Cocoa Tea (feat Home T & Cutty Ranks).
Calvin George Scott (born 3 September 1959), better known as Cocoa Tea, is a Jamaican reggae/dancehall singer, songwriter, and DJ. Born in Rocky Point, Clarendon Parish, Jamaica, Cocoa Tea was popular in Jamaica in from 1985, but has become successful worldwide only since the 1990s
Cocoa Tea(born Calvin George Scott, September 3, 1959, Kingston, Jamaica) is a Jamaican reggae/dancehall singer, songwriter, and DJ. more . Year: 2008. The Web's Largest Resource for.
Cocoa Tea's vocals are top notch throughout and he doesn't seem to be showing any strain despite being at the top of his game for all these years, I could have seen him singing most of these songs a decade and a half ago easily. Overall, I've yet to hear much material from Tea that didn't meet my standard of aproval, Save Us Oh Jah is no different at all and may be without the big flare, but is one of Cocoa Tea's most consistently good albums to date. 3 people found this helpful.
With no success, he worked the next five years as a race horse jockey (he now owns a number of horses) and as a fisherman. He got back into music by working with various sound systems where many get their chops, and Cocoa Tea (named for his love of the hot beverage) began to gain notice for his work in the dancehalls
First things first: Cocoa Tea is not the official married name of Ice-T’s wife Coco. It’s a hot drink from the Caribbean island of St. Lucia and a complete 180 from that tired, sugar-filled cup of hot cocoa with the tiny, completely artificial marshmallows that you love so much. You can think of cocoa tea just like your morning cup of coffee, except instead of roasted coffee beans, it’s brewed with roasted cocoa nibs. Mind blown yet? The people of St. Lucia have been drinking cocoa tea for centuries thanks to a perfect growing environment for cacao trees
Chorus) Da cocoa tea is a poison to me, Ev'ry time I drink it, I don't know where I be. If you want to find me You gotta look for me, For she got muh head up-sided down Wid a cup o' da cocoa tea. I was once engaged to a lady, Her love was all for me No matter the distance she did live I was no trouble to me. But another girl she did love me An tek me away from she An' the only t'ing dat bring me back Was a cup o' da cocoa tea. (Chorus). And den I went to the doctor To find what de matter with me He had me well examined An' then he said to me, "Have you.
Band's Just Be Good to Me: Come & Go by 50 Cent feat. Dub Be Good to Me by Beats International (1990). Just Be Good to Me by Deborah Cox (1995). Just Be Good to Me by The Revenge feat. Danielle Moore (2009).
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