over 15 years ago embarked on a musical journey that has been a roller-coaster ever since! T-Vice is a Haitian Kompa musical band that formed in 1992. The group was formed by brothers Roberto Martino and Reynaldo Martino. Longtime friends James Cardozo and Gerald Kebreau were soon added making the quartet. In 2005 the band reinvented itself by adding Olivier Duret, Eddy Viau, Rivenson Louissaint and their newly added congas player Ricot Amazan. They are 8 now rocking the concert and bal stages all over the world! T-Vice is known for their catchy lyrics and energetic vibe, as well as the modern party scene they bring into the genre of Kompa.
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