"Meetha" | Tricia Hamilton

I don't know what to say about this song... you will have to be the judge. I could not understand the singer's vocalization and stopped trying after a listening to the tract two times. I will leave this one for you guys to critique. I am sure that there  is  someone out there who knows the song and could help me with this one.

The song had great rhythms but I can't come to terms with the vocals. If you think that I am off base then don't be shy leave a comment and I will attach it to the post. This is not about Tricia's singing ability but about my inability to comprehend her vocals.
Tricia Hamilton's Biography on last.fm can be sourced from this link: Tricia Hamilton/Biography.

Production Notes:
This song was arranged and produced by Kenny Phillips for KMPMUSICLABS in Palmiste, San Fernando Trinidad. Contact information is as follows: (868) 688-1820.

Please be advised that the music is presented here for your listening pleasure and for promotional purposes only ("Fair Use" Musical Content Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976). Lend me your ears... Enjoy!
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"Meetha" - Tricia Hamilton


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Anonymous said…
Verse 1
I want to, want to be your jilebi, boy/
I want to, want to be your gulab jamun/
I want to, want to be your barfi, boy/
I want to, want to be your tamarind ball

Verse 2
I want to, want to be your dulahin, boy/
I want to, want to do it under the bamboo/
I want to prove to you that I love you/
I want to show you that my love is true

Chorus is about wining (chamke is a Hindi verb in reference to moving your body/waist)

Bhoonje the laawa in the chorus refers to ritual of a Hindu wedding and in Trinidad, is normally accompanied by singing and dancing, especially of chutney music